NRRA Board Thanks Lisa Stevens for Her Board Service
The NRRA Board of Trustees would like to recognize and thank Lisa Stevens for her years of service to the Board. Lisa resigned from the Board of Trustees in June after serving on the Board for seven years, most recently as Treasurer.
When Lisa Stevens joined the NRRA board in 2013, she was the Treasurer at BCEP Solid Waste District, which serves the communities of Barnstead, Chichester, Epsom and Pittsfield. Lisa was later promoted to the position of District Administrator, which she currently holds. In addition to serving as NRRA’s Treasurer and providing input on NRRA’s budget and previously serving as Secretary, Lisa recently volunteered to serve on a working group of the Board tasked with reviewing salary and benefits for NRRA staff.
“NRRA thanks Lisa for her dedicated service to NRRA over the years,” said NRRA Board President Duncan Watson. “She’s truly been an asset and her presence will be sorely missed.”
NRRA Executive Director, Reagan Bissonnette, agrees. “It’s been a pleasure working with Lisa over the past year. Even as Lisa leaves the board of NRRA, she will always be part of the NRRA family.”
In July, the Board of Trustees elected Board Trustee Mark Richardson to serve as Treasurer until NRRA’s November annual meeting.