Regardless of how that investigation pans out, the question remains: Should the former SoS, who has no film background, be in charge of the museum in the first place? According to both Bill Richardson and Vigil-Giron, her lack of experience doesn't matter:
When asked whether Vigil-Giron has a background in film, Richardson said: "This is a promotion job, this is a job where you are out promoting films and the museum. It's not a recruitment job, it's not a job that deals with issues relating to bringing films to the state, it's mainly a job that's a strong public relations job and she's good at that."
Vigil-Giron said she's a great administrator and that's what the job is about.
"It's a no-brainer," she said. "Being the director of a museum isn't about anything but being an administrator."- from the Albuquerque Tribune
I would disagree with that statement instinctively, but what do I know? Should someone else be running the film museum? You tell me.