Communities & Consequences II

January 26, 2021
6:30pm Eastern Time
 01/26/2021 06:30:00 pm01/26/2021 07:30:00 pmAmerica/New_YorkCommunities & Consequences IIWelcome to this screening of Communities & Consequences II. You'll visit five communities in New Hampshire working to find innovative and creative ways to solve the economic and social realities of workforce shortages in the Granite State. After the screening, stay connected for a panel discussion of experts hosted by the Cook Memorial Library in Tamworth.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/dii41Mary Croninmary@tamworthlibrary.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY

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Welcome

Welcome to this screening of Communities & Consequences II. You'll visit five communities in New Hampshire working to find innovative and creative ways to solve the economic and social realities of workforce shortages in the Granite State. After the screening, stay connected for a panel discussion of experts hosted by the Cook Memorial Library in Tamworth.

Moderator

  • Mary Cronin

    Director, Cook Memorial Library, Tamworth, NH

Panelists

  • ANDREW DEAN

    Andy is a partner at the law firm of Cooper Cargill Chant, P.A. in North Conway, New Hampshire specializing in all aspects of real estate law. Andy has been recognized in New England Super Lawyers Magazine as a Rising Star from 2013-2016 and a Super Lawyer in 2017 and 2019. Andy is currently the Board Chair of the Mount Washington Valley Housing Coalition, the Secretary of the Board for Mount Washington Valley Ski Team and the Chair Elect of the Mount Washington Valley Economic Council.

  • MARIANNE JACKSON

    Marianne Jackson served the New Hampshire North Country as an Ob-Gyn for 25 years before leaving to complete a Master’s degree in Public Health at the University of North Carolina. There she worked in Patient Safety and Quality until happily returning to the Mt. Washington Valley in January of 2015. Now retired and living in Madison she has most recently taken the position of Interim Executive Director of the Gibson Center for Senior Services. While on the Board of the Gibson in the previous 5 years, she co-coordinated the 11 town MWV Age-Friendly Community initiative and launched HomeShare MWV – an effort to pair homeowners with safe, compatible renters in their homes. She collaborated with Victoria Laracy and the MWV Housing Coalition to develop promotional, explanatory materials about Accessory Dwelling Units as another strategy to create distributed, affordable housing.

  • SHANNON ROGERS

    Dr. Shannon Rogers is the State Specialist of Nature Based Economic Development for the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension. She is also an Associate Extension Professor at UNH teaching in the Environmental & Resource Economics program. She holds visiting faculty appointments at Plymouth State and Dartmouth College (her alma mater) and is a Senior Fellow in the Environmental Leadership Program.

  • Dawn DeAngelis

    Dawn DeAngelis is the VP and Chief Content Officer for New Hampshire PBS.

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