Kelly joined the IOD in August 2013 as a Senior Program Support Assistant for the NH LEND Program and Seacoast Child Development Clinic. Prior to working at the IOD, Kelly worked for 20 years at the UNH Crimes against Children Research Center (CCRC). In her role, she helped to coordinate and submit close to 50 grant proposals, organize and administer more than 15 conferences, edit and submit over 300 manuscripts and/or book chapters, and process close to 100 governmental progress/final reports. She lives in Newmarket with her husband and their two daughters. She has been a member of the Newmarket School Board for five years and was recently appointed the Chair. In her spare time she enjoys traveling the New England region, attending soccer games for both of her daughters.
The New Hampshire Disability & Public Health Project (DPH) is a collaboration between the New Hampshire Division of Public Health Services and its Bona Fide agent, the Institute on Disability (IOD) at the University of New Hampshire. The overarching goal of the collaboration is to improve the health and quality of life of people with disabilities in NH by strengthening the capacity of the state’s public health programs and initiatives to include people with intellectual disabilities and mobility limitations.
The NH and ME Leadership in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Program (NH-ME LEND) is a collaboration among Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, the College of Health and Human Services at the University of New Hampshire, and the Center for Community Inclusion and Disability Studies/UCED at the University of Maine-Orono. The purpose of NH-ME LEND is to improve the health of children and youth with neurodevelopmental disabilities by preparing leaders to enter the field of maternal and child health.