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The Nonprofit Insider is your source for what's happening at nonprofits in New Hampshire. See who got funding, who is winning awards and learn about board and staff changes. If you have news you'd like to share related to funding awards, organizational or individual awards, board and staff changes, collaboration or expanded or new services please send it to us at info@nhnonprofits.org. Announcements of upcoming events should be submitted to the community calendar.

 

President and CEO Named to Crotched Mountain Foundation

Michael W. Coughlin has been named as President and Chief Executive Officer of the Crotched Mountain Foundation.
Posted on: February 16, 2016
Topics: Staff Changes | Something New

Head of Symphony NH leaving to work with BSO

The man who helped reinvigorate and expand Symphony New Hampshire will be saying farewell to the organization next month. “This has been my life for 11 years, and I have put everything I have into making this an organization that is highly valued in the region,” said Eric Valliere, Symphony New Hampshire’s executive director.
Posted on: February 1, 2016
Topics: Staff Changes

Kate Baker Named to Head Children’s Scholarship Fund’s New Hampshire Office

Granite State businesses have an exciting role to play in improving educational opportunities for New Hampshire’s children in 2016. The Children’s Scholarship Fund (CSF) recently announced it has hired Kate Baker to head its New Hampshire operations, and Kathy Lauer Rago to serve as Program Manager, effective January 1st. Upon receiving all necessary state approvals, CSF will administer Education Tax Credit scholarships formerly managed by the Network for Educational Opportunity (NEO).
Posted on: January 14, 2016
Topics: Staff Changes | Funding Awards | Something New

Co-Founder of SEE Science Center Set to Retire

Douglas Heuser didn’t expect to stay more than three decades running the SEE Science Center after he and inventor Dean Kamen co-founded it in the mid-1980s.
Posted on: January 12, 2016
Topics: Staff Changes

Littleton Area Chamber of Commerce Announces New Executive Director

The Board of Directors of The Littleton Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that Mollie White has agreed to join us as our new Executive Director.
Posted on: December 22, 2015
Topics: Staff Changes | Something New

Former Ski NH Exec. Alice Pearce Named Executive Director of NH Made

Alice Pearce of North Woodstock has been named by the NH MADE board of trustees as the organization’s new executive director.
Posted on: December 21, 2015
Topics: Staff Changes | Something New

Change at the Top of NH Women’s Foundation

After a year at the helm of the NH Women’s Foundation, Terie Norelli, the former speaker of the NH House, has announced plans to step down from the job at the end of the year.
Posted on: December 7, 2015
Topics: Staff Changes | Something New

New Year, New CEO!

January will be a little brighter at the Center as Kathleen Reardon joins our team as CEO, allowing Interim CEO Mike Ostrowski to dive back into retirement.
Posted on: December 4, 2015
Topics: Staff Changes

NH Association for the Blind Hires David Morgan to be New CEO

The Board of Directors of the New Hampshire Association for the Blind, the only statewide organization dedicated to the advancement of the independence of persons who are blind or visually impaired, is pleased to announce that David S. Morgan will be our new President and Chief Executive Officer, effective at the end of November.
Posted on: December 2, 2015
Topics: Staff Changes | Something New

Breathe New Hampshire Welcomes New PR & Communications Director

Breathe New Hampshire, the only nonprofit public health agency in New Hampshire dedicated solely to lung health, has hired Mary Ellen Hettinger, APR, of Merrimack as Director of Public Relations and Communications.
Posted on: December 1, 2015
Topics: Staff Changes

Community Bridges Names Richard Royse as Executive Director, Succeeding Roy Gerstenberger

Community Bridges, a leading non-profit organization committed to advancing the integration, growth and interdependence of people with disabilities within their home communities, today named Richard Royse as its new executive director effective November 2, 2015. Previously executive director of Northern California InAlliance, Royse comes to Community Bridges with three decades of leadership experience in organizations serving people affected by disabilities.
Posted on: October 28, 2015
Topics: Staff Changes | Something New

HNH Foundation Names Gail Garceau of Bedford, NH as New President

Gail M. Garceau of Bedford, NH has been named the new President of the HNH Foundation.
Posted on: October 16, 2015
Topics: Staff Changes

Currier Museum of Art's CEO Announces June Retirement

Susan Strickler, director and CEO of the Currier Museum of Art, has announced she is retiring in June.
Posted on: October 6, 2015
Topics: Staff Changes

Endowment for Health Names Sue Fulton as Chief Financial Officer

Sue Fulton has been appointed Chief Financial Officer at the Endowment for Health, New Hampshire’s largest health foundation. Fulton, who has been with the foundation since its inception, has served the organization in progressively responsible positions.
Posted on: October 6, 2015
Topics: Staff Changes | Something New

Donald Shumway, Crotched Mountain CEO, To Retire

Another longtime New Hampshire advocate for people with disabilities is retiring. The Crotched Mountain Foundation announced Friday CEO and President Donald Shumway would step down early next year. In a statement, he said "After decades of focusing on all families, it is long overdue that I focus on being present in the lives of those I love."
Posted on: September 28, 2015
Topics: Staff Changes | Something New

Dr. Yvonne Goldsberry Appointed Endowment for Health President

The Endowment for Health Board of Directors voted unanimously to appoint Yvonne Goldsberry, PhD, MPH, MSUP, as the foundation’s next president, effective September 15.
Posted on: August 21, 2015
Topics: Staff Changes | Something New

Library Director Appointed at the New Hampahire Historical Society

Bill Dunlap, president of the New Hampshire Historical Society, is pleased to announce that Sarah Galligan, a member of the Society's staff since October 2013, has been promoted to the position of library director.
Posted on: June 30, 2015
Topics: Staff Changes | Something New

NH Center for Nonprofits Continues CEO Search, Hires Experienced Interim CEO

The NH Center for Nonprofits has hired Mike Ostrowski, recently retired President & CEO of Child and Family Services of NH and former Center board member, to serve as Interim CEO while the board continues its search for a permanent replacement. Ostrowski succeeds Mary Ellen Jackson, who served as the Center's Executive Director for the past decade.
Posted on: June 1, 2015
Topics: Staff Changes

Marjorie Droppa, PhD, Named Full Time Project Director for Impact Monadnock Early Childhood Development Initiative

The Board of Directors of Impact Monadnock has named Marjorie Droppa, PhD, the Project Director for a new Collective Impact initiative focusing on early childhood development in the Monadnock Region. 
Posted on: May 27, 2015
Topics: Staff Changes | Something New

Seasoned Leader Announces Retirement

The President and CEO of the New Hampshire Association for the Blind, George Theriault, has announced his plans to retire at the end of 2015.  The work of the Association has been a passion of Mr. Theriault’s for nearly 35 years.  Beginning as the agency’s first Director of Development, Mr. Theriault was responsible for many successful annual and capital campaigns that helped ensure the ongoing success of the Association. In 1996 the Board of Directors appointed Mr. Theriault to the role of President and CEO.  Throughout his tenure Mr. Theriault has worked tirelessly to advance the mission of the New Hampshire Association for the Blind.
Posted on: May 12, 2015
Topics: Staff Changes

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