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Gina M. Euell President/Owner

Gina M. Euell has over 35 years of experience in the trade show and graphics industry. Exhibit Solutions of New Mexico, Inc. was founded in April of 1999. Exhibit Solutions is a Native American, woman-owned small business offering portable trade show displays, exhibits, visual marketing products, in-house large format graphic printing and design.


In November 1999, Gina was awarded the Executive Director’s “Advocate of the Year” Award and in November 2000 awarded the “Volunteer of the Year” from the Rio Grande Minority Purchasing Council. Gina was named one of New Mexico’s Top 100 Power Brokers in 2000 from the New Mexico Business Weekly. Exhibit Solutions was awarded the Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce “Outstanding Business of the Year” award in 2005. Gina Euell received the “2006 American Indian Entrepreneurial Leadership Award" from the American Indian Business Association (AIBA). Exhibit Solutions has been listed as one of the Top Small Diversity Businesses in New Mexico from and Top Women-Owned Businesses, Top Native American-Owned Businesses and Fast Trackers Award (Small Business) from the NM Business Weekly. In 2008, she was honored with the Minority Business Development Association's Regional Director's Award. She was awarded the 2009 "Women at Work" award for being one of New Mexico's top women-owned businesses. The Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce recognized Exhibit Solutions of NM as one of the ten companies for the 2009 Innovate Albuquerque Award and the 2009 Corporate Citizenship Award, Small Business Category. In July 2010, Exhibit Solutions of New Mexico was recognized as one of the “Small Business Heavyweights” by the New Mexico Business Weekly. In February 2012, Gina was an Honoree as a “Woman of Influence,” small company category from the New Mexico Business Weekly. Gina was honored as one of the “2012 Women on the Move” awards from the YWCA. Exhibit Solutions of NM was listed as “The New Mexico Private 100 Companies" by the Albuquerque Journal Business Outlook, August 2012, comprised of the largest privately held companies in New Mexico. In March 2012, she was named as New Mexico's "Small Business Person of the Year" by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). Interise (Boston, MA) awarded Gina Euell with the “Local Leader” (New Mexico) for exceptional local community impact on October 4, 2012.


Gina is committed to “giving back” to the community by volunteering her time and resources, offering in-kind services, sponsoring events, serving on various committees and boards. She served on the "Go Red for Women” Executive Leadership Team (3 year term, 2011) for the American Heart Association as well as a "Circle of Red” supporting member. Gina served as a board member for the Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce from July 2001 to 2005 and July 2006 to 2009, served as Vice Chair for the Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce Small Business and Entrepreneurism Division and the GACC Executive Committee for the Board f Directors from July 2006 to June 2007. She served on the Advisory Board for the Small Business Development Center. Recently, she served as a longtime board of director and Chairwoman (2018) for the American Indian Chamber of Commerce of New Mexico and has served on the Central New Mexico Community College (CNM) Foundation Board of Directors. Gina currently serves on the Lovelace Women’s Hospital Governing Board.