The Panel

Determining the appropriate composition for the El Paso Delphi panel and selecting candidates for the panel are among the more critical elements in achieving a successful outcome to the Delphi Process. The panel must consist of knowledgeable people with background or experience related to the topic, geographic area, or policy trends related to the target question.

The El Paso Delphi Process will use a panel of 70 to 80 community leaders who are familiar with the growth and development issues impacting the region.

The following is a list of the groups of community leaders with expertise in various areas of community growth that are participating in the El Paso Delphi Process:

  • Area Agency on Aging
  • Border Trade Alliance
  • Border Plex Alliance
  • Dona Ana County
  • El Paso County Parks & Rec
  • El Paso County Planning
  • Hunt Companies, Inc.
  • Santa Teresa
  • TRE & Associates
  • Southwest Land Development
  • Canutillo ISD
  • Clint ISD
  • El Paso ISD
  • NMSU
  • TTI
  • UTEP
  • UTEP-HUNT
  • IBWC
  • City of Anthony
  • City of Clint
  • City of El Paso
  • City of El Paso Bridges
  • City of El Paso Fire Department
  • City of Socorro Planning
  • El Paso Airport
  • El Paso Economic Develop
  • Horizon City
  • Town of Horizon City
  • NM Border Authority
  • RMA
  • Medical Center of Americas
  • Las Palmas Del Sol Medical Center
  • Texas Tech Health Science Center
  • Fideicomiso Puentes Front
  • IMIP
  • El Paso MPO
  • Mesilla Valley MPO
  • New Mexico DOT
  • Sun Metro Planning
  • UTEP
  • Tiwas
  • TXDOT- El Paso District
  • El Paso Water Utilities
  • City of Antony
  • Town of Anthony, TX
  • City of Sunland Park
  • Village of Vinton
  • Representative District 1
  • Representative District 4
  • Representative District 7
  • District 8 Chief of Staff
  • Commissioner Pct. 2
  • Fort Bliss
  • University Medical Center
  • Fort Bliss

Post-Kickoff Meeting Iterative Process Steps:

Step One. First web-based session

  • Participants will be asked to allocate growth across large subareas using a control total.

Step Two. Compilation of results

  • Following each web-based session, the results of the input from the community leaders will be compiled and analyzed.
  • A map reflecting the results will be produced and placed on the website for use in the next iteration of the process.
  • Community leaders will consider the results of the entire group, and then provide additional input.

Step Three. Additional web-based sessions

  • During each iteration of the web-based sessions, participants will be able to view the history of their own responses compared to the statistically determined group response from the previous round.
  • In the web-based iterative sessions, the participants will re-allocate growth to the subareas based on results from the previous Delphi session.
  • Participants will also be asked to rank growth factors for each subarea again.

Step Four. Consensus and final results

  • After all web-based iterations of the process have been completed, final results will be compiled that will indicate the consensus of the community experts who participated in the Delphi Process.
  • Results will be posted on the website.