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 AnnMarie French – Interim Executive Director

AnnMarie French currently serves as NHFPI’s Interim Executive Director. She previously served as NHFPI’s communications manager since joining the organization in January 2014. Prior to joining NHFPI, AnnMarie served as editor for the New Hampshire Local Government Center’s New Hampshire Town and City magazine and other New Hampshire Municipal Association resource publications for local officials. She has held various communications roles for the City of Boston, including marketing communications specialist for the Department of Neighborhood Development, focusing on neighborhood revitalization, affordable housing, and small business programs. AnnMarie holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Alfred University in Alfred, New York, and currently is enrolled in the Master of Business Administration program at Plymouth State University in Plymouth, New Hampshire. She is a graduate of Leadership NH, Class of 2017. Contact AnnMarie by email at afrench [at] nhfpi.org.

 

Phil Sletten – Policy Analyst

Phil Sletten is a policy analyst for NHFPI. He previously served as a performance auditor for the New Hampshire Office of Legislative Budget Assistant, where he provided analysis on a wide range of state agency operations. In this role, Phil co-authored reports on various state programs within the Departments of Transportation, Safety, and Health and Human Services, as well as the Veteran’s Home; he also conducted research related to the Community College System. Born and raised in New Hampshire, he brings first-hand knowledge of the state’s unique attributes and ongoing challenges. Phil has a Bachelor of Arts in political science and policy studies from Grinnell College, located in Grinnell, Iowa, and a Master of Public Affairs from the University of Wisconsin – Madison, with emphases on tax, economic, and environmental policy. Contact Phil at psletten [at] nhfpi.org.

 

Julia Hayes Vieira – Intern

Julia Hayes Vieira is participating in a summer internship with NHFPI. Julia is currently enrolled in the University of New Hampshire – Carsey School of Public Policy, Master of Public Policy program, where she recently concluded the Carsey School’s 2017-2018 Fellowship focused on fiscal and economic policy research. The NHFPI 2018 summer internship will examine a range of New Hampshire fiscal and economic policy topics, including trends in the state’s rural and urban areas.

 

 

 

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Job Growth Slowed in New Hampshire During 2017

11 Jun 2018

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The rate jobs were added to the economy in New Hampshire during 2017 was considerably lower than during 2016, suggesting fewer additional jobs are being filled in the state. This slowing in job growth from the higher levels seen during 2015 and 2016 may reflect that, in a growing economy with a low unemployment rate, many employers are having difficulty finding workers to fill positions.