NH Center for Nonprofits Announces Graduates of Hoffman-Haas Fellowship
Twenty new graduates completed the Hoffman-Haas Fellowship, a nonprofit board leadership program of the NH Center for Nonprofits. Each of the graduating Hoffman-Haas Fellows received mentoring from experienced board members and attended workshops with nationally recognized experts on topics of fiscal strategy, sustainability, fundraising, and governance.
The Fellowship responds to the critical need for an expanded and diverse pool of community leaders who are ready to bring their talent, passion and commitment to volunteer board service. Since the 2014 program launch, 342 Fellows and Mentors from across the state have participated in the program. The 2023 cohort was generously sponsored by the Cambridge Trust Charitable Foundation, with additional support from McLane Middleton and Merrimack County Savings Bank. Named in honor of two NH philanthropists known for their dedication to the vibrancy of our state and the well-being of families, the Hoffman-Haas Fellowship honors John E. Hoffman Jr. of Sullivan and Thomas W. Haas of Durham.
For more information about the Hoffman-Haas Fellowship, visit www.nhnonprofits.org/hoffmanhaas.
The graduating Fellows of the 2023 cohort are: