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Wednesday
Apr162014

Second Amendment Sisters - NH, Leadership Change

SAS-NH Leadership Change

Change is inevitable and welcomed here in New Hampshire, like our coming spring. Kate Muller, who since September 2008 has been a very effective State Coordinator for the Second Amendment Sisters has decided to focus her efforts on her new town of Goffstown and be supportive to the rest of the area coordinators. According to Kate “It's been my pleasure to serve as SAS-NH State Coordinator. It has been an amazing five years learning, teaching, and making dear friends with the women of SAS. Now that my dear friend Margot is taking over as State Coordinator I can focus on my first love, training more women to safely handle and shoot firearms. I am looking forward to lots range time with SAS.”

Effective immediately, Margot Keyes has assumed the position of State Coordinator for New Hampshire. In her whirlwind three years with SAS, Margot has gone from Member, to Epsom Area Coordinator, to NRA Basic Pistol Instructor and the Registration Coordinator for all of the NH ladies’ shoots, to now becoming the State Coordinator. She has been heavily involved in the ladies’ monthly shoots and basic pistol instruction, while at times also attending gun shows and presenting testimony to our House and Senate on behalf of SAS.

Margot welcomes this challenge saying, “We are constantly growing our membership and especially our leadership lately. I brought three new area coordinators to SAS just this month and their help has been invaluable. I would not take on this responsibility without knowing my fellow coordinators and sisters are here to support me. We have many sisters who are involved in various ways, so there is always someone to help keep our right to bear arms alive. I am looking forward to continuing to keep New Hampshire a well-organized, member-appreciative, and 2A-active state.”

Here are Margot and Kate, friends for over 10 years, teaching at a local pistol club.

Wednesday
Apr092014

Lambert For Congress - Announces Campaign Manager! 

Let me introduce myself - I'm Josh Davidson and I'm excited to be Gary Lambert's campaign manager.

It was an easy decision to come work for Gary. Those that know him know that Gary is a family man, a dedicated patriot, and someone with a vision for where our nation needs to go. He believes firmly in service to his country, limited government, and an economy based on freedom and opportunity.

Gary is the right man at the right time to represent New Hampshire's 2nd District.

Please feel free to contact me at anytime. I look forward to meeting all of you in the coming months as we work to send the Colonel to Congress!

Josh Davidson
Campaign Manager
Lambert for Congress

Thursday
Apr032014

Stay Work Play NH Adds Program Coordinator 

MANCHESTER – Stay Work Play New Hampshire has hired Shanon Hounshell of Enfield as the organization’s first Program Coordinator.

The Program Coordinator is responsible for growing and strengthening Stay Work Play’s presence throughout the state of New Hampshire by reinforcing existing relationships and cultivating new relationships, specifically with higher education institutions and college students.

Hounshell recently served as an attorney for the City of Dayton, Ohio, before relocating to the Upper Valley. She brings extensive experience in talent attraction and retention initiatives to the position, along with a strong communications background.

“As a new resident to the state I relied on Stay Work Play New Hampshire as a resource and quickly became involved in a volunteer role as one of the organization’s ongoing bloggers,” Hounshell said. “I am excited to grow my commitment and connection to the organization as I use my skills to build upon Stay Work Play’s current successes and assist in taking the organization to the next level,” she added.

Hounshell will begin the role immediately. She joins Kate Luczko who was named Executive Director in 2010. “We are thrilled to have Shanon join the Stay Work Play team and as a new position, it also demonstrates the growth of the organization,” Luczko said. “With a larger team and Shanon’s experience in talent retention, we will be able to have even more of an impact on NH.”

About Stay Work Play: Stay Work Play is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose mission is “To work collaboratively across New Hampshire to support ongoing economic, workforce, and community development by promoting the state as a favorable place for young workers and recent college graduates to stay, work and play, when considering employment and lifestyle opportunities.” Additional information on the organization can be found on the website, www.stayworkplay.org 

Monday
Mar312014

Second Amendment Sisters - NH Attorney Seth Hipple Named General Counsel

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Concord, NH: The Second Amendment Sisters are pleased to announce that Concord, NH-based attorney Seth Hipple has been named SAS-NH’s General Counsel.

Attorney Hipple received his Juris Doctor from George Mason University School of Law and is admitted to practice in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, the United States District Court and First Circuit Court of Appeals.  Equally impressive is his reputation as a tireless defender of personal liberty, one of SAS’s foundational beliefs.

We welcome Attorney Hipple to the SAS family.

Thursday
Mar132014

Carly Fiorina Joins Americans for Economic Freedom Advisory Board

AUSTIN - Americans for Economic Freedom (AEF) is proud to announce the addition of Carly Fiorina as its newest advisory board member.

"From small business owners to CEOs, business leaders have a deep understanding of the policies that help create jobs, opportunity and innovation," Americans for Economic Freedom CEO Jeff Miller said. "We are proud to have Carly's guidance on our board, and look forward to our continued efforts to promote policies that bolster economic freedom and strengthen the U.S." 

"As a businesswoman, I'm proud to stand with an organization that values and understands the prosperity that is created through smart economic policies," Fiorina said. "I look forward to working with AEF to increase our understanding of how to create American jobs and focus on economic growth."

Fiorina worked her way through undergraduate and graduate school, and began her business career as a secretary for a small business. She became the first woman to lead a Fortune 20 company, serving as chairman and CEO of Hewlett-Packard from 1999 to 2005. She was named Fortune's Most Powerful Woman in Business for six consecutive years.

Fiorina currently serves as chairman of both the American Conservative Union Foundation and Good360, the world's largest product philanthropy organization. She is one of the most recognized business leaders in the world, a conservative leader with real world results and champion of innovation, education, entrepreneurship and job creation. She is also an outspoken advocate for leveraging women as a resource to solve our most pressing problems. She is the founder of the One Woman Initiative and now serves as a Global Ambassador for Opportunity International.

Fiorina is also engaged in national policy formulation, serving as a senior advisor for the Center of Strategic and International Studies, where she is also co-chair of U.S. Leadership in Development. She is a board member of the Initiative for Global Development, and a founding supporter of the African Leadership Academy. She has also served on the Defense Business Board, as chairman of the CIA's External Advisory Board and on the U.S. State Department Advisory Group for Transformational Diplomacy. She has been a board member of Kellogg Company, Cisco Systems, Merck and Taiwan Semiconductor.

Fiorina received a bachelor's degree from Stanford University, an MBA from the University of Maryland and a Masters of Science in Business from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 

AEF operates as a 501(c)(4) that examines and promotes policies that work to create opportunity, and does not engage in direct political advocacy. Board members include Marc Rodriguez, chairman of the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Newt Gingrich, August Busch III and Dr. Art Laffer.