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Q&A with Carmen Lorentz

Manufacturing ‘is a bright spot, and it’s not something young people think about when they think of New Hampshire,’ says Carmen Lorentz, the new director of the state Division of Economic Development
August 22, 2014

Q&A with Nick Vailas

"My task is getting people to work together for a common cause," says Nick Vailas, founder of Bedford Ambulatory Surgical Center and Compass Healthcare Advisers, of his work in organizing and sustaining the annual CHaD NH East-West High School All Star Football Game.
August 8, 2014

Q&A with Wayne King

Twenty years after running for governor of New Hampshire, Wayne King is working to secure international funding for the Phoenix Project, a $12 million pilot effort aimed at cleaning up endemic oil spills in West Africa while fostering economic development.
July 25, 2014

Q&A with Carsey School's Michael Ettlinger

Michael Ettlinger, founding director of the new Carsey School of Public Policy at UNH, aims to build it into ‘an outstanding school of public policy with highly regarded graduates as well as being a home for outstanding multidisciplinary research and a range of effective initiatives.’
July 11, 2014

Q&A with N.H. Healthy Families’ Scott Westover

Managed care in New Hampshire represents the best opportunity to provide the appropriate level of care to the Medicaid population, says Scott Westover, executive director of New Hampshire Healthy Families.
June 27, 2014

Q&A with Kerry Pfrimmer of SCORE

Kerry Pfrimmer, who last fall became New Hampshire district director of SCORE, says his organization’s impact ‘is quite significant and growing each year.’
June 13, 2014

Q&A with David Stevens of True Progress LLC

David Stevens, founder of the Hanover-based education testing firm True Progress LLC, has spent two decades as an educator trying to answer a simple question: Are we solving the problem?
May 29, 2014

Q&A with N.H. Motor Speedway GM Jerry Gappens

With tens of thousands of racing fans coming into the state from 44 states and 12 countries – and filling up the 5,000-spot camping ground – NHMS has a small but vital impact on the New Hampshire economy.
May 2, 2014

Q&A with Privacy Expert Omer Tene

Tene is vice president of research and education at the Portsmouth-based International Association of Privacy Professionals
April 18, 2014

Q&A with Hypertherm’s Dick and Barbara Couch

The company recently became 100 percent employee-owned
April 4, 2014

Q&A with NhSolarGarden founder Andrew Kellar

Co-founder of the Green Alliance, Kellar is no stranger to innovative green ventures
March 7, 2014

Q&A with Entrepreneur and Congressional Candidate Dan Innis

February 21, 2014

Q&A with Opportunity Networks’ Rocky Morelli

Q&A with Rocky Morelli, the longtime executive director of Opportunity Networks, a 30-year-old nonprofit serving the Souhegan Valley and greater Nashua
February 7, 2014

Q&A with financial literacy advocate Dan Hebert

For most of his career, Dan Hebert has worked in financial services – at finance companies, banks, credit unions and even S&Ls
January 24, 2014

Q&A with health policy expert Ned Helms

Ned Helms, founding director of the New Hampshire Institute for Health Policy and Practice at the University of New Hampshire, has strong opinions about the Affordable Care Act.
January 10, 2014
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