‘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.
‘We rely on clean lakes to drive our economy, our quality of life, even to some extent our identity as a state,’ says Tom O’Brien, president of Concord-based NH Lakes.
“Our resident expertise in birds and wildlife is probably the strongest” aspect of the NH Audubon, said President Doug Bechtel.
When it comes to mass casualty events, ‘an hour of assessment and anticipation is probably worth five days of recovery and recuperation,’ says Clark Dumont.
New Hampshire’s forests are of ‘huge’ importance to the state’s economy, says Jane Difley, president and forester of the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests.
Tim Soucy will become Catholic Medical Center’s director of community health and mission after working for 28 years in the Manchester Health Department, 12 of them as public health director.
Nonprofits “really should concentrate on doing such a good job that we go out of business,” says Vu Le, executive director of Rainier Valley Corps and keynote speaker at the NH Center for Nonprofits upcoming Nonprofit Leadership Summit.
The Smuttynose craft beer brand ‘is very resilient,’ says Richard Lindsay, CEO of the brewery. He is heading up the turnaround of the company, which was acquired at auction earlier this year.
‘We’ve heard from a number of businesses’ about the negative effects of the Trump administration’s tariffs and trade war, says U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, shown with U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy, right, visiting the NH Division of Economic Development’s booth at the Farnborough Air Show outside of London.