Beth Roy

November 30th, 2009 by CfRP

Date of Work: 2008
Project Partner: Various Partners in Plymouth and Holderness
Nature of Work: Riverfront

Zak Brohinksy

November 30th, 2009 by CfRP

Date of Work: 2008
Project Partner: US Forest Service & Appalachian Mountain Club
Nature of Work: Forest Cooperatives

Jodi Bartley

November 24th, 2009 by CfRP


Jodi Bartley is currently a Master’s-level graduate student in the Mental Health Counseling program at Plymouth State University. She already holds a Master’s degree in Educational Psychology, but hopes to embark upon a new career in counseling after PSU. At the Center for Rural Partnerships, Jodi coordinates major conferences such as the Northern Forest Higher Education Resource Network.


Office Phone: (603)535-3275
E-Mai: jbartley[at]

Cory Raynor

November 24th, 2009 by Bridget

Date of Work:  2008
Project Partner: Coos County Family Health Services
Nature of Work:  Finance Department

Farran Tileston

November 23rd, 2009 by Bridget

Date of Work:  Summer 2009
Project Partner: Colebrook Recreation Center
Nature of Work: Outdoor Program Coordinator

Anastasia DeFlumerie

November 23rd, 2009 by CfRP


Anastasia is a history/political science double major, and is working on a project gathering post secondary education resources and any other opportunities for the North Country of NH, but in particular resources available for the displaced mill workers in the region. She is working on this project with Ian Blakeney as well.



Office Phone: (603) 535-3275
E-Mail: atdeflumeri[at]

Ian Blakeney

November 22nd, 2009 by CfRP


Ian Blakeney is an Environmental Science major at Plymouth State University. Ian is working on a project that is focused at providing post-secondary education resources and opportunities to displaced mill workers in the Northern Forest region. He is working in conjunction with Anastasia on this project.


Office Phone: (603) 535-3275
E-Mail: iblakeney[at]

Marie-Louise Callahan

November 21st, 2009 by CfRP



Office Phone: (603) 535-3275
E-Mail: mcallahan[at]
Blog: NH Sustainable Tourism

Jesse McEntee

November 20th, 2009 by CfRP

Jesse_smallJesse McEntee is a doctoral candidate at Cardiff University’s School of
City & Regional Planning and PhD Scholar at the ESRC Center to Business
Relationships, Accountability, Sustainability, and Society. Jesse is currently conducting research that
examines rural food access and the associated impact of local foods in
Grafton County, New Hampshire. Over the past year he has worked with
researchers at the Center for Rural Partnerships to conduct this
research. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree (Magna Cum Laude) from the
University of New Hampshire (2003; Durham, NH) and a Master of Arts in
Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning from Tufts University (2007;
Medford-Boston, MA).”


Office Phone: (802) 922-2078
E-mail: mcenteej[at]

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