Nancy Abell, MSW
Clinical Outreach and Client Services Advisor
Revathi A-Davidson, MA, MPH
Equity and Inclusion Advisor
Compassion & Choices National Partner Advisor
Elizabeth Armijo is a long-time health promotion advocate and community organizer in New Mexico. Her career and life passion have been rooted in promoting access to quality health care, women’s empowerment and racial justice. Elizabeth has worked in different capacities with Compassion & Choices since 2012. She started with growing a grassroots base of supporters in New Mexico and leading two legislative campaign initiatives. Her responsibilities were then expanded across multiple states, across the western region, and now nationally. She is a former member of the Albuquerque Public School’s Board of Education, is the past president of the New Mexico Heart Hospital Foundation board, and currently serves on the board of the NAACP, Albuquerque.
Tom Crow is the President of Crow Financial in Albuquerque, a Registered Investment Advisor with the state of New Mexico. Tom has been managing investments since June of 2000, and is now responsible for the investment positions in all Crow Financial client portfolios, as well as writing monthly market commentaries and periodic securities memorandums. He is actively involved in his community, serving on a private school board, a foundation committee, singing in his church choir, and playing piano/keyboard in a praise band. Tom began his service with EOLONM in 2022, providing pro bono financial advice and helping to responsively manage its’ assets for long-term sustainability.
Libby Hopkins, RN
Kevin Malone, JD
Kevin is a partner with the law firm of Epstein, Becker, and Green, a specialty health law firm that mostly represents health care entities and has offices both nationally and internationally. Kevin draws on more than a decade of experience in health care financing policy and law, with expertise in issues of mental health, substance abuse, Medicare-Medicaid, and working with Managed Care organizations and healthcare systems on legal and strategic matters. Currently living in the Washington D.C. area, Kevin is a native New Mexican with family in Albuquerque. In providing pro bono legal counsel to EOLONM, he hopes to give back to his home state and make a difference for New Mexicans seeking support at the end of life..
Rob Schwartz, JD
Health Law & Policy Advisor
Rob Schwartz has taught law at the University of New Mexico since 1976. His areas of expertise include health care policy, the Affordable Care Act, health care law and bioethics. Rob is a pioneer in the field of Health Law and is an author of “Health Law: Cases, Materials and Problems,” the leading Health Law textbook in the country. Most recently, Rob’s research and writings have focused on the areas of end-of-life care, death and dying, managed care and the application of civil liberties principles to the health care enterprise. Since 1995, Rob has helped draft legislation and has served as a consistent source for expert legal testimony in support of medical aid in dying legislation before the New Mexico Legislature.