Staying competitive in a changing and mobile economy requires our state’s educational institutions and businesses to collaborate in new and innovative ways. The fastest growing sectors in the new economy require highly trained workers with continuous lifelong learning needs. Business-educational partnerships lead to more effective, accessible and affordable ways to transfer skills and knowledge, often times outside of the traditional classroom, in ways that allow more people to access learning. Working together… makes us better.

Bob Baines STEAM; Former Mayor of Manchester, NH
Sr.Paula Marie Buley Rivier University
Gray Chynoweth Silvertech
Kelly Clark AARP New Hampshire
Brad Cook Sheehan Phinney Bass + Green
Matt Cookson Cookson Strategies
Jackie Cowell NH Early Learning
Andy Crews AutoFair
Lou D’Allesandro State of NH – Senate
Rene Drouin NHHEAF Network Organizations
Tiffany Eddy FocusFirst   Communications
Todd Fahey AARP New Hampshire
Maria Gudinas UNHM/UNH Law
Tracy Hatch Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce
Tom Horgan NH College & University Council
Lucille Jordan Nashua Community College
Fred Kocher NH Forum on the Future
Todd Leach USNH
Neil Levesque Saint Anselm College
Kate Luczko Stay Work Play New Hampshire
Dianne Mercier People’s United Bank
Joe Murray Fidelity Investments
Steve Norton NH Center for Public Policy Studies
Sean O’Kane Winward Strategies and Partners
Richard Ober NH Charitable Foundation
Michele Perkins New England College
Bill Quinlan Eversource
Stephen Reno Leadership New Hampshire
Jim Roche BIA
Debby Scire Campus Compact for NH
Tim Sink Greater Concord NH Chamber of Commerce
Denise Sleeper DHHS/Bureau of Developmental Services
Scott Spradling Spradling Group