Dorthea M. “Dot” Seybold started working as marketing director for the North Conway retail center, Settlers Green, in 1989, and in 1991, she was named general manager, the post she holds today. Well known throughout the Mt. Washington Valley for…
‘Legal aid helps level the playing field so that everyone can get a fair shake,’ says Sarah Mattson Dustin, executive director of New Hampshire Legal Assistance, the civil legal aid organization.
Corbin Petro is president and CEO of Benevera Health, a joint venture of Harvard Pilgrim Health Care and four New Hampshire hospitals that, she says, answers the question: ‘How can we collaborate to improve how care is delivered?’
Paul McKeon founded Portsmouth-based B2W Software in 1993. ‘I knew there was a lot of opportunity in the heavy construction,’ he says.
A change in federal tax law enables owners of closely held businesses to reap a substantial reduction in their tax bill, says John Cunningham.
NH Senate President Donna Soucy sees freezing the business profits tax rate at 7.9 percent as a way of providing localities with some property tax relief.
‘We never took it away from the rest of the states. It happened here naturally,’ says Secretary of State Bill Gardner of New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation presidential primary. He’s shown here with Gov. Chris Sununu after Gardner won his 22nd term in December, a narrow victory over Colin Van Ostern.
The House speaker should “try to work for the common good for the whole body and work to bring people together,” says Democrat Steve Shurtleff, the newly elected speaker.
‘I don’t think anything is more fundamental than housing,’ says Elliot Berry, a longtime NH Legal Assistance attorney and director of its Housing Justice Project.
‘To have this ecosystem here in the Millyard in Manchester and in New Hampshire is incredibly important to our state,’ says attorney Christina Ferrari, whose practice specializes in helping biotech clients.