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New Hampshire Humanities is thrilled to welcome Jane Berlin Pauley to our staff in the position of Director of Development.
Jane brings a wealth of experience to her new post. She previously served as the Holderness Fund Manager at Holderness School. Prior to that she was Annual Fund Manager at Concord Hospital Trust, and served as District Director for US Representative Paul Hodes during his two terms in Congress.
Jane earned a Bachelors Degree in Vocal Performance from the Mason Gross School for the Arts at Rutgers University and a Masters Degree in Music from the New England Conservatory. Jane has continued to work as a performer and music educator while building an extensive career in development in the fields of healthcare, education, and politics.
Jane currently serves on the boards of Concord National Youth Softball and Healing Meals of New Hampshire. She brings to her new post a humanities-based love of discourse, a passion for building meaningful and lasting relationships, and a zeal for finding joy in what makes us human through the lenses of of culture, learning, and experience.
Jane lives in Concord with her two children, students at Rundlett Middle School and Concord High School, two calico cats, Mimi and Lucy, and a new puppy, Rudy.
Contact Jane at 603-224-4071 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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