Mr. Steven Anaya has an extensive history of public service at the local, state and federal levels. He is currently retired and served as the chief executive officer of the 6,000 member New Mexico Association of REALTORS® (NMAR) where he oversaw public policy and business issues for the New Mexico real estate industry. Previously, Mr. Anaya served as director of Fannie Mae’s New Mexico Partnership Office where he worked with mortgage industry partners in the investing of $6 billion to provide affordable housing opportunities to more than 66,000 New Mexico families. At the federal level, Mr. Anaya served as the state director of the U.S. Department of Agriculture Office of Rural Development where he managed a $300 million portfolio. He directed programs for business and utilities and helped thousands of families obtain affordable housing in rural New Mexico. Mr. Anaya also holds elected office, serving as a member of his hometown Moriarty City Council. Honors include being named one of the top ten “Albuquerqueans to Watch” while serving as director of the New Mexico State Fair and one of the state’s new “Power Brokers” by New Mexico Business Weekly in 2011. Mr. Anaya holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from New Mexico State University.