SEED Elects Officers, Welcomes New Board Members
The Seacoast Educational Endowment of Dover (SEED) a non-profit organization that promotes academic excellence by providing innovation grants to Dover educators, recently held its annual meeting where it elected several new members and presented its officer slate for 2015-2016.
Newly appointed members include Jim Ault manager of international sales at DHL Express; Matt Cox, attorney at Burns Bryant, Cox, Rockefeller, and Durkin; Kelly Glennon, Vice President of Risk Management of Federal Savings Bank; and Brian Frankenfield, Senior Leader and Strategist for Long Term Care Partners of Portsmouth. The Dover residents will serve an initial three year term and join current members, Stuart Kahl, Beverly Shadley, Angela Carter, Bob Carrier, Karen Duffy, Carolyn Mebert, Allison Neal, Sue Vitko, Donna McAdam and Dorothy Hooper.
Recently selected officers include Stuart Kahl, president, Beverly Shadley, vice president, Jim Ault, treasurer and Angela Carter as secretary.
With these elections the SEED board of directors grows to 14 members working to complete SEED’s mission to create prepare Dover students for 21st Century needs. For more information about SEED head to http://www.doverseed.org.