Anthony Poore joined NH Humanities as Executive Director in 2018. Previously he worked for the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston in regional and community outreach and was Assistant Dean of Southern New Hampshire University’s School of Community Economic Development.
In Anthony’s 25 years of experience in the community economic development sector, he has worked as a practitioner, policy analyst, researcher and executive addressing the needs of urban and rural communities through participatory cross sector collaborative processes.
Past and current professional activities involve positions of strategic and executive leadership, community organizing, qualitative & quantitative research, policy analysis, and program monitoring and evaluation. In addition, he helps financial institutions and community-based organizations pursue community development lending and investing activities in pursuit of mutually beneficial public-private economic development projects and consumer-driven educational programming leveraging internal and external resources for maximum impact.
Currently, Anthony serves on the Board of Directors of the New Hampshire Community Loan Fund, Endowment for Health, Manchester Community College and NH Listens Advisory Boards.