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Spaulding Academy & Family Services Expands Leadership Team

Northfield – Spaulding Academy & Family Services has named Meaghan Emmons, MBA, its Chief Financial Officer (CFO).

Emmons, of Goffstown, joins the organization after 19 years with Granite Group Benefits and Alera Group. Her most recent role was Senior Vice President of Finance.

“Meaghan brings a wealth of experience managing the financial requirements and business operations of a successful organization,” said Todd Emmons, CEO & President, Spaulding Academy & Family Services. “We look forward to leveraging her expertise to maximize opportunities for our nonprofit organization as we expand our work supporting children and families.”

For the past decade, she has volunteered with UpReach Therapeutic Riding Center, working with students and staff during mounted and unmounted therapy programs. She has also served as a planning and event execution volunteer with the New England Parkinson’s Ride since 2016.

“It’s wonderful to be part of a nonprofit organization and to have the opportunity to make a positive difference in the lives of children,” Meaghan Emmons said. “I’m also excited that UpReach has brought some of its programming to campus and hope to deepen my connection with both organizations through my new position.”

She holds an MBA from Southern New Hampshire University and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Saint Anselm College.

For more information about Spaulding Academy & Family Services, visit


About Spaulding Academy & Family Services
Spaulding Academy & Family Services is a leading provider of educational, residential, therapeutic and community-based programs and services for families, and children and youth with neurological, emotional, behavioral, learning or developmental challenges, including Autism Spectrum Disorder and those who have experienced significant trauma, abuse or neglect. Established in 1871, Spaulding Academy & Family Services is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit that was formerly known as Spaulding Youth Center since 1958. Its scenic hilltop campus is located on over 500 acres in Northfield, NH and welcomes boys and girls from ages 4 to 21 from around the state of New Hampshire and beyond. In addition to programs provided on the Northfield campus, Spaulding Academy & Family Services’ community-based programs include foster family licensing, Individual Service Option (ISO) foster care, ISO in-home services, child health support services, and more for children ages 0 to 20 and their family. For information about Spaulding Academy & Family Services, visit

Posted on: June 27, 2022
Topics: Staff Changes | Something New

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