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Q&A with Currier Museum of Art Director and CEO Alan Chong

Through its program, “The Art of Hope,” the Currier provides “a welcome sanctuary for families dealing with substance use issues, by providing a place to look at and create art together. It takes down barriers, not only in terms of access but also understanding of art,” says Dr. Alan Chong, the museum’s ninth director and CEO.
February 16, 2018

Q&A with sustainability expert/Realtor Mike Bellamente

Mike Bellamente, an agent with Keller Williams Coastal Realty, heads the NH Association of Realtors’ recently formed sustainability committee.
February 1, 2018

Q&A with League of NH Craftsmen Executive Director Miriam Carter

‘Craftspeople run small businesses in every corner of the state,’ says Miriam Carter, a working artist and executive director of the League of NH Craftsmen.
January 19, 2018

Q&A with zero-waste pioneer Alex Freid

University of New Hampshire alumnus Alex Freid, who founded the Post Landfill Action Network in 2011 while still at UNH, says the growing organization is ‘challenging the models of disposability and planned obsolescence.’
January 4, 2018

Q&A with writer-director Ernest Thompson

Ernest Thompson says New Hampshire is missing the boat by not offering incentives to the film industry. (New Hampshire Magazine photo)
December 21, 2017

Q&A with Eastern Bank NH Regional President Joe Reilly

After 40 years in the banking business, longtime New Hampshire banker Joe Reilly will be retiring from the industry at the end of December.
December 7, 2017

Q&A with UNH School of Law Dean Megan Carpenter

‘The law school should be woven into the fabric of the community, not a separate entity that’s just placed here,’ says Megan Carpenter, dean at UNH School of Law.
November 23, 2017

Q&A with State Sen. David Watters

State Sen. David Watters, D-Dover: ‘I have found in New Hampshire that businesses and industries and their lobbyists in Concord want to find ways to work together.’
November 10, 2017

Q&A with New England College President Michele Perkins

‘My advice has always been, “study what you love,” because if you love it you’ll be happy, you’ll be good at it and you’ll find your way,’ says Michele Perkins, president of New England College since 2007.
October 26, 2017

Q&A with State Librarian Michael York

‘Librarians see the potential libraries have to change things, but the political world moves very slowly, and it’s affected by so many things,’ says Michael York, New Hampshire’s state librarian.
October 13, 2017

Q&A with BEA Commissioner Taylor Caswell

‘Small government helps find solutions, and we really need to get back to that approach,’ says Taylor Caswell, commissioner of the recently created Department of Business and Economic Affairs.
September 29, 2017

Q&A with Goodwin Community Health CEO Janet Laatsch

Janet Laatsch, CEO of Goodwin Community Health in Somersworth is helping to oversee the merger of her organization with Portsmouth-based Families First Health & Support Center.
September 15, 2017

Q&A with foreign policy expert and author Elmira Bayrasli

‘Opportunity is not abundant around the world, but talent is something we all have,’ says Elmira Bayrasli, author of ‘From The Other Side of the World: Extraordinary Entrepreneurs.’
September 1, 2017

Q&A with Northern Forest Center President Rob Riley

‘The New Hampshire North Country is part of a broader four-state region that is complicated and dynamic,’ says Rob Riley, president of the Concord-based Northern Forest Center, which focuses on economic development in the northern forest areas of New York, Vermont, Maine and New Hampshire.
August 18, 2017

Q&A with nonprofit leader and activist Robert Egger

Nonprofits ‘are major job creators, and they need to tell people about that. We’re an essential part of the economic ecosystem,’ says Robert Egger, founder of DC Central Kitchen and L.A. Kitchen.
August 4, 2017
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