The president and CEO of the New Hampshire Association for the Blind, George Theriault, has announced his plans to retire at the end of 2015. The work of the association has been a passion of Mr. Theriault’s for nearly 35 years. Beginning as the agency’s first director of development, Mr. Theriault was responsible for many successful annual and capital campaigns that helped ensure the ongoing success of the association. In 1996 the board of directors appointed Mr. Theriault to the role of president and CEO. Throughout his tenure Mr. Theriault has worked tirelessly to advance the mission of the New Hampshire Association for the Blind.
“We will certainly miss George and we are ever so grateful for his years of hard work and unyielding commitment.” “The work that the Association does for New Hampshire’s blind and visually impaired citizens is critically important and we are very thankful for Mr. Theriault’s many years of strong leadership,” said Sue Manchester, current board chair.
The search for next president and CEO of the New Hampshire Association for the Blind will begin shortly. Interested parties should reach out to the board chair directly via email at NHABchair@sightcenter.org.