Jennifer Alexander is the assistant director of Keene Community Education and is working toward her Ed.D. at Plymouth State, specializing in learning, leadership, and community.
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Mark retired in 2008 from a career as an international tax lawyer that included stints at the office of international tax policy at the US Department of Treasury, and at General Electric.
Jessica Eakin is the media specialist at Hanover High School and the former director of Youth-in-Action, a nonprofit that connects Hanover High School students with volunteer opportunities.
Michele is a senior consultant with Triad, where she applies her 25 years of experience to helping professionals cultivate their leadership capabilities and develop masterful communication skills.
Duncan founded CLiF in 1998. He has given hundreds of literacy presentations to children and parents throughout New Hampshire and Vermont. His vision and leadership have helped CLiF mature into an organization that inspires thousands of low-income, at-risk, and rural children and the communities in which they live with top-notch literacy programs, brand-new books, and support.
Deb is an AP English teacher at Lebanon High School in Lebanon, NH, where she has taught English, American Studies, and American History for the past 20 years. She is a longtime volunteer for and cyclist in The Prouty, which raises funds for cancer research and patient services at Dartmouth-Hitchcock's Norris Cotton Cancer Center, and in the Pan-Mass Challenge (PMC).
Laura is the Development Director at WISE, a non-profit organization based in Lebanon, NH whose mission is to lead the Upper Valley in ending gender-based violence through survivor-centered advocacy, prevention, education, and mobilization for social change.
Katie Robbins is a child and family clinical psychologist in the Upper Valley of NH/VT specializing in social-emotional-behavioral difficulties, parent-child relationships, school psychology, and health psychology.
Rick Roesch retired from Citigroup in 1999 after 35 years in its international operations, including postings in Japan, Taiwan, Thailand and New York.
After 26 years at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth where he taught real estate and entrepreneurship in the social sector, John Vogel retired in 2018.