Current Board - Serving from June 2018 to June 2019
Board members are elected at the Annual Meeting each year, for a 3 year term, on a staggered basis. If you are interesting in joining NHCRA's Board of Directors, please contact our President, listed below.
OTHER BOARD MEMBERS:
Board Member (Bios)
Briana Coakley, Esq., CFM
Jessica Ecker, Esq., CFM - Treasurer
Paul Lipnick, CFM
Retired from the US Postal service with 42 years service, Paul Lipnick served as a Labor Relations Advocate for the US Postal Service negotiating union contracts, grievance/arbitration proceedings, and EEO disputes as ADR representative. As a member of the Nation Association of Postmasters, he held the office of Postmaster Representative for the state association representing Postmasters as the Dispute Advocate between Postmaster and Management and held a National Office with the National Association for 2 years serving Postmasters throughout the US. Paul has been a mediator with the Nashua Family Mediation Program for the past 6 years and a Small Claims Court Mediator for the past 2 years. Paul mediates with Gate City Mediation Services providing Family and Divorce Mediation Services. In the Nashua area, Paul is involved in a variety of civic and community activities including Nashua Catholic Regional School Board, President and Secretary Church Council, President and Secretary of the Richard McDonough Scholarship Foundation, and President of the Nashua Country Club.
Teresa Mahoney-Mullen, Esq., CFM - Secretary
Anthony F. Matrumalo, CFM
Tony is a 1982 graduate of the Whittemore School of Business and Economics at the University of New Hampshire, and studied for a year at the Boston University School of Law. After a 30-year career in business, Tony founded Nutfield Mediation, LLC in Derry/Londonderry, New Hampshire. He is a 34-year resident of Derry, where he and his wife Susan raised their five children. In addition to serving on the Board of NHCRA and as its former President, Tony also serves on the New Hampshire Family Mediator Certification Board.
Keely Noyes, CFM
Marianne Rousseau, Esq., CFM - President
Marianne is the owner of Rousseau Law and Mediation, PLLC, a law Firm in Concord, New Hampshire. Marianne is a certified family mediator, a collaborative law practitioner and a Family Law Attorney who practices statewide in New Hampshire. In addition to Family Law, Marianne’s practice includes litigation of personal injury, workmen’s compensation, and probate matters. Marianne finds family law work deeply rewarding, noting that the mediation and collaborative process frequently keeps the parties and families in general out of litigation in the courts. She believes that mediation allows the parties to settle when they otherwise may be unable to communicate and permits them to be heard in a way often precluded by court litigation. In addition to her law degree from New England School of Law in Boston, Marianne has a Master’s degree from Johns Hopkins University Peabody Conservatory in classical guitar. Marianne is admitted to the United States Supreme Court and is also admitted to practice in Vermont. She is a member of the Vermont and the New Hampshire Bar Associations, the Collaborative Law Association of New Hampshire, NHCRA and the D.O.V.E. Attorney Network. She has served as a member of the Education Committee for NHCRA as well as Clerk of the NHBA Family Law Section.