For Immediate Release
Posted: June 02, 2022

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Governor Chris Sununu Announces Membership of Governor’s Commission on Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Stalking; First Meeting Set for June 23

Concord, NH – Today, Governor Chris Sununu announced the members of the Governor’s Commission on Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Stalking. On April 11, 2022, Governor Chris Sununu signed Executive Order 2022-03 establishing the Governor’s Commission on Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Stalking following a recommendation from the Task Force on Domestic Violence Cases in the New Hampshire Judicial Branch recommending the Commission be reconvened. The Commission previously stopped meeting in 2013.

“We must keep victims safe and hold offenders accountable,” said Governor Chris Sununu. “Combating and preventing domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking remains a priority for my administration and I am thrilled these individuals have agreed to serve. We all share the goal of working together to develop, support, and implement initiatives that address the needs of victims and survivors.”

“We are very pleased that Governor Sununu reconvened the Governor’s Commission on Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Stalking,” said Mary Krueger, chair of the Governor’s Commission on Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Stalking. “This demonstrates a strong commitment to ensuring safety for victims and survivors in New Hampshire. The Commission’s multi-disciplinary membership will foster innovative solutions to respond to and prevent these crimes.”

Note: The Commission’s first meeting will be held on Thursday, June 23, at 10:00 AM at the Administrative Office of the Courts, located at One Granite Place in Concord, NH, Room 422. All meetings are open to members of the public and press.

Note: An earlier announcement with additional information on the Commission can be found here. The Executive Order establishing the Commission can be found here.

Announced Members of the Commission are as follows:

  • Mary Krueger, Chair, appointed by the Governor (Attorney - NH Legal Assistance)
  • Danielle Snook, The Department of Justice Office of Victim/Witness Assistance designee (Program Administrator - Office of Victim/Witness Assistance)
  • John Formella, New Hampshire Attorney General
  • Andrew Livernois, A County Attorney recommended by the New Hampshire County Attorneys’ Association (Belknap County Attorney)
  • Alyssa Kuehne, A circuit court prosecutor recommended by the Attorney General (Circuit Court Prosecutor - Nashua Police Department)
  • Lyn Schollett, The New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence designee (Executive Director)
  • Angela Wilkerson, A New Hampshire Bar Association designee from 603 Legal (Staff Attorney – Domestic Violence Specialist)
  • Dianne Martin, A Judicial Branch designee from the branch’s domestic violence standing committee (Director - Administrative Office of the Courts)
  • Ann Landry, The Commissioner of the Department of Health and Human Services or designee (Associate Commissioner – DHHS)
  • Jodi Nelson, A member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives as recommended by the Speaker (State Representative)
  • Sharon Carson, A member of the New Hampshire Senate as recommended by the Senate President (State Senator)
  • David Hobbs, member of New Hampshire law enforcement recommended by the New Hampshire Chiefs of Police Association (Hampton Chief of Police)
  • Janet Bouchard, member of New Hampshire law enforcement recommended by the New Hampshire Chiefs of Police Association (Hooksett Chief of Police)
  • Dr. Scott Hampton, A provider of Batterer’s Intervention Programming (Director - Ending the Violence; Project Coordinator - Strafford County’s Supervised Visitation Center)
  • Abbey Simon, A member of the New Hampshire Department of Corrections recommended by the Commissioner (Administrator of Behavioral Health and Sex Offender Treatment - Dept. of Corrections)
  • Robert Quinn, Commissioner of the New Hampshire Department of Safety
  • Andrea Bonito, The New Hampshire Public Defender’s Office designee (Attorney – NH Public Defender)
  • Edwin Kelly, member appointed by the Governor, (Retired Circuit Court Judge)