Board Chair, Sandy Alonzo
Sandy Alonzo possesses over 15 years of experience as a passionate educator who began her career with the youngest of children, as the Director of a Licensed Child Care Program in Coos County. Since October of 2013 Mrs. Alonzo has been a facilitator for the Soft Skills portion of the WorkReadyNH program; managed by White Mountains Community College. Sandy has over 14 years teaching adults in several different settings.
Sandy has served on the Board of TCCAP as the Board Chair since December 2013. She is proud to say that her volunteer experience began as a Candy Striper (Junior Volunteer) at Weeks Medical Center in Lancaster, NH while she was in high school and has continued in her spirit of volunteerism to date.
Mrs. Alonzo is a graduate of Plymouth State University with a BS in Childhood Studies, as well as Leadership North Country class of 2011.
When Sandy is not at teaching or volunteering, she is typically immersed in the beautiful mountains. She enjoys walking, hiking, and snowshoeing, most often with her husband.
Vice Chair, Anne Barber
Anne is a self-employed attorney in Conway, NH. She focuses her practice primarily on Family Law.
Anne graduated with a BA cum laude from Harvard University in 1987, where she received her law degree from Cornell Law School. Anne has been on the TCCAP Board for over 3 years, as well as serving on the TCCAP Cornerstone Board, and the Gorham Family Resource Center.
Linda Massimilla-State Representative
Linda (Grafton House District #1) is a longtimeLittleton resident and retired teacher. She is president of the Ammonoosuc Valley Retired Educators, has served on the Ammonoosuc Community Health Services Board and worked as an adjunct faculty member at Plymouth State University. As a legislator on the State/Federal Relations/Veterans’ Affairs Committee, her committee helped to formulate the idea of allowing long distance vets the opportunity of using any NH Hospital for their healthcare needs. She serves on the NH Canadian Trade Council and has helped to promote the North Country as a vacation destination for Canadians.
Board Secretary, Tricia Garrison
Tricia Garrison is a professional housekeeper and working as a self-employed entrepreneur. A single mother of three. In 2014, her second child was enrolled in Head Start, Tricia’s journey with TCCAP started as the Chair of the Head Start Policy Council, Chair of the Head Start Site Committee.
Richard is the newest edition to the TCCAP Board, retired Vietnam Veteran, with a B.A in Psychology & Sociology from New England College he is the former Director of Parks & Recreation for the State of NH. Previously serving as a North Country State Representative and Franconia Selectman. Richard is currently the chair of Cannon Mountain Advisory Committee, and a volunteer CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate).