‘The Local Baskit difference is the local ingredients,’ says Beth Richards, founder of the New Hampshire-based meal-kit company.
‘Repealing the ACA does nothing to help us as a state and country to meet the needs for a healthy workforce,’ says U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan.
‘The business community already understands the challenge of climate change and is rapidly adopting energy-efficiency and renewable energy strategies,’ says Tom Burack, who stepped down on Jan. 2 after 10 years as the state’s Environmental Services commissioner.
‘Nonprofits are providing very sophisticated programs, managing sophisticated, complex issues,’ says Kathleen Reardon, CEO of the NH Center for Nonprofits.
‘I want state government to be easier to deal with, more friendly, more transparent,’ says newly elected Gov. Chris Sununu.
‘To the extent the public sector is either sidelined by political gridlock or undermined by reactionary measures, it’s imperative for businesses and investors to stand up for the right things,’ says Joe Keefe, CEO of Pax World Investments.
‘We need housing that is close enough to our workforce that it doesn’t become a financial burden or a time burden on our workforce,’ says Rosemary Heard, president of CATCH Neighborhood Housing.
‘Very quietly,’ the BFA has established itself ‘as a major force in New Hampshire’s economic development,’ says James Key-Wallace, the agency’s newly named executive director.
‘If we’re going to help advance social change, then we have to work with the people who are going to advance that social change,’ says Gretchen Ki Steidle, founder of Portsmouth-based Global Grassroots.
Jack Middleton, shown here after receiving the Nixon-Zachos Award from the NH Bar Foundation in June, recently celebrated his 60th year as an attorney with the Manchester-based firm of McLane Middleton.