Daniel A. Ivey-Soto, JD, PRP, CP-T, is the Clerk of the American College of Parliamentary Lawyers. He also serves as District Six Director and member of the board of directors of the National Association of Parliamentarians. He also serves as Vice President of the American Institute of Parliamentarians. Daniel is a past president of the New Mexico State Association of Parliamentarians. He served as a member of the Bylaws Revision Committee of the National Association of Parliamentarians, charged with re-designing the structure of the largest organization of parliamentarians in the world.
When not serving as a parliamentarian, Senator Ivey-Soto represents the near-Northeast Heights of Albuquerque in the New Mexico State Senate. He is also Executive Director for New Mexico’s County Clerks and provides legal services to charter schools. Daniel is a past Director of the Bureau of Elections for the State of New Mexico and has practiced law in such areas as human resources, family matters, criminal law and appeals. He has served as an adjunct professor in Business Law at the Anderson Schools of Management at the University of New Mexico, as well as at the School of Business at the New Mexico Highlands University, teaching both under graduate and graduate courses.
In 2014, Daniel and his wife Sheri celebrated the birth of their first daughter, Olivia.