Board

Kelsea Hale

Chair

Kelsea Hale earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting with a minor in Business Economics from Sacred Heart University’s John F.

Gary Lavoie

Vice Chair

Gary is a successful executive level operations professional, specializing in corporate culture and strategic planning.  He has managed departments responsible for the administration of workers’...

Elin Treanor

Treasurer

Elin is an executive leader for Easterseals New Hampshire, a highly regarded non-profit organization with a mission of providing services to people with disabilities and special needs, and a long-...

Mark McCue

Secretary

Mark McCue is a partner in the regional law firm of Hinckley Allen, and serves as chair of its Health Group and a member of its Executive Committee.

Myron Kurtiak

Myron has over 25 years of experience as a Human Resources Professional.  He served his country in the US Army and has worked for both the federal and state government, as well as several for-...

Johane Telgener

Johane Telgener is the Director of the Center for Health Promotion with Concord Hospital. She has worked for Concord Hospital for 17 years in the wellness field. She received her Masters in...

The Honorable Tina Nadeau

Tina L. Nadeau, Chief Justice of the New Hampshire Superior Court, was appointed as an Associate Justice to the New Hampshire Superior Court in 1996.  Justice Nadeau received a bachelor’s degree...

Eric Adams

Eric Adams is a police officer with the City of Laconia.  Eric started his career in Law Enforcement in 2000.  Eric worked as a Corrections Officer with the NH State Prison in Concord and in 2004...

Ashley Hurteau

Ashley Hurteau is a RAPS Specialist for Granite Pathways! She is a person in long term recovery from Substance Use Disorder, who chooses to recover out loud!

Jim Doremus

Jim Doremus is the Chief Executive Officer for the Concord Family YMCA.  He holds a BS and an MS from New England College.

Borja Alvarez de Toledo

Borja Alvarez de Toledo, M.Ed., President and CEO of Child and Family Services of New Hampshire since December 2013, started working in Intensive Home Based programs 24 years ago.