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CONCORD, NH (July 2018) – The Leadership Greater Concord Steering Committee, led by incoming chair, Gary Miller, Unitil, is pleased to announce the selection of the Leadership Greater Concord Class of 2019. Celebrating its 27th 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 528 alumni serve on local town boards, nonprofit boards or a municipal committee.
Applicants selected for the class of 2019 include: Kimberly Carter, NH Mutual Bancorp; Rose M. Culver, BHG The Masiello Group; Michael DeCristofaro, New Hampshire Charitable Foundation; Saverio DiSaverio, Merrimack County Department of Corrections; Sarah Dorner, UNH Carsey School of Public Policy; Bryan Fontaine, Lincoln Financial Group; Dan Hall, The H.L. Turner Group, Inc.; Erika Janik, NH Public Radio; Brad Kulacz, Merrimack County Savings Bank; Bryanna Marceau, Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce; Ricardo Mason, State of NH – DHHS; Bradford W. Melson, Orr & Reno, P.A.; Barrett Moulton, Concord Police Department; Elizabeth Mulleavey, Sugar River Bank; Melissa Pomeroy, St. Mary’s Bank; Jared Reynolds, UNH Cooperative Extension; Carol Ritchie, Merrimack County Savings Bank; Polly Saltmarsh, NH Federal Credit Union; Heather Shank, City of Concord; Alexandra Sosnowski, Northeast Delta Dental; Sarah Ward, New Futures and Karen Wolivar, Merrimack County Department of Corrections.
The program begins with an overnight 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, economic development, education, communications and the media, government and politics, criminal justice, health and human services and spirituality. For information about Leadership Greater Concord, please contact Valerie Blake at (603) 224-2508.
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.