Welcome New Board Members Alisa Druzba and Mel Gosselin
Alisa Druzba of Concord currently serves as the Section Administrator, NH DHHS Rural Health & Primary Care. She has over ten years of experience in managing US DHHS, Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) funded projects and coordinating the State Primary Care Office and State Office of Rural Health projects.
Alisa collaborates and consults with local, state, regional, and national stakeholders and partners to develop strategies to improve quality of care in areas that include oral health, health care workforce development, and access to rural health clinics and community health centers.
Mel Gosselin of Manchester is the former Executive Director of the NH Food Bank. In her 13 years at the Food Bank, she oversaw a period of expansion that grew from distributing about 1.5 million pounds of food a year to more than 12 million pounds.
She served as national committee chair for Hunger Action Month, launching a national advocacy and fundraising campaign. She is the recipient of New Hampshire Business Review's 2015 Business Excellence Winner, and has been recognized for her efforts to not only feed the hungry, but to identify and eliminate the root causes of hunger.