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Two local graduate from Leadership New Hampshire

  • Mandy Sliver. Courtesy photo—

Published: 6/30/2019 12:39:39 PM
Two locals graduate from Leadership New Hampshire

Leadership New Hampshire celebrated the graduation of its 2019 class on May 23 at LaBelle Winery in Amherst. The cohort of 40 associates, the program’s largest to date, included men and women from across New Hampshire who participated in an intensive 10-month program. These individuals were selected through a highly competitive process and began their unique educational journey last fall.

The event, which brought together over 100 leaders from across the state, recognized the work of these statewide leaders.

LNH, which celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2017, has nearly 1,000 alumni – individuals who are working to strengthen New Hampshire communities and increase civic engagement. Graduates hold leadership positions in the private, nonprofit, and governmental sectors across the state.

The graduates included Miriam Carter of Dublin, League of NH Craftsmen Executive Director, and Mandy Sliver of Peterborough, Grove Street Fiduciary, Financial Operations Professional

Each year’s class of LNH associates attends 11 required and one optional seminar days held around the state. These provide an in-depth exploration of a topic of timely importance to New Hampshire, including demographic changes, the economy, criminal justice, environment, education, culture and arts, community leadership, government and politics, and health care.

Leadership New Hampshire is one of 14 initiatives proposed in the Governor’s Commission on New Hampshire in the 21st Century to identify emerging leaders for key roles in statewide issues and developing a network of informed leaders.

For more information, visit the organization’s website at, or contact the office at (603) 226-2265.

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