Bedford’s ARLNH announces new board member
Friday, April 25, 2014
Rozett is junior member
Roger Jean, chair of the board of directors for the Animal Rescue League of New Hampshire announced Kendra L. Rozett is joining the board as a junior board member.
Rozett was born and raised in Londonderry, attending The Derryfield School in Manchester, before moving to the Worcester, Mass., area for college. She earned a bachelor’s in global studies from Assumption College in 2004, and recently a master’s degree in organizational leadership from Nichols College.
Rozett has worked in information technology for 12 years and has recently joined the Wilmington, Mass. Police Department as their dedicated public safety IT/network administrator, allowing her to fulfill her dream of moving back to southern New Hampshire.
She now resides in Manchester with her German shepherd/pug cross, Tessie, where she is able to spend lots of time with her family, including four young nephews. Rozett is excited for the opportunity to have an impact on animal welfare issues in her home state.
Halle is regular board member
Roger Jean, chairman of the board of directors for the Animal Rescue League of New Hampshire (ARLNH) is pleased to announce that Jonathan Halle, principal with Warrenstreet Architects in Concord, is joining the ARLNH Board of Directors. In addition to a graduate degree in architecture, Halle has a degree in community economic development.
Halle has served on the board of the Concord Area Trust for Community Housing, and is currently the co-chairman of the New Hampshire American Institute of Architects Disaster Response Team; co-chairman of the NH Qualification Selection Committee; and co-chairman of Building on Hope, a volunteer-led team that rebuilds not for profits’ physical infrastructure. They are presently rebuilding the office of Opportunity Networks in Amherst.
Halle resides in Concord with his wife, two children and pets Bella (an English mastiff), Turbo (a rabbit) and PT and Joker (quarter horses).