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Spaulding Youth Center Welcomes Marcus Weeks to Board of Directors

Spaulding Youth Center is thrilled to announce Marcus Weeks has joined its board of directors.

Mr. Weeks is Senior Vice President and Senior Retail Banking Officer for Meredith Village Savings Bank, where he is responsible for strategic leadership over the bank’s retail banking and business development departments.
When he learned of the opportunity to join Spaulding’s board of directors, Mr. Weeks jumped at the chance. As an active community member for many years, he has been familiar with the organization’s remarkable reputation for helping children and families. A visit to Spaulding’s scenic campus sealed the deal and he committed to support the mission to support exceptional children and families toward a successful future. Mr. Weeks enjoyed observing staff members work with students and witnessed firsthand the patience, understanding and professionalism they brought to each interaction. 
“We are honored to welcome Marcus Weeks to our board of directors,” said Susan C. Ryan, President & CEO of Spaulding Youth Center. “Mr. Weeks has extensive experience in board governance and strategic planning, which will offer significant value to an already strong board of directors.”
Michael Ventura, Board Chair of Spaulding Youth Center, added, “We believe his professional background and dedication to serving his community will make a fantastic addition to our diverse board.”
In his spare time, Mr. Weeks enjoys spending time with his wife and son and growing his family’s newfound passion for the theater. 
The Spaulding Youth Center board of directors is comprised of volunteers from the human services, corporate, investment, and philanthropic sectors of our state. To learn more about the Spaulding Youth Center board of directors, visit 
About Spaulding Youth Center
Spaulding Youth Center is a leading provider of services for children and youth with neurological, emotional, behavioral, learning and/or developmental challenges, including Autism Spectrum Disorder and those who have experienced significant trauma, abuse or neglect. Services include academic, residential, clinical, community based, foster care, and family support. Established in 1871 and known as Spaulding Youth Center since 1958, our scenic hilltop campus is located on nearly 500 acres in Northfield, NH and welcomes boys and girls from ages 4 to 21 from around the state of New Hampshire and beyond. Spaulding Youth Center is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit. For information about Spaulding Youth Center, visit
Posted on: August 11, 2020
Topics: board | Board Announcements | Something New

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