New Trustees Named to CCSNH Board of Trustees
For immediate release
July 29, 2013
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Concord, NH - The Governor and NH Executive Council recently appointed Angela Roussel-Roberge of Mont Vernon and Allan Damren of Claremont to four-year terms on the Community College System Board of Trustees.
Roussel-Roberge is Owner and President of Accurate Staffing LLC in Merrimack. She is a former executive director of the New Hampshire Parent Teacher Association Board and has a professional background as a financial analyst with Digital Equipment Corp. in Nashua, NH. She also served as President of the High Hopes Foundation of New Hampshire, Inc., which provides support to children who suffer from chronic, life threatening health issues.
Roussel-Roberge is an alumna of Nashua Community College, with an associate degree in marketing/management, and holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Rivier College.
Damren is retired from a position as Assistant Superintendent for Business at SAU 6 and is currently a part-time contracted business administrator for the Grantham School District. He served on Gov. Hassan’s transition team on education and the workforce. He is a committeeman for the NH Employer Support for the Guard and Reserve, a trustee and past board chairman of Valley Regional Healthcare, a past director of NH Healthy Kids Corp., and an incorporator of the Upper Valley Community Foundation.
Damren was a member of Leadership NH class of 2000. He holds a BS in Business Administration from Nichols College and an MBA from Plymouth State University.
Two new student trustees were named to the board, nominated by their respective college presidents.
Taylor Parent of Derry is a student at NHTI, Concord’s Community College majoring in Business Administration. Parent is also employed as food service supervisor for Sodexo/Canobie Lake Park. AT NHTI, she serves on the Student Senate and serves as orientation leader and residence assistant.
Madeline Maoriano of Gilford is a student at Lakes Region Community College majoring in Liberal Arts. She serves as a student ambassador at the college. As a student at Gilford High School, Maoriano received the school’s award for excellence in French.
Both Parent and Maoriano will serve one-year terms on the Board.
The Community College System of NH consists of seven colleges, offering associate degree and certificate programs, professional training, transfer pathways to four-year degrees, and dual-credit partnerships with NH high schools. The System’s colleges are Great Bay Community College in Portsmouth; Lakes Region Community College in Laconia; Manchester Community College; Nashua Community College; NHTI – Concord’s Community College; River Valley Community College in Claremont and Keene; and White Mountains Community College in Berlin and Littleton.