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CVTC Welcomes New Staff

Community Volunteer Transportation Company (CVTC) has hired Renee Sangermano of Jaffrey to serve as Advancement Assistant. Her responsibilities include building up the volunteer driver base in the 34 towns served by CVTC in the Monadnock Region, with a particular focus on those towns most in need of representation. She will also coordinate marketing and communication activities to CVTC’s volunteers, community partners, donors, and friends.

Sangermano previously worked to improve public health and wellness through the management of recreational programs and facilities as the Director of Parks and Recreation for the town of Jaffrey, NH. Sangermano says, “I am very excited to be working with the team at CVTC. The volunteer driver program fills a vital need for transportation in our region to ensure our most vulnerable residents have access to essential services. The impact isn’t just with the riders either, CVTC volunteer drivers have the most uplifting stories to tell about their own experiences giving rides.

The gift of giving doesn’t just serve the recipient.” Asked how her time in the parks and recreation field will benefit her in this new position, Sangermano responded, “My heart is in serving others and I look forward to utilizing the marketing and relationship building skills I honed during my parks and recreation days to expand regional awareness of CVTC’s mission and impact. CVTC is truly a neighbor helping neighbor, local organization and I am thrilled to be part of it.”

CVTC Executive Director Ellen Avery says "Renee is the perfect candidate for this position. She is a graduate of Leadership NH in 2020-2021, and Leadership Monadnock 2018. These experiences provide her with a working knowledge and professional connections throughout the region and the state. Her parks and recreation experience in Rindge and Jaffrey will only strengthen CVTC’s relationships with our service towns. We are so fortunate!” Funding for this position is provided by the Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) Healthcare Access Workgroup Implementation Funds through the Center for Population Health at Cheshire Medical Center.

 

About Community Volunteer Transportation Company

CVTC provides “no fee” transportation. Rides to non-emergency medical and social service appointments, grocery shopping and other basic needs are provided by Volunteer Drivers. CVTC provides accessible rides for people whose mobility is dependent on a wheelchair. Call 1-877-428-2882 for more information.

Posted on: July 26, 2021
Topics: Staff Changes | Something New

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