Joint board appointed following Families in Transition – New Horizons-New Horizons merger

Manchester Ink Link
January 2018

Board members, left to right: (Back row) Dr. Peter Kachavos; Jack Olson; Scott Ellison; Wayne McCormick; Frank Saglio, Assistant Treasurer; Colleen Cone, At Large; David Cassidy, Co-Chair; and Bob Bartley, Treasurer; (Front row) Brian Hansen; Heather Whitfield; Annmarie French; Sarah Jacobs; Charla Stevens, Vice Chair; Alison Hutcheson; Kristi Scarpone, Secretary; Kitten Sterns; Helen Davies; and Roy Tilsley, At Large. Missing from the photo: Mary Ann Aldrich; Dick Anagnost, Co-Chair; Tony Matos; Brian Mikol; Ryan Mulholland; Peter Telge; and Police Chief Nick Willard. Courtesy Photo.

MANCHESTER, NH — Two of Manchester’s largest homeless services providers officially merged into one entity on January 1, 2018. Families in Transition – New Horizons-New Horizons has a 25-member Board of Directors, with staggered terms, which recently met for the first time at their bi-monthly meeting.

The newly elected Board of Directors include the following: Dick Anagnost, Co-Chair, Anagnost Investments; David Cassidy, Co-Chair, Eastern Bank; Charla Stevens, Vice-Chair, McLane, Graf, Raulerson & Middleton; Bob Bartley, Treasurer, Bartley Financial Advisors; Frank Saglio, Assistant Treasurer, Howe, Riley & Howe, PLLC; Kristi Scarpone, Secretary, FIRST; Colleen Cone, At Large, Comcast; Roy Tilsley, At Large, Bernstein Shur; Mary Ann Aldrich, Dartmouth-Hitchcock; Helen Davies, Southern New Hamspshire University; Scott Ellison, Cook, Little, Rosenblatt & Mason, PLLC; AnnMarie French, NH Fiscal Policy Institute; Brian Hansen, Team Engineering; Alison Hutcheson, Merchants Fleet Management; Sarah Jacobs, University of New Hampshire at Manchester; Dr. Peter Kachavos; Tony Matos, Altos; Wayne McCormick, Wells Fargo Advisors; Brian Mikol, Spectrum Marketing; Ryan Mulholland, Westbridge; Jack Olson, Texas Instruments; Kitten Stearns, Coldwell Banker, Residential Brokerage; Peter Telge, Stark Brewing Company; Heather Whitfield, People’s United Bank; and Chief Nick Willard, Manchester Police.

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