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Protector of a vulnerable community
When the pandemic hit, Nancy sprung into action. As the manager of an independent living community for senior citizens in Bedford, she made their safety her #1 priority by requiring all residents and visitors to wear masks, limiting visitors to immediate family and healthcare providers, and canceling activities and events. While she has a deep understanding of the isolation that her seniors feel, she can tell you with great pride that there have been no cases of COVID-19 in her community—and she intends to keep it that way.
“I may not be the most popular person in the building, but I am determined to keep COVID-19 away from the seniors that live here—one of which is my mom.”
Proud daughter of New Hampshire
Nancy was raised in New Hampshire and attended Simmons College in Boston, earning her Bachelor’s degree in Management. After over a decade in New Mexico where she met her husband, Mike, she returned to the state where she grew up and loves.
With her husband and their son, Hans, they moved to Londonderry in 2006. Hans is a 2019 graduate of Londonderry High School and attends the University of New Hampshire.
Respected and tested leader
Nancy was first elected to the Londonderry School Board in 2011, and she completed her third term in March 2020. During her nine years on the Board, she served as its Chair for three years.
Nancy also served on multiple committees negotiating contracts for the Londonderry School District Faculty and Support Staff. She has been told often that when it comes to working out deals, she is “tough, but fair.” She has also served 4 years as a member of the Board of Directors with the New Hampshire School Boards Association.
Nancy enjoys spending time with her family, going to the beach, reading and gardening. She is also a member of St. Peter’s Episcopal church in Londonderry.