Concord has been rated one of the safest and best places to live, not only in New Hampshire, but in the country.
CONCORD, NH (August 2021) – The Leadership Greater Concord Steering Committee is pleased to announce applicants selected for Leadership Greater Concord Class of 2022. Celebrating its 30th year, Leadership Greater Concord is a ten-month program sponsored by the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce designed to foster civic awareness and prepare emerging leaders for future community involvement. Many of the program’s 600 alumni serve on local town boards, nonprofit boards or a municipal committee.
Applicants selected for the class of 2022 include:
Stefanie Breton, City of Concord, NH; Raymond Burstein, Edward Jones Investments; John Chisholm, Concord Fire Department / City of Concord, NH; Jeffrey Christensen, Cleveland, Waters and Bass, PA; Lori Ford, Northeast Delta Dental; Felicia Gennetti, Havenwood Heritage Heights; Emily McMaster, Granite State Ambassadors; Eva Johnson, Merrimack County Department of Corrections; Rob Kleiner, Northeast Delta Dental; Wendy Lapham, Dartmouth Health; Neiko Lavery, Northeast Delta Dental; Sandra May, Concord Makerspace; Jamie Morgan, Riverbend Community Mental Health, Inc.; Michael O'Meara, ConcordTV - Your Community Media Center; Rachel Perri, Merrimack County Savings Bank; Karen Punska, Dartmouth Health; Jayne Rayno, Bangor Savings Bank; Daniel Rich, Preti, Flaherty, Beliveau & Pachios, PLLP; Scott Rupp, Riverbend Community Mental Health, Inc.; Charles Rushimisha, Hope Fountains Care; Felicia Saucier, Movement Mortgage; Amanda Savage, North Branch Construction; Cory Schofield, NHTI - Concord's Community College; Mallory Vincent, Mason + Rich, PA; Todd Watson, Franklin Savings Bank; Charles Wroblewski, Concord Police Department / City of Concord, NH.
The program begins with a retreat in September and will continue with a series of nine day-long sessions focusing on particular aspects of civic life in Concord, including history and culture, livable communities, education, communications and the media, government and politics, criminal justice and health and human services. To learn more about this immersive program, visit concordnhchamber.com/leadership.
LGC Class of 2021's Livable Communities and Smart Growth session day featured a mock City Council meeting, where classmates discussed current issues while acting out roles of city government.
The Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to developing economic opportunities, a strong business climate and enhanced quality of life in its communities throughout the region.