At the Council's annual meeting in June, members elected four new trustees for three-year terms. Welcome! Read more about our new Board Members below.
Charles Davis Farmer, East Kingston
Davis Farmer is Founder and Chairman of MSM Protein Technologies based in Woburn, MA and Russia. MSM is the pre-eminent company for the discovery of antibodies to complex cell membrane proteins. He holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Vermont. Davis is past Chair of Squamscott Community Commons and founding member of the board of the New Hampshire BioMedical Council. He also serves as NH Commercial Consul to Australia and New Zealand.
Thomas Hildreth, Hollis
Tom is Director and Chair of Immigration & Law Practice Group at McLane Law Firm. He has been counseling a diverse mix of closely-held business clients for nearly 20 years. In addition, Tom has substantial experience in real estate development, telecommunications, and franchise law. He has served as President of the Nashua Association for the Elderly; Trustee of the Beaver Brook Association; Member of the Board of Advisors at First Colebrook Bank; Founding Member of the Hollis-Brookline Rotary Club; and Selectman, Treasurer and Member of the Strategic Planning and Budget committees for the Town of Hollis.
Geoff Moody, Dunbarton
Geoff Moody is the Associate Vice President of International Programs at SNHU. Geoff's work revolves around international education and he has extensive experience living and working abroad. He spent over a decade in Europe, living for eight years in northern Italy with shorter stints in Barcelona, Paris, and Greece. Prior to his position at SNHU, Geoff was the Director of International Recruitment at Green River College in Washington State and Director of the International Center at Hawaii Pacific University. Geoff holds a Bachelor's degree in Biology from New Mexico State University and an MBA from the University of Washington.
Virginia Szymanowski, Bedford
Ginny Szymanowski graduated magna cum laude from Boston University in 1974, earned an MBA with distinction from Babson College in 1980 and an MS in taxation from Bentley College in 1991. Ginny is a certified public accountant and member of the American Institute of CPAs. After beginning her career with the audit staff at Peat, Marwick, Mitchell, & Co in Boston, she later entered the non-profit sector, serving as Director of Finance at the NH Historical Society and Families First of the Greater Seacoast Health Center; and Chief of Staff at US FIRST. Ginny, along with her husband Joe, has hosted many groups of foreign visitors through WACNH. Ginny and Joe are also supporters of the Currier Museum of Art, the NH Historical Society, US FIRST, Manchester Historic Association, the NH Institute of Art, the Manchester Community Music School and Canterbury Shaker Village.
Attend the World Affairs Councils of America National Conference in D.C.!
Highlights include keynote speaker Governor Tim Pawlenty & embassy receptions with Singapore, Mexico & Norway
Wednesday, November 5- Friday, November 7
Held annually for over two decades, the World Affairs Councils of America's National Conference engages our regional leaders and members from across the country with leading policy-makers and experts. The World Affairs Council of NH is a member of WACA, the largest non-profit organization in the U.S. dedicated to educating and engaging Americans on global issues.
Local college students are eligible for a scholarship to attend the conference (contact our office to apply) and registration for members of the World Affairs Council of NH is $455.
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