NASHUA, NH – Nashua Mayor Donnalee Lozeau has announced that she will return to the non-profit world shortly after her current term as mayor ends in 2016. Southern New Hampshire Services Executive Director Gale Hennessey has announced his retirement after over 45 years of service, and the SNHS Board of Directors has selected Lozeau as his successor.
She will begin the job January 17, 2016.
Lozeau said she is excited to carry on the important mission of the agency and continue to create opportunities for people and communities to thrive, and that she will be guided by the belief that people succeed when their needs are matched with the right resources.
“Gale’s leadership at the helm of Southern New Hampshire Services for more than four decades is confirmation of his passion in helping to make people’s lives more positive and productive,” Lozeau said.
SNHS has its main office in Manchester, with several offices and community and educational centers around the state.
About SNHS: The Mission of SNHS is to provide activities designed to assist low-income participants, including the elderly poor, to secure and retain meaningful employment, attain an adequate education, and make better use of available income; to ameliorate the causes of poverty within the community; to meet urgent and immediate individual and family needs, including health, nutrition, housing and employment-related assistance; and to address the problems and barriers which block the achievement of self-sufficiency.
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