Alan Webber

Alan M. Webber (born September 18, 1948) is an American entrepreneur, author and politician serving as the 43rd and current Mayor of Santa Fe since 2018.wikipedia
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Fast Company

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Webber is also known for founding the technology business magazine, Fast Company in 1995.
Fast Company was launched in November 1995 by Alan Webber and Bill Taylor, two former Harvard Business Review editors, and publisher Mortimer Zuckerman.

Javier Gonzales

Webber succeeded Javier Gonzales in a landslide victory.
Gonzales was succeeded by American entrepreneur Alan Webber on March 12, 2018 as the 43rd Mayor of Santa Fe.

2014 New Mexico gubernatorial election

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Previous to his assumption of the mayoralty, he ran unsuccessfully for Governor of New Mexico as a member of the Democratic Party during the 2014 primary elections.
Alan Webber, businessman

List of Mayors of Santa Fe, New Mexico

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Alan M. Webber (born September 18, 1948) is an American entrepreneur, author and politician serving as the 43rd and current Mayor of Santa Fe since 2018.
Alan Webber, American entrepreneur and founder of Fast Company, is serving as the 43rd mayor of Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Social liberalism

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Considered a progressive Democrat, he supports social liberalism.

Governor of New Mexico

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Previous to his assumption of the mayoralty, he ran unsuccessfully for Governor of New Mexico as a member of the Democratic Party during the 2014 primary elections.

Democratic Party (United States)

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Previous to his assumption of the mayoralty, he ran unsuccessfully for Governor of New Mexico as a member of the Democratic Party during the 2014 primary elections.

Clayton, Missouri

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Webber started school at DeMun School in Clayton, Missouri, and later attended St. Louis Country Day School in St. Louis.

Portland, Oregon

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After graduating from Amherst, Webber moved to Portland, Oregon where he worked at a start-up political journal, The Oregon Times.

Neil Goldschmidt

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Subsequently, he served in the office of then-Portland City Council member Neil Goldschmidt and continued as his administrative assistant and policy advisor when he became Mayor of Portland in 1972.

Willamette Week

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Beginning in 1978, Webber served as editorial page editor of the alternative Oregon weekly newspaper, Willamette Week, where he received an Oregon State Newspaper Publisher’s Association Award for news and feature writing.

Washington, D.C.

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In 1980, Webber and his family moved to Washington, DC, when Goldschmidt was named Secretary of Transportation in the Carter administration.

Presidency of Jimmy Carter

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In 1980, Webber and his family moved to Washington, DC, when Goldschmidt was named Secretary of Transportation in the Carter administration.

United States Secretary of Transportation

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While working as Special Assistant to the Secretary of Transportation, Webber worked on the Chrysler Corporation bailout, the crisis in the U.S. auto industry, and overall national economic competitiveness issues.

Chrysler

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While working as Special Assistant to the Secretary of Transportation, Webber worked on the Chrysler Corporation bailout, the crisis in the U.S. auto industry, and overall national economic competitiveness issues.

Michael Dukakis

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Webber worked as a speechwriter and policy advisor for several governors, including Massachusetts Governor (and later Democratic Presidential candidate) Michael Dukakis.

Boston Architectural College

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Webber received an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from the Boston Architectural College.

New Mexico

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In 2003, they moved to New Mexico.

Bill Taylor (businessman)

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William C. "Bill" Taylor is co-founder and editor of Fast Company Magazine, with Alan Webber.

2014 New Mexico elections

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Four Democrats ran for their party's nomination: Attorney General of New Mexico Gary King, State Senator Linda M. Lopez, State Senator Howie Morales, former State Executive Director of the Farm Service Agency Lawrence Rael and businessman Alan Webber.