Goffstown - 7 July 2016: Crispin’s House Coalition for Youth is pleased to announce the recent addition of Deborah McCarter-Spaulding, Lisa Horne, Tamblyn Fuller-Gosling and Rebecca Goodwin to their Board of Directors.
Board President Al Baines stated “We could not be more pleased to welcome these four new members to our Board. We do important work in our community and I am confident that each of them will make significant contributions to our efforts going forward.”
Deborah McCarter-Spaulding is a nurse and a professor at Saint Anselm College. She moved from Massachusetts to New Hampshire after finishing a PhD in nursing at the University of Massachusetts in Lowell in 2007. Most of her more than 30-year career in nursing has been spent caring for childbearing families, and more recently in teaching maternity nursing to undergraduates, first at Boston College and now at Saint Anselm College. Deb is an active member of the faith community at St. Matthew’s church in Goffstown, where she learned about the work of Crispin’s House, and hopes to find a way to help support youth and families in this community. Deb is also the proud mother of an adult son and a daughter who is a rising senior at Goffstown High School.
Lisa Horne grew up in Goffstown and returned here to raise her family. She received her Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from UNH and her Masters of Art in Counseling Psychology from Notre Dame College. Lisa has been a school psychologist for 13 years, dedicating her life's work to understanding exceptional learners and assisting staff in developing unique and individual plans for them. Lisa and her husband have two boys who keep them very busy in scouting, sports & music. She works collaboratively with many social service agencies and looks forward to focusing her volunteer efforts on the work of Crispin’s House.
Tamblyn Fuller-Gosling is an attorney at Gosling Law & Mediation on North Mast Street in Goffstown which she opened in 1995. She graduated from New England College in 1982 and Franklin Pierce Law in 1992 and specializes in Family and Probate Law. Tammy is also a Certified Family Mediator for the New Hampshire court system and a strong advocate of resolving differences through mediation. She brings her extensive legal background and interest in Juvenile Justice to her work on the Board. Tammy has lived in Goffstown since 1988 and is the mother of one adult son, James. She attends St. Matthew’s Church and enjoys yoga, hiking, boating and other local interests in her spare time.
Rebecca Goodwin grew up in Goffstown and now resides in New Boston with her husband, Chuck and two boys, Jonah and Tommy. She earned her master’s in theological studies from Harvard Divinity School and is a published author in the field of religion and spirituality. She is currently employed as an educator at New England College and All Saints’ Episcopal Church and is passionate about youth work, particularly middle and high school kids. She looks forward to being involved with Crispin’s House to make a meaningful difference in the lives of teens in her community, particularly on the issue of substance misuse prevention. She is passionate about ecology and anything to do with the outdoors, particularly mountain biking, hiking, climbing and spending time in her hobby farm.
For more information about Crispin’s House Coalition for Youth and our programs please call Executive Director Dian McCarthy at 497-3499, or visit our website at www.crispinshouse.org.
Dian McCarthy, CHCY Executive Director, 497-3499
Al Baines, Board President, 759-4986