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NH Humane Society welcomes Brooke Pearsall as development director

Laconia - The NH Humane Society is pleased to welcome Brooke Pearsall to the organization as director of development. Brooke joins the NH Humane Society with extensive experience in non-profit management, fundraising and relationship-building within the region.

“We are thrilled to announce the addition of Brooke Pearsall to our team,” said Tony Matos, president of the NH Humane Society Board of Directors. “We are confident that Brooke’s background and passion for the well-being of animals will align seamlessly with the needs and vision of our organization and look forward to introducing her to our community.”

Brooke brings nearly two decades of experience in advancement and development to the position. Prior to joining the NH Humane Society, she served as the director of advancement at Sant Bani School in Sanbornton for 11 years, as the director of annual giving at New Hampton School in New Hampton, and she worked for the Lakes Region Conservation Trust in Meredith and League of NH Craftsmen in Concord earlier in her career. She is passionate about non-profit management and animal welfare, and is thrilled to join the NH Hampshire Humane Society’s efforts. 

Brooke earned her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Human Relations from Connecticut College and her MBA from the University of New Hampshire’s Whittemore School of Business and Economics. She lives in Sanbornton with her husband, two children, three adopted dogs and two adopted cats.  

To learn more about the NH Humane Society in Laconia, please visit nhhumane.org

About the NH Humane Society

Founded in 1900, the NH Humane Society (NHHS) is dedicated to finding responsible and caring forever homes and providing shelter for lost, abandoned and unwanted animals. The organization advocates for animals and speaks for those who cannot speak for themselves. The NHHS implements educational programs and provides services to promote responsible pet ownership and the human-animal bond. And finally, the NHHS works tirelessly to prevent cruelty to animals. Located in Laconia, the NHHS has the fourth highest adoption rate in New England.

Posted on: May 3, 2019
Topics: Staff Changes | Something New

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