Jennifer has lived and worked in the New Hampshire Seacoast for over 20 years. Before joining the Chamber, Jennifer served as the Executive Director of Leadership Seacoast, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to develop a base of effective, knowledgeable, and engaged community members through the exploration of community issues.
Jennifer worked with New Futures as Deputy Director and Vice President of Administration and Programs and held roles with the American Cancer Society in New Hampshire. Prior to coming to New Hampshire, Jennifer worked in Atlanta with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and Battelle Centers for Public Health Research and Evaluation. Jennifer received a BA in Psychology from Ithaca College and a Masters in Public Health in Behavioral Sciences and Health Education from the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University in Atlanta, GA. Jennifer is a graduate of Leadership New Hampshire, was named one of NH’s 40 Under 40 by the Union Leader, and has served on several state and local Boards of Directors.
Bobbi grew up in Barre, Vermont and has lived on the the New England Seacoast for many years. She currently serves as the Member Services Director and is celebrating her 10th anniversary next year with the Exeter Area Chamber of Commerce (EACC). She brings 40+ years of customer service experience, 12 years of Chamber experience and has the most amazing rapport with EACC members. Her warmth and welcoming demeanor is truly the backbone of the Chamber.
Bobbi lives on Salisbury Beach with her husband Bob and has three adult children but her pride and joy is her four grandchildren: Bjorn, Mikah, Kaiden (triplets), and Xander (singleton).
Kim is a life-ling resident of Dover and loves everything the Seacoast of New Hampshire has to offer. She is a graduate of McIntosh College with a degree in Business Management and a member of the Leadership Seacoast Class of 2018. Kim was recognized as one of the 10 To Watch on the Seacoast in 2016, a celebration of young professionals who add value to their communities through local social and economic development. She also sits on the Advisory Board for SOS Recovery Community Organization.
If Kim isn't out in the community, she can be found walking on the beach with her dog Wallace, playing softball, and enjoying time with friends and family.