Peer Impact Networks


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Member-only peer-driven groups, where professionals come together to drive transformation across their organizations in sustainability, human-centered workplaces, supply chain relations, and all functional departments. We understand the importance of collective action and collaboration in tackling challenges, and our mission is to empower our members with the knowledge, tools, and connections they need to achieve increasingly ambitious goals.

Our Membership Approach

Peer-Led Exchanges: Our peer impact groups are designed to facilitate meaningful and impactful exchanges among professionals who share similar passions and responsibilities. Through peer-driven discussions, best practice sharing, and interactive workshops, members learn from each other's experiences, gaining valuable insights that inform their strategies. (initially launched through facilitated discussions)

Network Expansion:  Our peer impact groups offer an unparalleled opportunity to connect with like-minded professionals from diverse industries, fostering cross-sector collaborations and expanding each member's network of contacts and potential partners.

Quarterly Meetings:  Initial meeting is to be in person and Peer Impact Network’s general discussion rules where meeting dates and times are to be decided. Meetings will be hosted by a professional facilitator.

By coming together, our members amplify their individual efforts and influence, driving change not only within their organizations but also across entire industries and sectors.




Erin Allgood, Allgood Strategies, NHBSR Peer Impact Network- Environmental Sustainability Group

Erin Allgood works with organizations and individuals who give a damn to create real impact. As the founder of Allgood Strategies, Erin focuses on catalyzing social change at the systems, organizational, and individual levels. Her services include facilitation, strategic planning, organizational development, and leadership coaching.

Erin is a recent fellow in the Leadership for Sustainability program at UVM, and holds a Masters degree in Nutritional Sciences (UNH) and a Bachelors degree in Biochemistry (Wheaton College MA). She also has certificates in Sustainable Food Systems and Sustainable Business. Her consulting career started in food systems and has evolved to focus on organizations creating significant social impact through their work and doing it in a way that centers on principles of diversity, equity, inclusion, justice, accessibility, and sustainability.

Erin currently resides in the Seacoast region of NH where she volunteers her time as an advisor to progressive organizations such as Post-Landfill Action Network and 350NH. She is a community partner to the Affirming Spaces Project, an organization dedicated to helping local businesses and organizations create more welcoming and affirming spaces for all. Erin is a former City of Dover Planning Board member and a graduate of Leadership Seacoast (class of 2016) and New Leaders Council (class of 2019).


Trinnie Houghton, CEO, Leadership & Team Coach, Ripple Effect Studio, NHBSR Peer Impact Network, HR Group

Trinnie specializes in team dynamics, communication, relationship management, systems thinking, and leader well-being. She partners with organizations that focus on the sustainability of leaders and their teams. Clients have reported more authentic connection, new ways of understanding and knowing, awakened compassion, and a sense of renewal.

Trinnie came to develop her coaching practice after many years as an attorney with the best of Boston law firms. She combines both analytics and heart into an embodied leader approach. She also holds an advanced coaching certificate for organizational and relationship systems (team) coaching. Being half-European, Trinnie is sensitive to different cultures and works exceptionally well with global teams, particularly facilitating workshops and coaching clients in Europe and Asia.

For over 15 years, Trinnie has coached leadership teams, C-suite and senior-level executives, partners, and emerging leaders in corporate and nonprofit sectors. She has also created and conducted conscious leadership development programs across New Hampshire. Additionally, Trinnie has been adjunct faculty at Southern New Hampshire University’s Graduate Business School, teaching Leadership and Human Behavior in Organizations classes.


Ground Rules:

  1. The Peer Impact Network is designed by job function. The participant has to be responsible or directly involved in this function within the organization. 
  2. Chatham House Rule: participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant, may be revealed.
  3. The group will decide when to allow new participants to join if space is available.
  4. Active participation: attendance is required in both in-person and virtual meetings; absences would disqualify the participant from further participation. Subscription fees are non-refundable.
  5. Mutual respect.
  6. Powerful communication.

Membership Fees:

$600 Annual Fee per participant,

Deadline to apply: September 29th, 2023 (Groups limited to 18 members)

If the registration fee is a barrier reach out to, we are in the process of seeking sponsorships for smaller organizations. If you would like to sponsor a smaller organization please inform us. 

Max two representatives from one organization to participate. 

Participants have to be selected and named upon joining the network. Participants have to be leaders or directly involved in the function of the Peer Impact Network. 

The two Peer Impact Networks launched in Fall of 2023 (with more to come in the future) are: 

  • Environmental Sustainability Group
  • HR Group


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Contact: Zeina Eyceoz