2022 CCNH Presidents’ Award Recipients Announced

June 3, 2022

Campus Compact for New Hampshire has announced the 2022 CCNH Presidents’ Award recipients. These outstanding students, faculty, staff, administrators, and representatives of local K-12 schools and nonprofits were selected by member presidents and chancellors for their leadership and vital work in their communities.

CCNH recently recognized award recipients at a virtual celebration that brought together campus and community leaders to recognize and celebrate their contributions. Attendees also heard from keynote speaker Alyssa Griffin, a student leader and Newman Civic Fellow at Plymouth State University, and Campus Compact’s new national President Bobbi Laur.

This year’s award recipients worked to strengthen communities across New Hampshire through education programs, food support, health and dental care, family services, and much more. Read on for the award recipients and for a link to full descriptions of their work.


This award honors a student or student organization that has made outstanding contributions to community and/or civic engagement efforts on their campus. Award winners have made service an integral part of their college experience in ways that have had a demonstrable impact.

2022 Presidents’ Student Leadership Award recipients:

Collin Kennealey, Colby-Sawyer College
Diana Alvarado, Dartmouth College
Renee Corriveau, Franklin Pierce University
Todd Gordon, Granite State College
Psychology Club, Hellenic American University
Global Culture Club, Keene State College
Charlotte Leto and Karla Belinsky, Manchester Community College
The Coalition of Occupation Therapy Advocates for Diversity (COTAD), Samantha Cangiamila and Olivia Ciechon, co-chairs, MCPHS University
Javaughn Taylor, New England College
Student Nurses Association, NHTI, Concord’s Community College
Eliana Jones, Plymouth State University
Amity DeAngelis, River Valley Community College
Camryn Santiago, Rivier University
Brenna Leach, Sant Anselm College
Areanna Lemon, Southern New Hampshire University
Team Cooke NoMADS, UNH Manchester
Catherin Slayton, University of New Hampshire
WMCC Culinary Arts and Baking & Pastry Arts Students, White Mountains Community College


The Presidents’ Good Steward Award goes to a faculty, administration, or staff member who is dedicated to campus-community engagement. Those selected have contributed professional expertise in service to the wider community and have significantly advanced public service on their campus.

2022 Presidents’ Good Steward Award recipients:

MJ Richardson, Colby-Sawyer College
Morgan Swan, Dartmouth College
Dr. Donna Decker, Franklin Pierce University
Christopher Johnson, Granite State College
Counseling Center, Hellenic American University
Liz Cahoon, Keene State College
Julie Patrikas, Manchester Community College
Dr. Cheryl Durand, PharmD, MCPH University
Dr. Stanley Horton, New England College
Perry Seagroves, NHTI, Concord’s Community College
Katie Wolsiefer, Plymouth State University
Kirsten Ullman, River Valley Community College
Professors Michele Moreau and Chesley Twombly, Saint Anselm College
Dr. Lowell C. Matthews, Southern New Hampshire University
Marie O’Neil, UNH Manchester
Jade Chalkley, University of New Hampshire
WMCC Bistro Staff/Culinary Arts and Baking & Pastry Arts Faculty, White Mountains Community College


This award honors a nonprofit organization that has partnered with a CCNH member campus to enhance community life in meaningful and measurable ways. Organizations in this role have developed sustained, reciprocal partnerships with a college or university to meet community needs.

2022 Presidents’ Community Partner Award recipients:

Kearsarge Neighborhood Partners, Colby-Sawyer College
Rindge Food Pantry, Franklin Pierce University
National Alliance on Mental Illness-New Hampshire, Granite State College
Boroume, Hellenic American University
The Daily Good, Keene State College
NH Food Bank, Lakes Region Community College
NH Migrant Education Program, Manchester Community College
Catholic Medical Center, MCPHS University
American Legion Post 78, New England College
Northeast Delta Dental, NHTI, Concord’s Community College
Best Buddies, Plymouth State University
ClearChoiceMD, River Valley Community College
Girls, Inc., Rivier University
Hillsborough County Nursing Home, Saint Anselm College
Families in Transition, Southern New Hampshire University
Manchester Boys and Girls Club, UNH Manchester
Cross Roads House, University of New Hampshire
NH Charitable Foundation’s Neil and Louise Tillotson Community Crisis Action Fund, White Mountains Community College

Learn more about the Presidents’ Awards and the work of this year’s recipients

CCNH Presidents’ Awards