Northern New Hampshire-
Tri-County Community Action Program, Inc. (TCCAP) is pleased to announce that Regan Pride has joined the Senior Management Team as Chief Operating Officer.
“Mr. Pride’s background in engineering, coupled with his knowledge of grant-funded programs and community based problem-solving makes him the ideal candidate to fill this position.” commented Chief Executive Officer Jeanne Robillard. “Regan brings extensive experience in fiscal oversight, public administration, and community planning to the Senior Management Team of TCCAP.” She further added that TCCAP has worked hard over the last six years to become a stable, sustainable organization. “We are very cognizant of our duty and responsibility to the communities we serve, and that it is incumbent on us to be good stewards of public and private funds. I believe the addition of Mr. Pride to the Senior Management Team will further that forward momentum.”
Pride originally hails from greater Los Angeles, California where he studied mechanical engineering at the University of California at Berkeley. Pride also holds a certificate in Public Management from the NH Bureau of Education and Training. His work experience spans the realms of aerospace engineering, manufacturing design, municipal management, public education, and community planning. He has served as the Town Administrator in Lisbon, NH, a planner at North Country Council, an adjunct instructor in the NH Community College System, and a technology specialist with SAU 35 in Littleton, NH. Pride has also served on several boards and committees, including the Lisbon Select Board, the North Country Council Board of Directors, the Grafton-Coos Regional (Transit) Coordinating Council, and the Lisbon Main Street Organization.
“I’ve had wonderful working relationships with CAP staff in the past in my role as a Town Administrator, and serving on the GCRCC.” says Regan “Community Action Programs represent the best in supporting healthy vibrant communities. At this stage of my career, using my skills and expertise giving back to the community is an honor. I look forward to working with the TCCAP staff and our community partners to improve our internal operations and enhance TCCAP’s capacity to better serve our clients.”
Formed in 1965, TCCAP is a private, non-profit corporation dedicated to improving the lives and well-being of Northern NH’s people and communities. In 2018, TCCAP’s 250 employees served over 25,000 Northern New Hampshire low-income families to become more self-sufficient. As a Community Action Agency, Tri-County Community Action (tccap.org) is committed to the Promise of Community Action: to change people’s lives, embody the spirit of hope, improve communities, and make America a better place to live. We care about the entire community, and we are dedicated to helping people help themselves and each other.