Anne’s roles in the community have included the following:
Anne's commitment to the Seacoast community has been an inspiration to us all. She doesn't just talk about change, she makes things happen. Over the years Anne has served on the United Way of the Greater Seacoast's Finance Committee, Board of Directors, and Allocations Committee, served as Treasurer and helped us to shape successful strategies to address the needs of the community. We are extremely grateful to Anne for her tireless commitment to advancing the common good.
Our personal and professional values are rooted deeply in social responsibility. The health of the individual and the health of a community—economic or otherwise—are interdependent and we believe it essential to participate in the nourishment of both. We play an active role in endeavors that promote opportunity and strengthen our community.
The Greengard Center for Autism, located in Portsmouth, is dedicated to providing educational day services to adults with Autism. Our firm provides pro bono accounting and consulting services to the Center as a show of appreciation for their service to the community.
Seacoast Emergency Response Team (SERT) is a tactical unit in the Seacoast Region providing special emergency response to extenuating police situations. We are proud to be able to provide our services to them as a show of our appreciation to their ongoing commitment to keeping our community safe.
Humane Society of the United States is the nation’s largest and most effective animal protection organization. They provide hands-on care to more than 100,000 animals each year. We are proud to be on the New Hampshire council.
Allocations Chair &Treasurer of the United Way of the Greater Seacoast: For 10 years Anne served on the Board, initiating and reviewing plans to better the Greater Seacoast community. The inadequate affordable housing in the Seacoast sparked the Teach A Man To Fish, Inc. venture. The office team is involved in the UWGS’ annual “Day of Caring.”
Founder and Treasurer of Teach a Man To Fish, Inc., a workforce housing initiative that provided 18 affordable housing units for members of the Seacoast workforce.
Board Member of New Heights: Adventures for Teens, a New Hampshire-based initiative that develops a vast array of programs designed to inspire, educate and empower youth from grades 5 through 12.
Recipient of a Hoffman-Haas Fellowship, a program of the NH Center for Nonprofits which selects members of the community who have shown devotion and continued commitment to New Hampshire nonprofits for mentorships that will support their work.
The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Stratham: Anne served as a Board Member, then President of the SPCA over a six year term. During this time Anne secured a parcel of land to allow for a perpetual pet cemetery.
Pet Partners Therapy K-9 Program member. Anne and Uno are a team that goes out into the community, whether it be senior citizens, college students, or kids learning to read, to provide support, comfort, and companionship.
Founding member of the Women’s Business Center.
Founding member of Friends of Seacoast Hospice.
As you can see, we are very committed to strengthening our community. We are always looking for new ways to give back!