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Kelly works closely with the President and CEO on strategic planning, and she served as the liaison to our consultants, helping develop and communicate our 2013–2018 institutional strategies for the development and member services teams. She manages our largest fundraising events including the Annual Dinner, and she was the project manager for the award-winning redesign of the NEHGS garden & façade. She is experienced in account management and communications and will complete her MBA at Boston University in 2014. You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-226-1253.
Jim Viall is a lifelong resident of Massachusetts. He received his B.A. in History from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst in 2004. He joined NEHGS later that same year. Previously he worked for the Public History program at UMass and as a Certified Pharmacy Technician for Walgreens. Jim became Manager of Member Services in 2009. You can reach him by phone at (888) 296-3447 or by email at email@example.com.
Hope received her M.A. in History and Museum Studies from the University of New Hampshire. She is interested in material culture and interned in the collections department of the Old State House Museum and Strawbery Banke Museum. Hope can be contacted by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by telephone at (888) 296-3447 .
Originally from New Hampshire, Valerie E. Beaudrault joined the visitor services staff in 2002. In addition to visitor services, she assists in editing NEHGS eNews and in historical and genealogical research related to objects in the Society's object collection. She has a BA from the University of Massachusetts/Boston and an EdM from Boston University.
Valerie's genealogical research pursuits have focused on her family in New England, upstate New York and Quebec. Areas of specialty: New Hampshire, Upstate New York, Quebec with a focus on the Eastern Townships, newspaper research, some southern African American research (Liberty County, Georgia)
Sarah joined the Member Services team in July 2012. Previously, in 2010, she spent six months at the society as a Co-op from Northeastern University when she was earning her bachelor’s degree in History. Sarah also interned at The Mary Baker Eddy Library in the Research and Reference Services department. Her interests lie in furthering the role of museums and libraries in local communities, as well as in tracing her own family genealogy.