NTA is a non-profit association dedicated to serving professionals who consult with business owners and C-suite executives.
Our members contribute to a diverse, globally competitive economy by continuously fostering expansion of their professional expertise and capabilities in their communities by providing educational opportunities and developing collaborative relationships between their fellow Trusted Advisors.
Our goals include:
Local networks currently operate in Colorado and New Mexico. As member-directed organizations, affiliates of the umbrella organization manage their own programming and meeting activities. The NTA Advisory Board, made up of members from all state chapters, ensures that essential structures, values, and principles permeate the entire network of Trusted Advisors and that NTA is responsive to the ever-changing world of business.
Invitations to meetings are extended personally by members in conjunction with individual chapter membership criteria as well as unifying characteristics embraced by every chapter of NTA.
Let's Talk Business New Mexico host Ryan Thorpe reviews the 2019 Annual Conference and gives his key takeaways.
An attorney in private practice focusing on helping nice clients, large or small, deal with their disagreeable challenges.
I work with small to medium sized organizations both for profit and non profit to manage and navigate the financial/accounting arena for sustaining operations, growth as well as turn around situations.
We are employee benefit advisors who love small business and are committed to serving our clients by delivering a world class benefit program to their team members year after year.
I started my business to help your business not just stay in business, but reach its goals and even thrive so that you can provide jobs to those who need them and want them, and not have to lay off good employees.
I support owners of small and mid size businesses to succeed by helping them run better, grow faster, and make more money so communities will prosper.