Members at Large
Sarah resides in Bradford, New Hampshire. Currently the Gallery Director for McGowan Fine Art in Concord, NH, Sarah has served on a number of boards and committees including the Advisory Council for the Currier Musuem of Art where she assisted on their Capital Campaign. She takes much pride in her problem solving skills and enjoys working through ideas to find solutions. Sarah’s prior Girl Scout experience includes attending Camp Kettleford in Bedford, NH and participating in several Girl Scout troops as a child.
Roz lives in Nottingham, New Hampshire. Most recently, Roz served as an Assistant Professor at the University of New Hampshire in Durham. She is a policy development and implementation specialist and an expert in social science statistics. While her most recent experience with Girl Scouting has been limited to supporting her niece's participation in the Girl Scout Cookie Leadership program through the purchase of Thin Mints, Roz was a Brownie Girl Scout while growing up in Brooklyn, New York. Looking back, Roz believes that the structure and regularity that Girl Scouts brought to the lives of the girls and their families in her neighborhood was invaluable.
Christina is a resident of New London, New Hampshire, where she, along with her husband Kevin and four children have lived for the last 13 years. In addition to her commitment to her family's needs, Christina is active in her community and has served in many capacities including: Girl Scout leader, Treasurer of a Cub Scout pack, Winter Activities and Activity Night Director for the Kearsarge Elementary School in New London. Prior to moving to New Hampshire to raise a family, Christina was an accountant in the Boston, Massachusetts area.
A lifelong Girl Scout who lives in Milford, New Hampshire, Anne Edwards served on the Swift Water Board in a number of capacities since 1997, completing her service to Swift Water as President from 2003–2007 and as Co-Chair of the Council Realignment Committee that created Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains. Anne graduated from St. Anselm College and Boston University School of Law. An attorney, Anne worked in two New Hampshire law firms and is currently an Associate Attorney General and Chief of Staff for the State of New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office. Anne is a Cub Scout leader and Committee Chair for Boy Scout Troop 4. She has served as the Chair of the Milford Ethics Committee since 2008 and continues as an active volunteer in her church. Previously, Anne was involved as a board member for the New Hampshire Women's Lobby and the Children's Connection. Anne is committed to our Council and sees the need for the Board to be very forward thinking and focused on strategic planning.
Alyson and her family, which happens to include two young Girl Scouts, live in Dover, New Hampshire. A relative new comer to our organization, Alyson has seen first-hand how much the Girl Scout leadership program has benefited her daughters. As the owner of Cause Solutions, a consultancy for corporations that wish to build or enhance their strategic Community Relations, Public Affairs and Corporate Social Responsibility effort, Alyson also works with nonprofit organizations seeking new ways to engage with and communicate to corporate partners. With her exceptional marketing, communication, and strategic planning skills, Alyson is looking forward to serving the members of our council as a member-at-large. Alyson has a Bachelor of Arts from Fairfield University, a Master’s Certificate in Nonprofit Management from George Mason University and a Master of Business Administration from the University of New Hampshire.
Tara manages an organic tomato farm in Thetford, Vermont. She has been active in Girl Scouting for many years, most recently serving as a Council Trainer-Community Learning Coordinator, Delegate, Troop Leader, Camp Farnsworth Volunteer, and has served on many event committees including the Farnsworth Weekend, Sister to Sister, and the 100th Encampment. At the Council level, she served on the Strategic Learning and Property Planning Committees. Tara has also served on various committees within her local community of Thetford such as the Thetford Academy Strategic Planning and Project Graduation Committee, and the TAPA group committee. As a member of the board, Tara looks forward to being a part of the bigger Girl Scout picture.
Judith Silverberg, PhD
A lifetime Girl Scout member, Judy was a member of the Riverland Council in Wisconsin beginning as a Brownie in 1959, earned her First Class in 1967, and attended Girl Scout West in Ten Sleep, Wyoming in 1970. She has been an active Girl Scout volunteer throughout her adult life serving as a leader and trainer. Judy has 35 years of experience working with natural resource agencies in Wisconsin, Connecticut and New Hampshire. A graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, she earned a Bachelor’s (Wildlife Ecology) and Master’s degree (Environmental Education) and holds her Doctorate in Natural Resources from the University of New Hampshire. Currently, she works for the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department where she is responsible for planning, implementation and delivery of wildlife education and viewing programs throughout the Granite State. Judy also oversees the department’s visitor centers and conservation camp. She has served on a number of boards and advisory groups and been an adjunct professor at several universities. She is the author of the NH Wildlife Viewing Guide and lives in Bow. Judy is the recipient of numerous state, regional and national awards. She looks forward to bringing her organizational, facilities management and educational skills to the board.
Don is a practicing financial planner with Morgan Stanley Smith Barney and specializes in comprehensive wealth management planning and understands that fundraising is one of the primary functions of a member of a nonprofit Board of Directors. He is active in his church and the Knights of Columbus Council, and was instrumental in establishing a scholarship fund. He’s currently organizing a fundraising concert which he hopes will draw an audience of 900. The New Hampshire Cultural Diversity Council’s mission is to increase awareness of the need for communication, understanding and respect among people of ethnically and racially diverse backgrounds. Don served on the Council for several years (2005-2007) as Secretary. Don credits being raised in a “melting pot city in New Jersey” with his appreciation for diversity and different perspectives. He also serves on the Nashua, NH Chamber of Commerce’s Political Advocacy Committee, which examines how politics affects business, and he is very interested in Girl Scouts’ advocacy efforts.
M. Lee Williams
A Girl Scout for more than three decades, Lee has held various volunteer positions at the council level, including serving as a past chair of the Investment Committee and was elected to the GSGWM Board of Directors as a Member-at-Large. She was appointed by the Board to serve as Secretary early in 2010. She served as Chair for the Finance Committee in 2011. Previously she led an international Wider-Op, was a delegate, has been a trainer, and served as program director and assistant camp director at Camp Seawood. For more than 20 years Lee organized and ran Operation Snowflake, a winter camping competition that serves 400 older Girl Scouts from across New England. She also helped organize the Senior Conference, a weekend of career exploration and sensitive-issues discussion for 300 10-12th grade Girl Scouts from Maine to Maryland. Lee is a past recipient of the Thanks Badge and is a lifetime member. Professionally, Lee is a wealth manager at Citizens Bank in Boston, MA, and lives in Exeter, NH.
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