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CVTC Announces 2018 Board of Directors

At the November Board Meeting for the Community Volunteer Transportation Company, the following were elected as officers: Eileen Fernandes of Keene as Chair; Kathryn Miner of Harrisville as Vice Chair; Jordan Volikas of Keene as Treasurer; and Matt Waitkins of Peterborough as Secretary. Other members of the Board are Sheila Mahon of Hancock and Jen Seher of Keene. 

Fernandes serves as Director of Operations at The Center for Population Health Strategy and Practice at Cheshire Medical Center, a Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health Affiliate. Miner owns her own business, Kathryn Miner Financial. Volikas is staff accountant at Monadnock Community Hospital; and Waitkins is a Transportation Planner at Nashua Regional Planning Commission. Mahon is Project Director for the Monadnock Center for Successful Transitions and Project Search at Monadnock Developmental Services, and Seher is the Program Director for two Service Link Resource Centers – Monadnock and Sullivan.

CVTC said good-bye to two long-time board members, Sam Lafortune of Rindge and Pamela Gleeson of Sharon. Incoming Board Chair Eileen Fernandes stated “Both Sam and Pamela have served on the Board since CVTC began. They have contributed to CVTC’s growth from 13 to 33 towns covering all of the Monadnock region. As Chair, Sam brought CVTC through the reorganization with the American Red Cross. Pamela was instrumental in the development of TripList, CVTC’s on-line trip management program. We are grateful for their service.” 

CVTC creates, coordinates and delivers transportation solutions for the Monadnock region. Founded in 2008 and based in Peterborough, CVTC serves all 33 towns in the Monadnock. The Volunteer Driver Program provides rides for citizens that have no other transportation options to medical and social service appointments, to the pharmacy and grocery shopping. Rides are provided by Volunteer drivers, at no charge.  Drivers sign up for trips based on their availability and may choose to be reimbursed at $.41/mile.

CVTC is a not-for-profit organization that is supported with funding from Monadnock United Way, Federal Transportation Administration through the NH Department of Transportation, NH Charitable Foundation, municipalities, foundations, businesses and individual donations. For more information call toll-free 1-877-428-2882 and visit the website at www.cvtc-nh.org.

Posted on: November 27, 2017
Topics: Board Announcements | Something New

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