Greater Nashua Habitat for Humanity Announces Three New Board Members

Greater Nashua Habitat for Humanity is pleased to announce the appointment of three new board members, Mary Ann Melizzi-Golja, Glenn DeNoble, and Jonathan Brown. Their diversified backgrounds and unique skillsets will be a tremendous asset to our organization.


Mary Ann is a speech pathologist and currently works for the Hudson School District. She brings over 20 years of experience in working with local government and youth services organizations, including serving on the Nashua Board of Aldermen and the Nashua Board of Education. She currently volunteers and serves on the Boards of other community organizations. Mary Ann believes that affordable housing not only benefits families, it also strengthens and increases the vitality of their community.


Glenn is currently the Director of Operations for Fulcrum Associates, a construction management firm in Amherst.  He brings almost 40 years of construction experience to the team.  He is also a local multi-family housing owner and real estate investor. He has volunteered to serve on other non-profit boards as well as serve in his church council.


Jonathan is currently the Clinic Director of Harbor Care Health and Wellness Center of Nashua. He brings 15 years of experience leading successful health care transformation in New Hampshire's health care community. He's served on a number of Boards and Committees in the North Country and believes in being an active community volunteer.

The 2021-2022 Greater Nashua Board of Directors are: President, Deb Chisholm of the City of Nashua; Vice President, to be determined; Treasurer, Nora Boyle formerly IT Director; Secretary, Tom Osgood, retired; formerly of Ace Hardware Corporation; Director, Stephanie Kane of Keller Williams Realty of Southern Nashua; Director, Deborah Stoodley of Merrimack County Savings Bank; Director, Eric Moore, retired; formerly of BAE Systems and 20+ years of GNHFH Core Construction Volunteer; Emeritus Director, Cindi Owning of Viking Roofing.


About Greater Nashua Habitat for Humanity


Greater Nashua Habitat for Humanity partners with sponsors, donors and volunteers to build affordable housing, provide critical home repairs and strengthen communities. Habitat homeowners help build their own homes alongside volunteers and pay an affordable mortgage, achieving the strength, stability and independence to build a better life for themselves and their families. Critical Home Repair efforts are tailored to address the need to keep homeowners safe in their homes who may be affected by disability, age or family circumstance.  Greater Nashua Habitat for Humanity is one of approximately 2,100 U.S. affiliates of Habitat for Humanity International. To learn more about or donate to Greater Nashua Habitat for Humanity, call 603-883-0295 or visit, like Greater Nashua Habitat for Humanity on Facebook and follow us on Instagram @HabitatNashua.


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