Globosocks, LLC President Greg Webb on KRST 92.3

On January 15, 2013, Globosocks, LLC President Greg Webb was a guest on the Albuquerque KRST (92.3) morning radio show to discuss how Globosocks works to revolutionize the way schools, non-profits, and social causes raise funds…

770am Interview – October 20, 2009

Commission Executive Director Greg Webb was a guest on the 770-KKOB radio show to discuss the work of the Commission, the Entertainment Industry Foundation’s I-Participate initiative, AmeriCorps and volunteerism in New Mexico.

PBS special for Make a Difference Day

Making A Difference New Mexico
Friday, October 23, 2009
7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

KNME-TV, Albuquerque
KENW-TV, Portales
KRWG-TV, Las Cruces

New Mexico’s Public Television stations have collaborated for an unprecedented project to showcase the efforts of volunteers throughout our state.

The program features field reports focusing on the work of organizations throughout the state, including:

  • Rocky Mountain Youth Corps, Taos
  • Eastern New Mexico Food Bank, Portales
  • Court Youth Center AmeriCorps Program, Dona Ana County
  • United Way of Central New Mexico, Greater Albuquerque Area

The program also features conversations with members of the New Mexico Commission for Community Volunteerism, including:

  • Commission Chair, Lieutenant Governor Diane D. Denish
  • Executive Director, Greg Webb
  • Commission member, Mike Nuanes

New Mexico’s Public Television Stations remind our state that public broadcasting also relies on the support of volunteers as well as financial donations. Without these efforts, New Mexico would lose this exceptional service. Thank you for your continued support.

This program was made possible by the generous contributions of the New Mexico Forum for Youth in Community and the Albuquerque Community Foundation.

Eye on New Mexico December 19, 2010

On Sunday, December 19, 2010, Commission Executive Director Greg Webb, along with several AmeriCorps and VISTA volunteers will appear on KOB-TV Channel 4’s “Eye on New Mexico.”

TV shows will spotlight NM volunteers

ALBUQUERQUE (October 14, 2009) — The New Mexico Commission for Community Volunteerism will take center-stage this month on television in the run-up to Make a Difference Day. The Commission, chaired by Lieutenant Governor Diane Denish, administers the AmeriCorps program and other volunteer service efforts in the state.

“Even in these challenging economic times, nearly one-third of New Mexicans volunteer and work with their neighbors to make New Mexico a better place. New Mexicans statewide and from every age group are giving back to their communities. I appreciate the contributions of these volunteers and the Commission for Community Volunteerism for helping New Mexicans learn how they can contribute their time to making their communities a better place.”

On Sunday, Oct. 18, Commission Executive Director Greg Webb, along with several AmeriCorps and VISTA volunteers will appear on KOB-TV Channel 4’s “Eye on New Mexico.” The show airs at 8:00 am Sunday.

At the end of the week, on Oct. 23, public broadcasting stations around the state will air a 60-minute special featuring Denish, Commissioner Mike Nuanes and others talk about the work of the Commission in every corner of New Mexico. The show airs from 7:00-8:00 pm.

Webb, the Commission’s Executive Director, said he was particularly happy that the state’s AmeriCorps inauguration ceremony will coincide with the increased visibility. The launch event for new members takes place in Las Cruces on Oct. 22 and 23.

“These folks are heroes,” Webb said. “We have recent research showing that volunteer hours in New Mexico equate to more than $1 billion annually in labor hours, and these are contributions that go to every corner of our state, rural as well as urban, to make lives better. Volunteers deserve every bit of applause we can give them.”

New Mexico has more than 500 AmeriCorps volunteers and was the first state in the country to have a Blueprint for Community Engagement in 2006 — a coordinated plan to increase volunteerism — a model that has been influential nationally in the service sector.

“I’m tremendously proud of the Commission’s work,” Denish said. “We’re demonstrating how states can build organizations to tap into this amazing natural resource of generosity and leverage the dollars we receive into real impact.”

Capping off events will be Make a Difference Day on Oct. 24, with projects throughout the state. Projects can be found at

New Mexico in Focus – October 23, 2009

Lawmakers face the daunting task of making up a more than 650 million dollar budget shortfall. This week on New Mexico in Focus, we’ll take you inside the negotiations at this week’s special session, with insight and analysis of any of the final decisions from the Roundhouse. Plus, honoring our state’s spirit of giving. Volunteer efforts in New Mexico add up to about a billion hours a year, and that’s just the reported volunteer efforts. But, what drives people to give back to the community? And, how can we get more people involved? Find out, in a special broadcast brought to you by all three New Mexico PBS stations. “Making a Difference New Mexico” features volunteer programs from all across the state, plus interviews with Lt. Governor Diane Denish and Greg Webb, Executive Director of the New Mexico Commission for Community Volunteerism.

Guest Host
Chris Schueler, Independent Filmmaker/Host

Diane Denish, (D) Lt. Governor
Greg Webb, Executive Director, New Mexico Commission for Community Volunteerism
Joe Monahan, Blogger,
Dr. Timothy Krebs, UNM Political Science Professor

2007 & 2008 Interviews

Invited Guest Panelist (2008, September). September 11th Service Nation Gathering in NYC and the Presidential Summit on Service [Eye on New Mexico, Television series, episode 11]. Albuquerque, NM.

Invited Guest Panelist (2007, September). Service in New Mexico [New Mexico In Focus, Television series, episode 11]. Albuquerque, NM.