These are the people who are our Rock
It starts with our volunteers, real heros in the story of The Rock at NoonDay. They are people like you, who have been blessed with much (or not so much) and know they need to share their good fortune. Our daily mission would be impossible without you.
Our Board of Directors and many of our staff are volunteers, who see their job as a mission and vice-versa. They put their souls into creating an environment where the saddest possible stories can have, if not always a happy ending, at least a peaceful middle.
These are the people behind The Rock. Get to know them.
Dr. Allen Miner, DC. , Board Chair, is a graduate of New Mexico State University with a Bachelor of Administration degree in finance. He is also a graduate from Parker College in Dallas with a Bachelor of Science degree in anatomy and a Doctorate degree in chiropractics. Dr. Miner founded Health Quest Chiropractic in 2003. He and his wife Wendy are devoted to their three young children and also to philanthropy. As members of the United Way Alexis De Tocqueville society, they are able to leverage their donations to numerous local causes here in New Mexico. Allen is an Albuquerque Community Foundation Future Fund member, Alexis De Tocqueville Society member, Younglife SW Region board member, and Copper Pointe Church member. He currently serves as Chairman of the Board.
Ruthie Horn Robbins is a native of Albuquerque and she attended college and law school at UNM. She practiced law at Atkinson and Kelsey, P.A., and has served as a mediator. She has served on numerous boards and is president and founder of Mandy’s Special Farm, a home for women with autism in Albuquerque’s south valley.
David N. Robbins, MD, is a native of Albuquerque. After graduating from Dartmouth College and completing medical school at UC-Davis, he returned to New Mexico to begin practicing medicine. He practiced urology at Lovelace Medical Center for 21 years before moving to the VA Hospital in 2007.
Eric Weinstein was born and raised in Albuquerque. He attended New Mexico State University and received his MBA from Denver University. Eric joined Aon, the world’s largest insurance brokerage firm as a financial analyst in 2000, and now manages its Health Benefits practice for the state of New Mexico. In 2011, he was recognized by New Mexico Business Weekly as one of its “40 under forty” honorees.