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NHPR and CYPN: The Primary Partnership

This past New Hampshire primary season, there was a new sound that seemed to rise above the din that was 24/7 Primary coverage. It was the sound of a new partnership between between New Hampshire Public Radio and the Concord Young Professionals Network. The sound itself was actually an insightful and inquisitive chorus of voices […]

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A “Younger Professionals” Organization

The Radisson Hotel in Manchester had a busy Wednesday last week. The political pundits and media crowd that had occupied the downtown hotel leading up to the Primary were checking out, leaving a trail of coffee cups and shattered dreams in their wake. But the Radisson crew would have to turn the hotel around in a […]

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NEW Young Professionals Group in Northern NH!

A brand new network is emerging for young professionals in northern New Hampshire. The North of the Notch YP Network (NNN) was formed recently with the leadership of North Country Listens Project Coordinator, Courtney Wrigley, who helped to pull together interested core members to champion the new group. After a year’s worth of focus group […]

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Things Not to Do When Running the Elm City Challenge

On May 31st, I participated in the first annual Elm City Challenge hosted by the Keene Young Professionals Network. The Elm City Challenge is an adult scavenger hunt that has teams scrambling to find locations throughout the city using picture clues and riddles. My team was not the last team to finish, but we only […]

UVYP members staffing a water stop at the CHaD Hero Half Marathon.

UVYP: Upper Valley’s Hub for Young Talent

Wanting the dish on Upper Valley Young Professionals (UVYP), I recently sat down with Chair and Co-chair, Justin Loati and Markell Ripps, at the popular Hanover, New Hampshire restaurant, Market Table. Over a lunch hour Q&A, I learned more about the past, present and future of UVYP. For starters, we explored the meaning of “Upper […]