Lucy Lange, VP/GM of the Manchester Radio Group, operating five radio stations. She is originally from Buffalo, NY, and relocated to New Hampshire in 2008. She received a BA from the University of New England. Lucy lives in Bedford with her family and their FMAS cat, Smitty. Lucy is committed to the local community volunteering on the boards of easterseals NH, NH Association of Broadcasters, and Elliott Perry Foundation. Lucy’s enjoys cooking and traveling during her downtime.
H. Suzanne Beck
Suzanne Beck is a life-long animal lover who is currently owned by a schnauzer-mix rescue named Ollie. She works as Senior Complex & Emerging Risk Litigation Counsel for Liberty Mutual Insurance, and holds various undergraduate and graduate degrees from Middlebury College, Vermont Law and Graduate School and Husson University. Suzanne lives in Bedford with Ollie and her husband, has two grown sons and enjoys skiing, singing, watching basketball and hockey, cooking and paddleboarding on Lake Massasecum.
Michael Carignan lives in Litchfield, NH with his wife of 26 years, Aimee, three grown children and Lexi, a 14 year old rescued (she rescued us) Boston Terrier/Australian Cattle mix. He currently works at BAE systems in Nashua, NH as a Security Specialist. Michael retired as Chief of the Nashua Police Department in 2022, having served a 28 year career. He enjoys volunteering with many non-profit organizations and working to make our communities better.
Joseph J. Kenney (Joe) has more than 20 years of commercial banking experience, currently serving as the Chief Lending Officer at BankProv where he oversees the development and execution of lending strategies, playing a pivotal role in shaping the approach to commercial lending. Joe is known for his collaborative leadership style, fostering a culture of teamwork and empowerment within his teams. Joe is actively involved in community non-profit initiatives, having served on a number of local non-profit boards, reflecting his commitment to the community. He believes that giving back to the communities in which he works and resides is important to a vibrant community.