2 named as trustees for Catholic Charities
Robert Gossett of Seabrook and James Coughlin of Bedford were voted onto New Hampshire Catholic Charities’ board of trustees, the non-profit social service agency announced Oct. 24.
Gossett, the owner of Gossett Consulting, has extensive expertise in insurance, financial resources and information technology. He has served on the board of directors for The Moore Center, corporate chair for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and works on the finance committee for the Heritage United Way.
Coughlin recently accepted a position at Dartmouth College as the director of New Venture Incubator Programs. Formerly, he was the CEO of ABI Innovation Hub in Manchester and is the co-founder of PlusGrace, an online fundraising and networking platform.
Coughlin brings expertise in social entrepreneurship and risk management to the board.
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