WCA of New Mexico Annual Conference

The Worker’s Compensation Association of New Mexico (WCA of NM) is excited to announce its prestigious annual conference. As the premier event for workers’ compensation professionals in New Mexico, this gathering provides an unparalleled opportunity to showcase your business, connect with industry leaders, and contribute to a worthy cause.

Date and Time: 2025  TBD

Location: 2025 TBD

Registration Details
  • Member Registration Fee: $400 (includes all conference events)
  • Non-Member Registration Fee: $450 (includes all conference events)
  • Late Fee: $75 (applied to late registrations)
  • Corporate Pass: $600 (Allows one attendee at a time; No CEU credits)

To register or inquire about your membership status, please contact Courtney Barela at cbarela@ccmsi.com or mail your registration form to:
WCA of NM, 2900 Wellesley Dr. NE, Albuquerque, NM 87107.

Support the Toby Wright Scholarship Fund
The WCA of NM, now a 501(c)(3) organization through the WCA of NM Foundation, dedicates all proceeds from the conference to the G.C. “Toby” Wright Scholarship fund. This scholarship aids children whose parents have suffered catastrophic or fatal work-related injuries. Contributions to the Foundation are now tax-deductible, enhancing our mission to support these families.
Advertising Opportunities

Promote your business in the conference program:

  • Full Page: $600.00 – 8 ½ x 11
  • Half Page: $400.00 – 8 ½ x 5 ½
  • Quarter Page: $350.00 – 4 ¼ x 5 ½

Ads must be submitted electronically in Word, PDF, JPEG, or TIF format. Placement within the program cannot be guaranteed, with premium spaces available at additional costs.

Exhibitors and Sponsors
Join us as an exhibitor or sponsor to engage with decision-makers in the workers’ compensation community directly. Your involvement will elevate your visibility and support the Toby Wright Memorial Scholarship Fund.

By participating in the WCA of New Mexico Annual Conference, you’re contributing to a brighter future for children impacted by work-related family tragedies while positioning yourself at the heart of New Mexico’s workers’ compensation industry.