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Tracy S. Hall

President & CEO

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Hometown: Rumford RI is where I was born and raised; I moved to Nashua in February 1988 and have called it my hometown ever since.

Favorite book/movie/color/band/fun fact:

It’s impossible for me to pick a single favorite book, as I am a book fanatic and have 3,000+ books in my house (if I could, I’d live in a library or in Barnes & Noble!). My favorite color is emerald green, I love country music and classic rock, my favorite movies are Singing in the Rain and Roman Holiday, and a fun fact is that I lived in Italy for a few years after graduating from college and learned to ski, speak Italian (a skill I’ve now unfortunately mostly lost) and cook great pasta!

What was your first big success?:

My first big success was being recognized as one of 20 Professional Women of the Year by the RI Business and Professional Women’s Association after a year of so in my career in the Office of the Governor in Rhode Island.

What you love about Nashua?:

Everything! I love our beautiful old homes, our parks and the river, the great restaurants and shops, and the energy and vitality of our people. I love walking downtown and running into old and new friends. I love the interconnectedness of Nashua – a small town feel in a big city.

What does success mean to you?:

Seeing an opportunity – personal, professional, or community – and then setting a goal and creating a plan to turn that opportunity into reality, then traveling the path until reality is realized.

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Ashley Young

Director of Membership

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Hometown: Nashua, NH

Favorite book/movie/color/band/fun fact:

Artist: I am a music-lover so choosing just one artist or band is never easy. However, if I had to choose just one artist to listen to for the rest of my life, it would be the talented John Legend.

Fun Fact: I was fortunate enough to live and study in Australia for four months during college; an experience that I would recommend to any college student if they have the opportunity. I think it is so important to our growth as individuals to get out of your comfort zone! I also do a lot of painting at home. Family members are often getting paintings from me for special occasions!

Color: My favorite color is purple. I love anything that is purple!

What was your first big success? Planning my first big event for the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Lowell’s annual Holiday Auction event to raise money for the Club. This particular event raised nearly $30k more than it had in previous years!

What you love about Nashua? I am very lucky to have grown up in Nashua. I always tell newcomers to the area that Nashua is just small enough that you can develop strong relationships throughout the city, but big enough that there is always something new to explore! I look forward to watching Nashua’s community continue to thrive!

What does success mean to you?  I feel successful when I have not only accomplished a personal goal but have been able to influence others along the way. 


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Patrick O’Mara

Director of Programs & Events

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Benjamin DiZoglio

Marketing and Young Professionals Coordinator

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Hudson, New Hampshire

Favorite Book-
Harry Pottter

Favorite Movie-
V for Vendetta

Favorite Color-

Favorite Band-
Sigur Ros

What was your first big success?
I was the first in my family to go to college.

What you love about Nashua?
It’s people.


Laurey Isanski

Office Manager

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Hometown:  Willow Grove PA; I have lived in Hudson NH for 12 years

Favorite Movie: Anything Sci-Fi with lots of special effects

Favorite Band: Rod Stewart

What was your first big success? Getting promoted to a director position that spurred to my relocation to New Hampshire. I love it here!

What do you love about Nashua?  It feels like a small town with city amenities!

What does success mean to you?  Achieving my goals and helping others to achieve theirs.

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