Jeff serves as the President and CEO of Image 4, headquartered in Manchester, NH. Jeff has been involved with graphics arts, dimensional design and marketing for over 25 years, specializing in marketing and selling within the built environment. He is accredited under the Green Advantage Environmental Certification program and under the USGBC's LEED-GA program as a sustainable building professional. Jeff is acknowledged within the exhibit industry as a leader in sustainable thinking, projects and fabrication. He has served on industry committees to identify sustainability challenges within the exhibit industry, and to help develop process and standards around greening the industry. Jeff presents regularly to EDPA, TSEA and USGBC on green fabrication and project topics and holds two patents relating to green printing and fabrication methods particular to the trade show industry. Since 1987, Jeff has led Image 4 to be honored by INC magazine, Fortune magazine, the US Chamber of Commerce, and the Sloan Foundation for CSR-based management practices, and the challenging SGP certification for sustainable graphic printing. Jeff co-founded and subsequently directed the 501(3c) non profit Middlesex County Volunteers Fifes and Drums of Boston, MA and remains a member of the steering committee, serves on the Finance Committee of the BOD of Windward Flutes, Shelburne, NS, and the non-profit NH BSR, Concord, NH.
7 Perimeter Road
Manchester, NH 03103
Kevin Bowersox works for the Timberland company, currently as Finance Manager - Product Creation. During Kevin's tenure at Timberland, he has served as a Project Director for several of the company sponsored community service day projects and also serves as a Climate Champion. Kevin holds a BA in Accounting from Assumption College and a MS in Administrative Studies from Boston University. He is also a member of the NH Chapter of the IMA. Kevin and his wife reside in Hampton and spend much of their leisure time enjoying the NH outdoors.
200 Domain Drive
Stratham, NH 03885
1 Executive Park Drive
Bedford, NH 03110
As a member of Nixon Peabody's bank finance, financial services, mergers & acquisitions and securitization & structured finance practices, Mr. Hood recognizes the importance of businesses implementing best practices not only to benefit the company's profitability, management, shareholders and its employees, but to support socially responsible causes including the environment, economy and community at large. Not only an advocate of corporate social responsibility in the local business community, he advises clients on the topic and promotes the importance of it firm-wide. Mr. Hood has been featured in New Hampshire Business Magazines Law Handbook for his work in this area, and authored an article on the topic that will appear in an upcoming issue of the New Hampshire Business Review.
900 Elm Street
Manchester NH 03101
Debbie Hornor has worked in the non-profit sector for over 15 years and is presently the Community Obesity Policy Manager for the American Heart Association. Prior to that she was the Director of Distinguished Giving in Maine and New Hampshire for the American Cancer Society (ACS), New England Division. Debbie joined the ACS at the end of 2009 to manage the engagement and stewardship of major donors and corporate partners in Maine and New Hampshire with a focus on workplace wellness, planned giving and supporting sustainable needs.
Debbie is on the board of the New Hampshire Public Health Association and serves as a member of the Community Review Team for the Granite United Way in New Hampshire. Her non-profit experience includes income development, public policy, and direct service as a Regional Vice President with the American Heart Association, the Executive Director of the Smoke-Free NH Alliance and as Director of Community Building for the Monadnock United Way. She has received the New Hampshire Public Health Association's Friend of Public Health Award, the American Heart Association's Rookie of the Year Award and been named an Outstanding Woman of New Hampshire by Keene State College.
Debbie is an avid kayaker and lives in Concord with her husband, Bart, and children Camden and Ben.
43 Plymouth Drive
Concord, NH 03301
Matthew joined Dartmouth-Hitchcock as the Senior Community Communications Specialist in 2011 after 8 years at Vermont Law School counseling students interested in environmental advocacy and law. During that time Matthew also served as a NH legislator, one term in the House and two in the Senate. Matthew received his BA from Dartmouth College and JD from the University of Connecticut School of Law. Matthew lives in Plainfield with his wife Sarah, whose family owns and operates Edgewater Farm. Matthew serves on the Board of the Greater Lebanon Chamber of Commerce and has served on the Board of Centering Healthcare Institute.
One Medical Center Drive
Lebanon, NH 03756
579 Tenney Mountain Highway
Plymouth, NH 03264
Jenny Levy is the Director of Environmental Stewardship at Hypertherm, Inc. www.hypertherm.com in Hanover, NH. Hypertherm is an Associate-owned company that designs and manufactures the world's most advanced plasma cutting systems for use in a variety of industries such as shipbuilding, manufacturing, and automotive repair. Their vision and culture include a real focus on corporate responsibility. Hypertherm believes every company has an obligation to care for the community in which it does business. They have been recognized for their corporate social responsibility with the 2009 Cornerstone Award as well as the Best Large Company to Work For in New Hampshire in 2009. Jenny received her bachelor's degree with honors from Wesleyan University and an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. She also serves on the Board of the Friends of the Children's Hospital at Dartmouth and volunteers in the local schools and with other local organizations such as COVER Home Repair and the United Way.
PO Box 5010
Hanover, NH 03755
Sean Matulonis is Head of Finance and Operations at Schleuniger, Inc. in Manchester, NH. As one of the leading international manufacturers of high-precision cable processing machines, Schleuniger offers a wide range of equipment to fit a variety of processing needs from simple to extremely complex. Schleuniger strongly believes in giving back to the community. Through their Community Service Connection, employees regularly participate in various programs and activities to benefit the environment and our local communities. Sean enjoys the outdoors and spends much of his free time hiking, biking, and skiing.
North American Headquarters & Eastern Regional Office
87 Colin Drive
Manchester, NH 03103
Vince has been with New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NHDES) for almost 23 years, serving for the last 12 years as Chief of Planning and Policy and Quality Assurance Manager in the Office of the Commissioner. He began his career at NHDES in 1989, completing the agency’s first Hazardous Waste Capacity Assurance Plan, which ultimately resulted in the creation of NH’s first Hazardous Waste Minimization Program. Along with a colleague, Vince helped develop NH’s first Pollution Prevention (P2) Program, which included a Governor’s P2 Award and P2 Internship Program with the University of NH, also firsts.
Vince coordinates many of the department's internal management and measurement systems. He is currently the Administrator of the eight-person Planning, Prevention & Assistance Unit within the Office of the Commissioner. In addition, Vince serves as NHDES Quality Assurance Manager, Continuity of Operations Plan Coordinator, Performance Partnership Agreement Coordinator, Co-Coordinator of the Performance Partnership Grant, Strategic Planning Coordinator, Measures Coordinator, and one of the original creators of the Department’s unique Measures Tracking and Reporting System (MTRS), an innovative Oracle database which allows the agency to link its strategic plan, its operational plan, and its significant outcome and environmental indicator measures. He is a founding member of the DES “Green Team,” and manages the department's on-line Suggestion Box. He holds a customized Master of Science degree in Resource Management and Administration (a “Green MBA”) from Antioch University of New England, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Resource Management from Cook College - Rutgers University. He also recently successfully completed the State of New Hampshire’s Continuous Improvement Practitioner Certificate Program. Vince also serves as Secretary of New Hampshire Businesses for Social Responsibility.
He is married to Cherilyn, a 3rd grade teacher, and has two great kids, Rachel (18), and Noah (13). He loves sailing, hiking, camping and biking, and just recently completed his goal of hiking all forty-eight 4,000 foot mountains in the White Mountains of New Hampshire before his 48th birthday!
29 Hazen Drive
PO Box 95
Concord, NH 03302-0095
Yusi Wang Turell is the executive director of the Center on Social Innovation and Finance at the Carsey Institute, responsible for overseeing all Center programs and activities. Her research involves the social impact and institutionalization of community development financial institutions (CDFIs), as well as the national growth strategy of manufactured housing cooperatives as an affordable housing solution. Yusi teaches in the Master of Arts in Development Policy and Practice and the Certificate in Corporate Sustainability programs. She created and manages the Carsey Social Innovation Internship and advises UNH's Net Impact chapter.
Prior to joining the Carsey Institute in 2011, Yusi led new initiatives at Citizen Schools, a national network of volunteer-led apprenticeship programs for low-income middle school students. At Citizen Schools, she directed the design, growth, and evaluation of its national 8th Grade Academy and Alumni Services and chaired its Task Force on College and Career Readiness. Previously, Yusi worked as a strategy consultant at Cap Gemini Ernst & Young’s Center for Business Innovation, where she researched the application of complexity theory to business. She also has worked as a researcher at Harvard Business School and a civil engineer on Boston’s “Big Dig” transportation project. Yusi holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Princeton University and a master’s degree in technology and innovation management from the University of Sussex (UK) through a Marshall Scholarship. Yusi lives with her family in Durham, New Hampshire, where she has volunteered with the Town’s Economic Development Committee. She is a graduate of Leadership New Hampshire and LeadBoston.
Carsey Institute at the University of New Hampshire
73 Main Street, Durham NH 03824