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Board President

Andrew Burr

Andrew Burr is the current Board President of Horses For Healing. He has been married for 29 years to Kami Burr. and has two children named Alek, 20 and Baylor, 15.


Andrew has been involved with multiple family business and spent many years on various ranching operations in New Mexico and Texas. 


He managed and successfully operated a 300-head cow calf operation in North Central Texas from 1982-1983, at the age of 17.  He was also a New Mexico delegate to serve and travel to Zimbabwe, Africa for the preservation of the Black Rhino Conservancy.  In his spare time, Andrew ropes, skis, fishes and love the outdoors.

Andrew graduated in 1985 from from Texas Christian University in AA Ranch Management and has a BS Animal Science Business and Nutrition/Reproduction from NMSU


He currently is the CFO of New Mexican Kennels, Inc.  and is the President of the Village Mercantile Store, LLC. 


Andrew has served on several other boards including the Corrales Equestrian Advisory Commission, New Mexico Governors' Trail Commission and National Cattle Growers Association.


Board Member

Debbie Manzanares

Deborah is a current member of the Colorado Army National Guard and works for Hewlett Packard full time. She has held numerous positions in the military and currently serves as the Command Sergeant Major for the 3-157th Field Artillery Regiment in Colorado Springs, CO.


Her day job is as an eCommerce Operations Manager for HP and she has been with them for nearly 22 years. She has served on a few local and international boards focusing on human trafficking and human rights. She is a Youth Program Group Leader for the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors. This program helps military survivors navigate through loss and grief.


Her passions are volunteering, traveling, reading, and being outside in nature. She loves yoga and kayaking.   In the last 5 years she has developed a great love for horses.


Board Member

Dr. Donna Kwilosz

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