Our community brings together tens of thousands of citizens from across the political spectrum united by a shared commitment to increase their civic engagement by becoming better informed, exchanging opinions, and connecting with elected officials.
Susan DeRoy, Executive Director
Greg Harville, Deputy Executive Director
Christine Altan, Outreach Coordinator
Jacquelyn Benson, Content Editor
Anna Brown, Director of Research & Analysis
Mike Dunbar, Content Coordinator
Rebecca Ebare, Administrative Assistant
Susan Geier, Director of Marketing & Communications
Ellen Nunes, Director of Technology
Cathie Plante, Marketing Assistant
Jessica Rabasco, Executive Assistant
While we value the contributions of every member of our community, our Founding Members were here from the start, helping to shape the mission, goals, and structure of our organization. They come from all regions of the state and from across the political spectrum. See a full list.
These individuals have reached the pinnacle of citizen engagement through service to their New Hampshire neighbors, communities and fellow citizens both within the state and beyond. The Board of Directors chooses to recognize and celebrate these individuals as Honorary Members. Meet them.
Board of Directors
The Board of Directors, composed of members in good standing, oversees our organization. Its members are elected to three-year terms by the At-Large Members, who are drawn from the regular membership. The Board is responsible for managing financial and administrative affairs, and together with our community, for establishing the means and methods for achieving our objectives. The Board elects officers and appoints committees to help carry out its responsibilities.
|Anna Grace Holloway, Chair||Rye|
|Paul M. Montrone, Treasurer||Hampton Falls and Wolfeboro|
|Pam LaFlamme||North Country|
|H. Andrew Crews||Manchester|
Anna Grace Holloway, Chair
Anna Grace Holloway, a graduate of Temple University and University of New Hampshire, has been active as a philanthropist, board member, and volunteer for many NH nonprofit organizations. In 1988 she created the Holloway Prize, a business competition at UNH, to reward the entrepreneurial spirit. She also developed Little Harbor Charitable Foundation that has raised and distributed over $1.5 million dollars to programs supporting children and youth in the NH Seacoast Area.
Paul M. Montrone, Treasurer
Paul Montrone, a graduate of the University of Scranton and Columbia Business School, is the former CEO of Fisher Scientific International Inc. Prior to leading Fisher, Mr. Montrone was the Chairman and CEO of Wheelabrator Technologies Inc. He began his career in the U.S. Army after being in the ROTC. He currently sits on the boards of the New England Conservatory, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Columbia University Graduate School of Business, the Foundation of the National Institutes of Health and is President Emeritus of The Metropolitan Opera.