Staff - Rights and Democracy NH

Staff

James_Haslam.jpg JAMES HASLAM, Executive Director

James co-founded Rights & Democracy after serving as the Executive Director at the Vermont Workers’ Center for over 15 years. He has extensive experience in running grassroots legislative advocacy campaigns, labor and community organizing. Contact: james@radvt.org

Anthony.jpg ANTHONY PROCIK, State Director

Anthony grew up in the Chicagoland area and graduated from Northland College. While living on the south shore of Lake Superior, they were organizing with grassroots and grasstops groups to prevent legislation permitting mountain top removal, open pit mining, concentrated animal feeding operations, the Illiana Tollway and the Keystone XL Pipeline. An AmeriCorps VISTA position at Southern New Hampshire University brought them to Manchester, where they began political organizing with presidential and issue campaigns in New Hampshire. Contact: anthony@radnh.org

Isaac_Grimm.JPG ISAAC GRIMM, Organizing Director

Since it's inception, Isaac has helped build RAD as canvass director, lead organizer, and political engagement director in Vermont, knocking doors around the state, building organizing teams, and then coordinating lobbying, coalition building and statewide electoral campaigns. Previously, he worked as co-canvass director with the Working Families Party and organizer for SEIU helping thousands of adjunct faculty form a union. A University of Vermont (UVM) grad and former Vermont Workers’ Center intern, he also worked as a high school social studies teacher in Cali, Colombia for 5 years. He can be reached at isaac@radnh.org

Kathy.jpg KATHY STAUB, Field Representative

Kathy is a lifelong resident of Manchester, NH. She has been a public education advocate for over 15 years and served two terms on the Manchester School Board. Contact: kathy@radnh.org

Heather_biopic.jpg HEATHER STOCKWELL, Grassroots Organizer

Heather has been a resident of New Hampshire for almost 50 years. She attended college in Boston and New York, only to return to New Hampshire after her studies. She currently lives in her hometown where she started her own family in the house she grew up in. She is one of the founding members of the Monadnock Progressive Alliance, a local chapter of Rights & Democracy NH. She aspires to apply what she's learned over the last two years by using these experiences across the Granite State. Contact: heather@radnh.org

molly.jpg MOLLY GROVER, Digital Communications Coordinator

Molly grew up in northern Vermont and has been a New Hampshire resident since 2016. When Bernie Sanders announced his presidential candidacy, she got involved as a leader in the online grassroots group Women for Bernie Sanders. Later, she wrote articles and produced graphics for online activism platforms such as the Trump Resistance Movement, The Talk on Main St, Act.tv, and Democrats.com. She is looking forward to making a difference in the Granite State. Contact: molly@radnh.org

Straw_Hat.jpeg CHLOÉ LACASSE, Media Production Coordinator

Chloé comes to Rights & Democracy through our Transgender Organizing Leadership Development (TOLD) program. She was introduced to RAD during an art exhibit featuring transgender artists in early 2017 and her work as an emcee and presenter at a variety of RAD's rallies has helped her find her voice. Chloé owned her own video production business for several years, producing compelling content for local businesses and non-profits alike. She is looking forward to creating inspirational pieces of media for RAD highlighting the people and stories of New Hampshire & Vermont. Together our collective voices will be heard. And together we as a community can bring about meaningful change for all. Together We Win! Contact: chloe@radnh.org

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