Q&A

Q&A with Crotched Mountain CEO Don Shumway

By any measure, Crotched Mountain Rehabilitation Center in Greenfield has been one of the great New Hampshire success stories since its founding in 1953. Its creation was a model of civic collaboration between the state's business and medical communities. Their…

Q&A with Campaign finance reformer John Rauh

Given the reality of what has been the most money-saturated election season in American history, one would think that John Rauh, founder of Concord-based Americans for Campaign Reform, would be discouraged. If anything, Rauh -- who says he "profoundly disagreed"…

Q&A with WMUR-TV President and GM Jeff Bartlett

Jeff Bartlett, president and general manager of WMUR-TV since February 2001, has had a career that has taken him around the country, from Fayetteville, Ark., where he was president and general manger of KHBS/KHOG-TV before joining WMUR, to such landmark…

QA with 'Life planner' Robin Young

When Windham financial professional Robin Young mentions terms like “visioning,” “passage” and “holistic,” you know that this is a very different kind of financial planner. Young, owner and president of Windham-based Northstar Financial Planning, practices life planning, a method of…

Q&A with AFP-NH director Corey Lewandowski

Corey Lewandowski, state director of Americans for Prosperity-New Hampshire, says his organization is taking a "long-term approach" in its fight for limited government, lower taxes and more freedom. The Americans for Prosperity Foundation was founded by the billionaire Koch brothers…

Q&A with state climatologist Mary Stampone

There is a reason so many folks in New Hampshire and New England talk about the weather a lot. That's because "our weather is very interesting," says Mary Stampone, New Hampshire's state climatologist since 2008. There has been even more…

Q&A with Management consultant/author Michael Charney

Bedford-based writer, management consultant and book publisher Michael Charney claims to have never been that interested in politics. A small-government, moderate Republican, Charney tapped a latent, mid-life political passion when he embarked on a quest to gauge the social media…