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Meet the Board - Theresa Bailey


Theresa Bailey serves as the President of the Aztec Chamber of Commerce. She is a high-spirited woman who loves people, has a huge passion for hospitality and loves Aztec.

With more than 20 years in the hospitality and tourism industry, she joined the Lodgers Tax Board (ALTB) in 2015 and currently serves as the Chairman of that City of Aztec Board. Additionally, Ms. Bailey is a member of the City of Aztec's Economic Development Advisory Board, Aztec Trails and Open Spaces Committee. Most recently, Ms. Bailey has become a member of the Koogler Middle School PTA joining to help make a difference in the growing bullying epidemic.

"I love the Chamber because I am dedicated to protecting and promoting local businesses and their owners. I want to help business' network and grow together, to create an even more amazing place to live, and work."

Along with her role as General Manager of the Wyndham Microtel Inn & Suites, she is a mother of four awesome kids! "My daughters Angelene Nicole, Emily Erin, and son Greyson Kiedis, live with me in Aztec. Angelene graduated this month from AHS and will attend San Juan College this fall. Greyson and Emily will both be attending Koogler Middle School. Both are active in sports and leadership. My oldest daughter lives in Thomaston, Maine."

Ms. Bailey moved from San Diego, California to Durango, Colorado in 1983 with her parents and two other siblings. "Through the years growing up in Durango, tourism and involvement in the local community became my passion," she said. In Durango, she worked for the Durango Visitors Center, Chamber of Commerce, and several other local tourist industry-based companies. She gradually worked her way to Aztec where you can find her at the Microtel Inn & Suites.

"If you are passionate about Aztec, local businesses, or have a passion to volunteer, please come see me at the Microtel Inn & Suites or visit the Chamber's new location inside the HUB on Wednesdays."


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