Events & Awards
Events & Awards
Q&A with UNH benefactor Marcy Carsey
'There is too much ideology and too many ideological presumptions in our policymaking at all levels'
November 1, 2013
Q&A with Revenue Commissioner John Beardmore
"We are auditing to ensure fairness in the tax system in the first instance, not to raise money for the state."
October 18, 2013
Q&A with Lobbyist Ed Dupont
Dupont is a Concord lobbyist, former Senate president and member of several state boards and commissions
October 4, 2013
Q&A with AARP New Hampshire President Dick Chevrefils
After serving as volunteer state president of AARP New Hampshire from 2003 to 2007 Chevrefils has returned to the job for a second go-round
September 20, 2013
Q&A with attorney Jack Sanders
“Getting old is mandatory, but aging is optional,” said Sanders, a partner in the Portsmouth office of Pierce Atwood LLP.
September 6, 2013
Q&A with Girls at Work founder Elaine Hamel
Girls at Work is a N.H. organization that works teaches woodworking skills to and builds confidence in at-risk girls
August 23, 2013
Q&A with Businessman Bill Binnie
Bill Binnie’s latest venture is the Carlisle Media Group, which consists of a TV station and 17 radio stations
August 9, 2013
Q&A with Journalist and author Michael McCord
The longtime journalist has just written a political satire, "The Execution Channel: A Political Fable"
July 26, 2013
Q&A with N.H. Snowmobile Association Executive Director Gail Hanson
Gail Hanson will be the first person to tell you snowmobile clubs are nearly as busy in the summer as they are in the winter
July 12, 2013
Q&A with N.H. Public Radio President Betsy Gardella
‘I would say that we really make the most of the fact that we are a small-market station,’ said Betsy Gardella, president and CEO of NHPR. ‘We think of ourselves as an innovation hub for public media.’
June 28, 2013
Q&A with attorney/political activist Billy Shaheen
Believe it or not, Madbury lawyer and renowned Democratic Party activist William Shaheen – known to just about everybody as Billy – actually took a lengthy hiatus from politics.
June 14, 2013
Q&A with Henniker Brewing Co. Co-founder Dave Currier
The former state senator and successful businessman emerged from retirement to enter the beer business
May 31, 2013
Q&A with State Banking Commissioner Glenn Perlow
An interview with Glenn Perlow, New Hampshire's new banking commissioner
May 17, 2013
Q&A with Derryfield Head of School Mary Carter
Dr. Mary Carter was named head of The Derryfield School in January, after serving in a variety of roles at the Manchester independent prep institution since 1997, including interim head.
May 3, 2013
Q&A with DRED Commissioner Jeff Rose
A Q&A with the new head of DRED
April 19, 2013
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