SEED Welcomes New Board Members
Elects Officers for 2017-2018
SEED recently held its annual meeting and elected three new board members – Matt Keane, Erin Tellez and Jim Munro – to serve an initial three-year term. The members also elected officers for the coming year: Angela Carter (president), Karen Duffy (vice president), Patrick Duffy (treasurer), and Sue Vitko (secretary). Returning board members include Bob Carrier, Matt Cox, Anna Frankenfield, Kelly Glennon, Natalie Koellmer, Donna McAdams, Ahn Murphy, Allison Neal, and Sue Sheehan. The board publically acknowledged outgoing member Dorothea Hooper for her years of dedication to education in Dover public schools.
A NH native, Keane is a Director of Enterprise Technology at Liberty Mutual where he has worked for the past 15 years. A Boston University graduate, Keane also serves on the board of directors for the Children’s Museum of NH. He and his wife Sharon reside in Dover with their 2 children, and are expecting a third child in August. Tellez is a registered assistant and office manager at LPL Financial, a Portsmouth investment advisory firm. She also assists her husband with marketing and administration duties for well-known Dover restaurant, Cinco de Mayo. A former Dover Main Street board member, Tellez resides in Dover with her husband and four children. Munro is the owner of MG Print and Promotions and a fine art photographer specializing in antique and low tech cameras. An active community member, Munro also holds board seats for Dover Main Street and the Rotary Club of Dover.
“Adding Matt, Erin and Jim to our board will bring new expertise and perspective to our hard-working group,” said Angela Carter, SEED Board President. “They will be great champions of academic excellence in Dover public schools.” Last month, SEED held its annual fundraiser where it raised more than $20,000 to fund future education projects across the district. If you would like to support SEED, please send a donation to SEED, 61 Locust Street, Suite Mailbox 236, Dover, NH 03820. For more information, visit www.DoverSEED.org.