TIM HORGAN, Executive Director
Tim Horgan joined the World Affairs Council of New Hampshire in November of 2009 as an AmeriCorps Member. Since that time he has worked to manage and implement the international visitors programs here in NH, bringing the annual number of visitors hosted to more than 300. Tim took over the position of Executive Director in March of 2018 and oversees the internal affairs of the Council. Tim holds a B.A. in Latin American Studies with a concentration in Political Science from the University of Connecticut, where he also spent 5 months in Monterrey, Mexico on study abroad.
Larry McCrum has been with the Council since 2010. As the Membership Manager, he is responsible for maintaining membership renewals and soliciting for new memberships. He previously worked for Child Support and Youth Services in Manchester. Before moving to New England from California, Larry worked for the Inter-Insurance Exchange of the Automobile Club of Southern California for twenty years, where fifteen of those years were spent as a bodily injury defense litigator. Larry also lived in Panama for two years, on active duty in the U.S. Air Force, where he was honorably discharged with the rank of Captain.
ANISE JASMAN, International Visitor Leadership Program Manager
Anise is the International Visitor Leadership Program Program Manager. She joined the Council after spending over 18 years working in the limousine industry, doing everything from chauffeuring clients, logistical planning and most recently running the second largest limousine company in New Hampshire. Anise also has experience in event planning, photography and has a passion for the arts. She has lived in New Hampshire for over 27 years, and has previously lived in Arizona, Georgia, South and North Carolina.
MICHAEL PAPPAS, Events and Education Coordinator
Michael started with the Council in September of 2019 as the Events and Education Coordinator, after serving as an intern for the organization. Prior to joining the Council, he graduated in 2018 with a B.A. in International Relations from St. Michael’s College, through which he had the opportunity to study European politics at DIS in Copenhagen, Denmark. He has previous nonprofit experience from his time as a programming intern for the Peace & Justice Center of Vermont in 2017, as well as experience on several political campaigns, most recently for Amb. Rufus Gifford’s congressional race in 2018.