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Board of Directors and Officers as of January 1, 2020

 

Bruce P. King – Chair  

Former President/CEO, New London Hospital

New London, NH

 

Ryan Audley – Vice-Chair

President/CEO, R.S. Audley, Inc.

Bow, NH

 

Jonathan Routhier – Treasurer

Executive Director, Community Support Network Inc.

Concord, NH

 

Victoria Adewumi – Secretary

Community Liaison, Manchester Health Department

Manchester, NH

 

Kristine Stoddard, Esq. – Development Chair

Director of New Hampshire Public Policy, Bi-State Primary Care Association

Bow, NH

 

George Bald

Former Commissioner, NH Department of Resources and Economic Development

Somersworth, NH

 

Tom Krebs

Project Manager, Planning and Development, City of Claremont

Claremont, NH

 

Roland Lamy

Principal, Helms & Company

Concord, NH

 

Patrick Miller

Principal, Helms & Company

Concord, NH

 

James Murphy

Former Orthopaedic Surgeon, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center and Chief Medical Officer, New London Hospital

Hanover, NH

 

Jo Porter

Director, Institute for Health Policy and Practice, University of New Hampshire

Durham, NH

 

Peter W. Powell

President, Powell Real Estate

Lancaster, NH

 

Kristin Smith

Research Associate Professor of Sociology, Dartmouth College

Hanover, NH

 

 

 

Organizations and affiliations are listed for identification purposes only.

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New Data Show Food Insecurity Levels Declining Prior to the COVID-19 Crisis

10 Sep 2020

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According to data released on September 9 by the United States Department of Agriculture, food insecurity levels in New Hampshire continued to decline during 2019, prior to the onset of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. The report outlines the trends of reduced food insecurity in the nation and in New Hampshire, declining from the higher levels resulting from the Great Recession of 2007 to 2009. The overall improvements to the state economy through 2019, along with the effectiveness of key nutritional aid programs, did contribute to lower levels of food insecurity, although the benefits of the economic recovery did not reach all Granite Staters in an equal or timely manner. Although food insecurity levels declined through the years preceding 2020, the current crisis facing Granite Staters is not reflected in these 2019 data. The recent economic pressures on many individuals and families with lower incomes in New Hampshire have been severe, and current levels of food insecurity are very likely to be substantially higher.