CRC said goodbye to Executive Director, Laura Seyfried, last month. Laura spent the last 12 years at CRC building community partnerships and pursuing funding resources that have secured CRC’s future for the next several years. Laura has left a legacy at CRC, and we thank her for her tremendous work!
Lesley Dearhammer is also changing her role at CRC. She is transitioning out of her role as Administrative Assistant but plans to stay involved as a volunteer. Lesley is a powerful advocate and has established strong relationships with CRC customers. She is knowledgeable of local resources and passionate about the work CRC does. We are grateful that she will continue as a volunteer at CRC, when she is in Manchester.
What Laura and Lesley have built over the last 12 years is working well! Carol Wotring, the new Executive Director at CRC does not plan to make any major changes with current programming. Melissa Andersen-Licavoli has been hired as the new full-time Administrative and Volunteer Coordinator. CRC will continue to offer an open choice food pantry, navigator assistance with MIBridges benefit applications and renewals, referral to partner resources and direct assistance for utility/rental needs to keep you in your home.