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  • Carr

    Carr

  •  Mongeon

    Mongeon

  • Ferber

    Ferber

  • Carr

    Carr

  •  Mongeon

    Mongeon

  • Ferber

    Ferber

  • Carr
  •  Mongeon
  • Ferber
  • Carr
  •  Mongeon
  • Ferber

LISA CARR retired from military service after more than 20 years and then decided to open her own Growth Coach Franchise in Epsom. The Growth Coach helps business leaders find success in business and balance in life. While most of the coaching is done through group workshops, Carr also provides one-to-one coaching, remote coaching via phone and web and special project coaching.

TOM MONGEON, a former Fortune 100 executive, joined The Executive Service Corps of Northern New England as its new executive director, replacing co-founder and longtime executive director Michael Daily. Mongeon’s experience spans nearly 20 industries, including industrial, aerospace, semiconductor, defense and renewable/alternative energies, energy efficiency and the electric grid.

CLAUDIA FERBER, director of Child and Family Programs at the National Alliance on Mental Illness New Hampshire, received the Appreciation Award from New Hampshire Partners in Service. For more than 30 years, she has worked in the mental health field in the state and is an advocate on behalf of children with serious emotional disorders.

DONNA WARD, an agent with EXIT Reward Realty in Pittsfield, received the Bronze Award by EXIT Realty Corp. International. The award was given in recognition of achieving more than 25 closed transaction sides from July 1, 2012, to June 30, 2013.

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