A retired professor at UNH School of Law and a member of UNH Prevention Innovations, Amy was the founding director of the school's Criminal Practice Clinic and currently directs the Legal Writing Program. She began her legal career in New York as a Manhattan Assistant District Attorney. Later, she worked as an Assistant Attorney General in New Hampshire before moving to the NH Public Defender's office in 1993. She served for ten years on the New Hampshire Adult Parole Board. Amy's teaching and research areas include Campus Sexual Assault, Legal Analysis and Writing, and Criminal Law. She has written editorials and spoken out on campus sexual assault, providing her perspective as both a rape victim and someone with first-hand knowledge of the criminal justice system.
Suzanne Carmichael, Vice Chairperson
Suzanne is a long time member of the GFWC Concord Contemporary Club, has served as Chairman General Federation of Women's Clubs NH Signature Project, and as member of the Nominating Committee. She has a M. Ed. and teaches English and Women's Studies and is the Mentor Coordinator at John Stark Regional High School. Suzanne's Coalition work began as a member of the Governor's Commission to study Sexual Abuse Prevention Education. She continues her work in Prevention Education as a member of the SVPAC/SB460 Task Force.
Susan Nooney, Treasurer
Susan Nooney, CPA has provided tax, consulting and financial statement services to a diverse group of nonprofit organizations for over twenty years. During this time, she gained significant experience in internal control design, grant compliance, donor restrictions, and federal funds auditing. Susan is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of Southern New Hampshire University and is licensed by the New Hampshire State Board of Accountancy and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and The New Hampshire Society of Certified Public Accountants. Before joining the board of directors, Susan served on the finance committees for both the Concord Red River Theatre, and the Coalition.
Tina Smith, clerk
Tina Smith has been a member of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs (GFWC) for over 10 years. She has held several positions, including GFWC NH State President. She currently represents New England on the GFWC Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Awareness & Prevention International Committee. Tina also serves as Fundraising and Development Chairman of GFWC in NH. Over the years, Tina has become increasingly involved in advocacy work and previously served on the Board of Directors for the Crisis Center of Central New Hampshire. She is presently the Volunteer Director of the Coalition’s Survivors Caucus.
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Ally Richardson grew up in Freeport, Maine and attended Gould Academy, a boarding high school in Bethel, Maine. She is a graduate of Lesley University having earned her B.A. in Counseling with a minor in Psychology. Ally started her career in project management, public relations and events working at Boston Sign Company and Greater Portland Convention and Visitors Bureau. For the past decade, she has worked in development at Tilton School, Phillips Exeter Academy, and Dartmouth College. In Ally’s current role as Managing Director of the Parents and Grandparents Fund at Dartmouth College, she oversees the fundraising initiatives and solicits a portfolio of donors. Ally lives in Auburn, New Hampshire with her husband, Jamie, and their dog, Winni.
Brian Harlow spends his time as an advocate for those in need. In 2011, Brian was selected to serve on the planning committee to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the Boston Globe's Spotlight series exposing the cover-up of Catholic clergy sex abuse in the Boston diocese. In 2012, Brian began serving as co-leader of NH SNAP, Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests. Brian has been an active member of Team Rubicon since 2013, which is a veteran organization aiding in disaster recovery and service projects in the community. These missions have propelled his service into other organizations such as Homes For Heroes, The Mission Continues, and NuDay Syria, which helps displaced Syrian women and children overseas. Brian has recently moved to Concord, NH to advocate for those in his home state affected by sexual or domestic violence, and stalking. Brian has testified and spoken in favor of funding for the thirteen crisis centers of New Hampshire as well as those impacted by the opioid crisis. In his spare time Brian enjoys spending time with his many nephews and nieces, hiking, and playing hurling.
David Bellman has been President and CEO of Bellman Jewelers since its founding in 1981. Bellman’s is a full-service retail jewelry operation located in Manchester, NH and has been voted NH’s Best Jewelry numerous times. David has served on multiple boards including New Hampshire Retail Association, The Mary and John Elliot Foundation, and St. Mary’s Bank where he serves as Vice Chairman. He is also the inventor of the AquaSonic Wave, a revolutionary in home jewelry cleaning system, and a graduate of Southern New Hampshire University.
Deb Mozden is the Executive Director of Turning Points Network, a member program of the Coalition, which is located in Sullivan County. Deb has been the director of TPN for more than 30 years. She has been an active member of the NHCADSV Participating Membership Council, has participated on various committees of the Coalition, and has been active in Sullivan County. Her community involvement includes collaborating on numerous local initiatives and boards, including the Greater Claremont Chamber of Commerce, and the Sullivan County Oral Health Community Collaborative. In 2021, the NH Department of Justice awarded Deb the Sandra Matheson Award, which recognizes individuals for outstanding commitment to improving rights and services for victims of crime in New Hampshire.
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Hilary brings her own brand of thoughtfulness and determination to every variety of legal challenge. In her litigation practice, she has experience representing clients before both state and federal courts and state agencies, including the Department of Labor, the New Hampshire Human Rights Commission, and the New Hampshire Motor Vehicle Industry Board, to name a few. And, her tenacity and expertise have already brought her clients several victories on appeal, representing pro bono clients before the New Hampshire Supreme Court, as well as survivors of sexual violence before the First Circuit Court of Appeals. As a labor and employment attorney, Hilary has honed her problem-solving skills to help find the best solution when faced with tough labor relations problems, and she frequently facilitates training on unlawful harassment in the workplace and serves as a neutral independent investigator. Whether inside or outside the courtroom, Hilary’s creative and collaborative spirit make her the steady advocate that clients need. When Hilary isn’t working, she can usually be found outdoors, either hiking or paddle boarding, and spending time with her family and lovable dog. She is also committed to civic service and volunteers for her local crisis hotline.
Julia Williams serves as a director at Mass General Brigham focused on strategy implementation and system transformation across the various institutions. Julia strives to ensure the health system is a truly integrated one, with a focus on patients receiving the right care, at the right time, and at the right cost. Previously, Julia was a senior manager at CVS Health on the health services team, and she focused on strategy and business development. Julia graduated from the Tuck School of Business in 2016 where she was a Reverse Board Fellow and Global Business and Government Fellow. As part of the Reverse Board Fellowship, Julia was able to join the Board of Directors of WISE as a non-voting participant. Prior to Tuck, Julia worked at GE Healthcare IT as a Field Marketing Manager and previously completed the GE Commercial Leadership Program, a two-year rotation within GE Corporate and GE Healthcare. Julia was an Economics major at Dartmouth College and is originally from New Hampshire.
Kathy Beebe, MS has been a leader in the field of sexual and domestic violence for the past 28 years. She served as the Executive Director at Sexual Assault Support Services (SASS) and in 2014 also became Executive Director of A Safe Place as the two agencies entered into a merger process. On July 1, 2015, SASS and A Safe Place merged into HAVEN where Kathy currently serves as the Executive Director. Kathy has a Masters of Science in Nonprofit Management and Leadership and has served on the Board of Directors of the NH Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence and the Strafford County Family Justice Center and Leadership Seacoast, and was appointed by former Governor Lynch to the NH Judicial Selection Commission where she served for three terms.
Lindsay Nadeau is an attorney at the law firm Orr & Reno, P.A. in Concord, New Hampshire where she practices civil litigation. While earning a B.A. from the University of New Hampshire, she received the Governor John G. Winant Fellowship from UNH's Carsey Institute which allowed her to intern at the New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence. She has continued to stay involved with the Coalition ever since. Lindsay served under New Hampshire Governor John H. Lynch for four years before earning a J.D. from the University of New Hampshire School of Law where she participated in the distinguished Daniel Webster Scholar Honors Program. Lindsay also serves on the Board of Directors of the New Hampshire Women’s Bar Association.
Michael Hauptly-Pierce is the co-founder of Lithermans Limited Brewery in Concord, and sells commercial and industrial water treatment systems for Secondwind Water Systems in Manchester. Michael was named Mr. Concord in 2019, after extensive work with such charities as Building On Hope, The Coalition to End Homelessness, Junior Service League, the New Hampshire Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence, and others. In his spare time, Michael writes the “Sips” column and longer feature articles for New Hampshire Magazine. He also performs in the band JAM TOMORROW, writes poetry, and occasionally works on his dystopian cyberpunk novel . Michael was raised in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Tina Smith, director of the coalition's survivors' caucus
Tina Smith is a board member, dedicated Coalition volunteer, and a tireless advocate for survivors of abuse. Tina is a pediatric nurse, a mom, an activist, and a survivor of childhood sexual abuse. Her advocacy has helped advance victims’ rights and has improved community efforts to prevent abuse. As a survivor of childhood sexual abuse, she uses her story and her voice to remind others that we need to stand together in solidarity to create change. Tina is a caring person who will share her experiences and insight with survivors interested in learning more about advocacy opportunities at the Coalition. You can learn more about Tina by watching her amazing speech at the 2020 NH Women’s Rally or in our Courage of Survivors video.
The 12 member programs of the New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence provide services regardless of gender,age, health status (including HIV-positive), physical, mental or emotional ability, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, socio-economic status, race, national origin, immigration status or religious or political affiliation.
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