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Q&A with NHDOT Commissioner Victoria Sheehan

When it comes to meeting infrastructure needs, ‘many states have been struggling for too long due to budget limitations,’ says Victoria Sheehan, commissioner of the NH Department of Transportation.
April 1, 2016

Q&A with NH Made Executive Director Alice Pearce

More people are buying locally made products because they are looking for ‘authentic experiences,’ says Alice Pearce, executive director of NH Made, the organization that promotes and markets New Hampshire-made goods and services.
March 18, 2016

Q&A with retired radio exec Ray Garon

Radio is ‘for some people, companionship, and I think for a lot of charitable organizations, local radio has become a trusted partner. And for a lot of businesses, local radio has become a valued advertising resource,’ says Ray Garon, former longtime general manager of WZID and three other Manchester radio stations.
March 4, 2016

Q&A with New Futures’ Michele Merritt

If it is allowed to continue, Medicaid expansion should be instrumental in reducing the number of opioid-related deaths in New Hampshire, says Michele Merritt, policy director for the organization New Futures.
February 19, 2016

Q&A with lean thinking expert Christopher Guerrera

An unexpected brush with national exposure on “Good Morning America” launched Christopher Guerrera of Auburn-based PACE into a career as an in-demand speaker and TV personality.
February 5, 2016

Q&A with CCA Global CEO Howard Brodsky

Howard Brodsky, shown here speaking in November at the 2015 Global Conference of the International Co-operative Alliance, says his Cooperatives for a Better World initiative is ‘a solution to inequality that is happening in the world.’
January 22, 2016

Q&A with Calypso Communications’ Kevin Stickney

‘I think we’ve succeeded by having good writers and good messages at the core of everything,’ says Kevin Stickney, president and co-founder of Portsmouth-based Calypso Communications.
January 8, 2016

Q&A with Hellenic American University Provost Triant Flouris

Hellenic American University’s MBA program stresses the interdisciplinary nature of business, says Triant Flouris.
December 23, 2015

Q&A with Dartmouth-Hitchcock CEO James Weinstein

‘Creating a sustainable health system is part of creating a new economy in the region. It will allow small businesses to spend less for health care so they can then spend more money on jobs for more people,’ says Dr. James Weinstein, CEO of the Dartmouth-Hitchcock health system.
December 11, 2015

Q&A with Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski

Working as presidential candidate Donald Trump’s campaign manager ‘is by far the greatest job in politics,’ says Corey Lewandowski, shown at left with the candidate.
November 25, 2015

MomsRising CEO: Family-friendly policies ‘a net win for businesses’

‘The evidence is so compelling that [family-friendly workplace] policies do boost our economy,' says ays Kristin Rowe Finkbeiner, CEO and co-founder of MomsRising.org.
November 3, 2015

Q&A with North Country Council Exec. Director Christine Frost

Christine Frost of the North Country Council: ‘I just feel that there’s more of a positive energy in the North Country than there has been in the recent past.’
October 30, 2015

Q&A with NH AFL-CIO president Glenn Brackett

‘I believe our first responsibility is to grow good jobs in New Hampshire,’ says Glenn Brackett, recently elected as president of the NH AFL-CIO.
October 16, 2015

Q&A with criminal defense attorney Mark Sisti

‘I don’t have to believe my client is innocent at all,’ says New Hampshire attorney Mark Sisti. ‘I have to believe that the system has integrity and that the jury will follow the direction and instructions of the court.’
October 2, 2015

Q&A with UNH sports law professor Michael McCann

What made ‘Deflategate’ so ‘compelling,’ says UNH professor Michael McCann, ‘is the number of areas in the law where the answers are not clear.’
September 18, 2015
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