MBK Nashua Leadership

Advisory Board

Meetings

  • 8-10 a.m.
  • 1st Friday of the month, quarterly - July, October, January and April.
  • Meetings take place at the Arlington Street Community Center

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
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Board Description

The Advisory Board under the purview of the Mayor, shall have ultimate responsibility for the affairs of My Brother’s Keeper Nashua. The Board’s role is one of strategic leadership in  implementing the vision, mission and core values of My Brother’s Keeper Nashua.

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Officials

 Mayor's Office - Kim Kleiner, Chief of Staff, MBK Lead, Member of the Nashua Community Conversation on Race & Justice

Advisory Board:

President  - Amanda Martinez
Vice President - Gloria Timmons, Board of Education,  President of Greater Nashua         NAACP, Secretary of the Nashua Community Conversation on Race & Justice,
Secretary - Jen McCormack, Director of the Nashua Public Library

Linda Gathright – Board of Aldermen, MBK Advisory Board, Southern NH Outreach for Black Unity, Co- Chair of the Nashua Community Conversation on Race & Justice

Bobbie Bagley – Division Director of Public Health and Community Services

Michael Carignan – Deputy Chief of the Nashua Police Department, Co- Chair of the Nashua Community Conversation on Race & Justice

Robert Cioppa – Director of Student Services & ELL for the Nashua School District

Shaun Nelson – Executive Director of Nashua PAL

Carol Baldwin – Executive Director of the Adult Learning Center

Paul Janampa – Parish & Community Outreach for Catholic Charities New Hampshire

Betsey Houde – Executive Director of The Youth Council

Mike Apfelberg – President of United Way Nashua

Allie Joseph – Executive Director of My Turn

Barbara Costa – Community Outreach for Lamphrey Health, Member of the Nashua Community Conversation on Race & Justice

Joseph Manzoli – Chief Operating Officer of the YMCA of Greater Nashua

Joe Boston – Executive Director of Maverick Technical Institute

Kurt Norris – Chief Operating Officer of the Boys & Girls Club of Nashua

Rachel Rendina – Founder of Discover Dance

Suzanne Harvey – Anyone Can Meditate, Member of the Nashua Community Conversation on Race & Justice


Arlington Street Community Center Committee

Meetings

  • 8:30 - 10 a.m.
  • 2nd Wednesday of each month
  • Meetings take place at the Arlington Street Community Center

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
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Description

The mission of the Arlington Street Community Center committee is to develop links between schools, parents, business leaders, and the community at-large through a community space where services are available to assist with the needs of every student and family. The ASCC property is located at 36 Arlington Street and is owned and will be maintained by the City of Nashua.

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MBK Community Collaboration Committee

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
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Description

The goal of this committee is to leverage partners and resources to work toward reducing violence among youth and providing second chances. Members will explore collaborative funding opportunities, share program data, successes and challenges, and provide support to strengthen services for youth. Oversight will be provided by the Chief of Police or Designee.

View Committee Bylaws (PDF)