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We’re happy to announce that Rebecca Boisvert has joined New Hampshire Humanities team as Director of Development. Rebecca has a combined ten years of broad experience working in development, with a strong background in grant writing and planned giving. She received a bachelor’s degree in Business and Administration with a minor in French from the University of New Hampshire. Previously, Rebecca worked at New Hampshire Humanities as a temporary part-time grant writer and was instrumental in acquiring funding for multiple new initiatives. We’re thrilled to have her continue her work here as a permanent member of our staff.
In Becky’s free time, she plays handbell with the Granite State Ringers choir group, volunteers at Brookside Congregational Church, runs half-marathons, and enjoys skiing.“As I think about my time here at NHH and my role,” says Rebecca, “my goal is to build upon existing relationships and foster new relationships while working to help demonstrate the full value of our programs.”“The humanities are highly influential on our daily lives—impacting how we think, react, and make decisions. I hope to help others understand how they are impacted by history, literature, arts, and culture, while increasing our economic stability and independence so we can continue to reach all corners of the state with our programming.”
New Hampshire Humanities programs are made possible in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this these programs do not necessarily represent those of the NEH or New Hampshire Humanities.