Easterseals Announces Promotions, Fills New Leadership Positions
Nonprofit organization moves to implement plans for integration and growth
Manchester, NH – Easterseals NH, VT & Farnum is pleased to announce several promotions and new additions to its leadership team. The staffing changes come as part of the agency’s multi-year strategic plan to integrate services and expand its community of care for people of all ages and abilities.
“We are proud to recognize the contributions of Kelly Wood and Amy Joslin with promotions to Senior Vice President, as well as welcome Kristen McGuigan and Bruce Bacon to newly created positions in key areas,” said Maureen Beauregard, President and CEO, Easterseals NH, VT & Farnum. “We look forward to the impact all will make as we coordinate care across our core programs and bolster staffing and retention of frontline positions.”
Wood, Senior Vice President, Controller, works on major financial issues and companywide strategies, maintaining the highest standards for Easterseals with the goal of furthering the organization’s mission and strengthening financial sustainability for the future. She has been with Easterseals NH for 12 years.
Joslin, Senior Vice President, Practice Management, focuses on the day-to-day oversight of Easterseals Veterans Count clinical services as well as reviews practice management needs in other departments providing clinical services across the agency. She has over 25 years of experience building and growing multi-provider centers of care, most recently as a practice manager with Wentworth Health Partners OB/GYN & Infertility and Center for Women’s Health & Wellness in Dover.
McGuigan, Senior Vice President, Early Childhood Services, develops, implements and monitors Easterseals programs and services for children and families throughout New Hampshire. She has 15 years of experience in clinical social work. McGuigan comes to Easterseals from Amoskeag Health, where she was Director of Integrated Health.
Bacon, Senior Vice President, Human Resources, sets, enforces and evaluates human resources policies, procedures, and best practices, and identifies and implements long-range strategic talent management goals. He brings over 30 years of human resources management experience to his new position. He formerly held positions as Deputy Chief Human Resources Officer for College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Mass., and Vice President of Human Resources at HP Hood in Lynnfield, Mass., among others.
About Easterseals NH, VT & Farnum
Easterseals NH, VT & Farnum provides exceptional services to ensure that all people with varied abilities and their families have equal opportunities to live, learn, work, and play in their communities. A leader in social services for individuals with disabilities and those underserved by traditional programs, Easterseals essential services and supports benefit over 19,000 people and their families annually in two states. Core programs include autism services, early intervention services, child development, housing, camping and recreation, residential and educational services, substance use treatment, transportation, seniors services, veterans services, workforce development, community-based services, information and referral services, and child-welfare services. Easterseals NH, VT & Farnum is a community of care for all ages, for all abilities, for life.