Easterseals NH & VT Appoints Marie Poole as Senior Vice President of Property Management
Manchester, NH, January 1, 2024– Easterseals NH & VT has promoted Marie Poole to Senior Vice President of Property Management, effective January 1. Poole oversees all aspects of property and facilities management for the agency throughout New Hampshire and Vermont, including a new affordable apartment community in Rochester for adults 62 and older, a new residential education school under development in Manchester for Easterseals NH Gammon Academy, and a 15-acre military and veteran campus now under construction in Franklin.
“Marie contributes years of experience in leading affordable housing initiatives, and she understands the complexities of property management compliance and facilities maintenance,” said Maureen Beauregard, President and CEO of Easterseals NH & VT. “We are extremely fortunate that she was already an integral part of our team and was a natural choice for this new role. Marie’s expertise will prove invaluable as we continue to unfold our plans for property development to serve people of all abilities in New Hampshire and Vermont.”
Property management at Easterseals NH & VT was previously led by Chris Miller, who has decided to step back from full-time work but will continue as a consultant. In his three years with the agency, Miller ensured that Easterseals NH & VT was synonymous with successful project development.
Poole has extensive experience in the housing industry. She joined Easterseals NH & VT in 2021 as the Director of Housing and Property Management, responsible for establishing the housing and property management department. Previously, she held management roles at Alliance Asset Management, Keene Housing, the New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority, and CATCH Neighborhood Housing. Poole earned Bachelor of Science Degrees in both Organizational Communication and Human Resource Development from Ohio University. She holds certifications in Novogradac Property Compliance and as a Tax Credit Specialist from the National Center for Housing Management.
About Easterseals NH & VT
Established in 1936, Easterseals NH & VT provides exceptional services to ensure that all people of all abilities and their families have equal opportunities to live, learn, work, and play in their communities. Throughout New Hampshire, we are proud to serve the diverse needs of about 18,000 children, adults, seniors, military personnel, and veterans with a wide range of abilities and needs each year. Our comprehensive, outcome-driven services and programs cover early intervention, autism, intellectual and developmental disabilities, behavioral health, family and physical disability services. Additionally, we provide support and programs for seniors and veterans, as well as individuals with substance use disorder. We are inclusive and purposeful as we look to elevate people of all abilities.
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