|Stephen A. Norton|
Steve Norton is the Executive Director of the New Hampshire Center for Public Policy Studies, a private non-profit and non-partisan think tank whose mission is to enhance and enrich the policy conversations on issues of critical importance to New Hampshire’s future. Prior to joining the Center in 2005, Steve worked for the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services, most recently as the State’s Medicaid director. Between 1990 and 1998, Steve worked as a Research Associate at the Urban Institute in Washington DC where he conducted health services research.
A native of Gilford, New Hampshire, Steve now lives in Concord with his family. In 2008 he was selected as one of New Hampshire’s 25 up and coming leaders by Business NH magazine. He is the former chair of the board of the New Hampshire Center for Non-Profits, a member of the Federal Reserve Board’s New England Public Policy Advisory board and sits on the Concord, NH Zoning Board.
|Daniel R. Barrick|
Daniel Barrick joined the Center as Deputy Director in November 2010. Prior to joining the Center, he worked as a reporter and editor for the Concord Monitor for eight years. While at the Monitor, he served as the paper's chief State House reporter, deputy city editor and night news editor, and coordinated the Monitor's coverage of the 2008 New Hampshire presidential primary. His reporting focused on the state's economy, economic policy, and the impacts of the recession. He was named the 2010 Writer of the Year by the New Hampshire Press Association. He is a graduate of Swarthmore College and has a master’s degree from Columbia University's School of Journalism. A native of New York, he lives in Concord with his wife and two children.
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|Dennis C. Delay|
Dennis Delay is the Economist at the New Hampshire Center for Public Policy Studies. Mr. Delay is also the New Hampshire Forecast Manager for the New England Economic Partnership (NEEP), a non-profit organization dedicated to providing objective economic analyses and forecasts. Mr. Delay has a thirty-year record of success in economic development, policy analysis, forecasting, regional business expertise and public speaking and is a recognized expert on regional and national economics.
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|Cathleen K. Arredondo|
Cathleen K. Arredondo joined the Center in June 2005. Cathy has almost 30 years of experience in business and customer service. She was the office manager for HAS Associates, Inc., a regional bank consulting firm, and personnel manager for a Nashua-based bank, where she also worked in various departments. Before joining the Center, she provided assistance to Collins & Associates, a regional bank consultant. Cathy holds a B.A. from Rivier College.
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