ATD-NH New Year's Message

04 Jan 2016 7:16 PM | Deleted user

Happy New Year! As we head into a wonderful new year, I’d like to extend our thanks, on behalf of the ATD-New Hampshire board, for your support and your participation this past year. The final quarter of 2015 saw some changes to our board. I had the pleasure of taking over as President; we added new board members Elaine St. Jean, Tim James and Nancy Hill-Anderson; and our dedicated current board members, Tracey Osborne, Dr. Gail Devoid, Liz Hodgkins, and Nick Brattan, have agreed to continue their terms, with Gail and Tracey exchanging positions of VP of Admin and Member-at-Large! Our President-Emeritus, Kris Mailepors, has also agreed to continue in an advisory capacity. All in all, your volunteer board is ready for an exciting 2016 with you!

Our focus will continue to be on training and development for New Hampshire businesses and individuals. To that end, we have an exciting line-up of events planned for the first half of the year!

  • Something’s brewing for a fun and lively ATD-NH member networking event.
  • We’re teeing up a workshop on neuroscience and behavioral psychology that promises to be a real game-changer.
  • We’re building a Seriousplay workshop on communication.
  • We’re organizing a workshop on project management for non-project managers.
  • And we’ll be broadcasting a webinar on conducting effective and engaging webinars.
  • And much more...

What a year this will be! I trust that we can count on you for your continued membership and support. And I hope that we’ll see you at one of our upcoming events.

In the meantime, if you are interested in volunteer opportunities, either as a board member or as an event volunteer, please don’t hesitate to email us here ATDNHChapter@gmail.com. We’d love to hear from all members, as your ideas and requests inspire our entire local organization. Thank you again for your continued support!


Happy New Year!


President, ATD-NH


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