New Members Guide Mission with Commitment to Community Engagement and Expertise in Business and Health Care
Southern New Hampshire Health (SNHH) announces the election of four new members to its Board of Trustees. The new Board members join Timothy Sullivan, Esq. who recently began his role as Board Chair, and Bobbie D. Bagley, MS, MPH, RN, CPH who is serving as Board Vice Chair. The Board of Trustees is responsible for providing oversight of decisions that impact the mission of the organization to improve, maintain, and preserve the overall health and well-being of individuals living in the greater Nashua area.
“Unwavering commitment to community engagement, and expertise in business, legal affairs, health care, and knowledge of Southern New Hampshire Health are clearly represented in our new members. The greater Nashua area and our organization are fortunate to have these talented individuals as part of our team,” said Colin McHugh, Southern New Hampshire Health President and CEO. “I can’t imagine a stronger group of experts and dedicated people to help guide the mission of Southern New Hampshire Health today and into the future.”
We are pleased to introduce Southern New Hampshire Health’s new Board of Trustees members:
Craig Fitzgerald serves as Executive Director for the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Nashua. Craig was born and raised in Nashua and was himself an active participant of numerous Boys & Girls Club youth development programs as a child. Craig enlisted in the U.S. Air Force after high school, serving first as a Survival and Evasion Instructor, then as a Pararescueman. As a Pararescue Team Leader, Craig led rescue teams into hostile environments to provide search, rescue, and medical care to severely wounded military and civilian personnel. Before his current position as Executive Director, Craig worked as a Consulting Practitioner in Accenture’s Talent, Organization and Human Potential Practice. In this role, he helped businesses successfully navigate organizational change, and managed all people enablement activities for numerous large-scale technology and digital transformation programs. Craig earned his B.A. from Dartmouth College, his MBA from Harvard Business School, and is a Purple Heart recipient.
Helen Honorow, Esq. has concentrated her practice with Barry & Honorow, P.L.L.C. on family law, and education related legal matters for more than 25 years. In addition to her role on the Board for SNHH, Helen serves as a Commissioner for the Nashua Housing and Redevelopment Authority; member and past president of the Rotary Club of Nashua West and Chair of its Community Projects Committee; Secretary and member of Gateways Community Services Board of Directors; Member and Vice President of the Board of Trustees for the Nutt Hospital Association; Member of The Huntington of Nashua Board of Directors; Member of Silverstone Living Board of Trustees; and she serves as Chair and Ritual Committee member for Temple Beth Abraham. She was named Nashua Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the year for 2020, and is a Rotary Paul Harris Fellow. Helen previously served as a member of the New Hampshire State Board of Education for 14 years. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Spanish, Human Services with an Education Certification at Washington University in St. Louis. Helen received her J.D. from St. Louis University.
K. Brian McLaughlin was born and raised in Nashua, New Hampshire. He is founder and managing partner of Granite Group Benefits, an Alera Group Company. Brian served seven years in the New Hampshire Army National Guard Mountain Warfare Unit. He received his B.S. degree in economics and finance from Southern New Hampshire University. He currently serves on the Veterans Count Executive Committee and Rivier University Board of Trustees.
Eitan Zeira has achieved recognition as a leader in technology and material science focused on printed electronics, photovoltaics, and medical devices. He holds over 20 patents in various technologies and has served in high level corporate roles assessing impacts of emerging technologies and creating technical roadmaps. He is currently leading efforts to develop a vaccine patch at DEKA Research & Development with potential global lifesaving impacts. Eitan has been active in the community as President of Temple Beth Abraham; Member of the Board of Directors for the Hollis Montessori School; President of Hollis Rotary Club; Town of Hollis Energy Committee member; a Big Brother, and Sunday School Teacher. Eitan holds a BS in engineering and MS in material science from UCLA.
Welcome to these newest members of Southern New Hampshire Health’s Board of Trustees, who join other committed individuals who serve on our Board.