Audrey Trujillo was born and raised in the great state of New Mexico, living in District 23 for over 15 years. Audrey’s family values of service and creating safe communities for future generations led her to spend seventeen years raising her three children as an active community advocate and homemaker.
From volunteering in the Corrales public schools to testifying in front of the city council, Audrey used her experience and education in justice administration to bring a voice to tough issues in the community, and educate future generations on being positive role models in society.
After watching the current representative for District 23 disrespect local sheriffs and deceive constituents about his unconstitutional "red flag" bill, Audrey decided to run for the New Mexico House of Representatives and return power back to the people of District 23.
Audrey earned a B.A. in criminology, a B.A. in Spanish and Portuguese, and an M.A. in public administration with an emphasis on justice administration from the University of New Mexico.
As District 23’s representative, Audrey promises to always put the people and their rights above all else.