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Michael Zbrozek

 Michael Zbrozek
Full Stack Web Developer
New Mexico Bureau of Geology & Mineral Resources
New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology
801 Leroy Place
Socorro NM 87801-4796
(575) 835-6333 fax

I am a Full Stack Developer at the New Mexico Bureau of Geology, dedicated to enhancing the functionality and usability of the Bureau's website and intranet tools. I am committed to enhancing public-facing data features and showcasing the Bureau's research efforts.

With a Geology degree from Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado in 2011. My professional journey began in mineral exploration for an epithermal gold project in Sonora, Mexico and later transitioned to become a wellsite geologist in the Permian and San Juan basins, gaining valuable field experience, before transitioning into environmental geology in 2014 where I supported discharge permits for Tyrone Mine, conducted training for drinking water system operators, and contributed to various groundwater monitoring and remediation initiatives in New Mexico, Texas and California.

By leveraging my technical skills and geological expertise, I aim to highlight the Bureau's contributions to the field and make geological information more accessible to the public.


I am based in Albuquerque, where I enjoy gardening with my wife under the Sandia Mountains. My hobbies include ultra-distance running, cycling, and advocating for pedestrian infrastructure. I am passionate about plant-based cooking and actively contribute to community initiatives. As a founding co-organizer of the Albuquerque Google Developers Group, I am dedicated to fostering career growth, learning opportunities, and mentorship for computer programming professionals and researchers in our community.