Rosenberger named FairPoint’s N.H. president
Teresa Rhodes Rosenberger, director of government affairs for the Manchester-based law firm of Devine Millimet & Branch, has been named FairPoint Communications’ New Hampshire state president.
In her new job, Rosenberger, whose appointment as FairPoint’s president was announced Monday, will be responsible for regulatory matters, governmental relations and economic development for FairPoint in New Hampshire, the company said.
Before joining Devine Millimet, Rosenberger worked in state and federal advocacy positions for AARP, the American Association of Retired Persons. Before that, she was a speechwriter and research staffer for the presidential administrations of Nixon, Ford and Reagan.
Rosenberger is currently a member of the New Hampshire Telecommunications Advisory Board, to which she was appointed by Governor Lynch.
She has served as chair of the New Hampshire Historical Society, the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce, the Concord Regional Visiting Nurse Association and the Concord YMCA. She also has served on the board of the Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy, the New Hampshire Preservation Alliance and Capitol Region Healthcare.
Peter Nixon, president of FairPoint, said Rosenberger’s “knowledge of state government, as well as business and community organizations in New Hampshire, will help FairPoint continue to build lasting relationships within the state as we continue to improve and expand communication services.” – JEFF FEINGOLD/NEW HAMPSHIRE BUSINESS REVIEWEdit ModuleShow Tags