Throughout my life I have been somewhat resistant to change. I like tradition and feel comfort in things staying consistent. However, I have started to recognize that change can sometimes be a very welcome thing. Especially when it means growth and improvement! Indeed, there has been lots of wonderful change at Resolve New England (RNE) over the past couple years. And you are looking at one of these changes right now!
In 2021 RNE transitioned to a fully electronic magazine, which was exciting. We love the full color, accessibility, and clickable links of an e-magazine. But we knew it could get even better, so now we are using an even more dynamic platform. We hope you enjoy exploring all that this issue has to offer!
And don’t worry, the core parts of our RNE mission will never change – emotional support, unbiased information, and dedicated advocacy!
I love hearing from you so please feel free to email me anytime or write to us on social media!
Kate Weldon LeBlanc, Executive Director
In This Issue
RNE Executive Committee
- Jennifer Redmond, President
- Chrissy Hanisco, Vice President
- Lisa Rosenthal, Treasurer
- Mary Zanor, Secretary/Clerk
RNE Board of Directors
- James Connolly
- Robyn Gallagher
- Kerry Kavanaugh
- Jill Kniebel
- Aprill Lane
- Ben Lannon
- LaMone Downey Leonard
- LeeMichael Mclean
- Dana Solomon
- Aaron Styer
- Catherine Tucker
- Lauren Wilson
- Monique DeSimone
- Alma Berson
- Bonny Gilbert
- Barbara Wells
- Natalia Velarde
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