Due to the COVID-19 virus this program will be rescheduled.
Stay Work Play recently released a study highlighting the issues young professionals face here in New Hampshire. Join Will Stewart, Stay Work Play's Executive Director and Nathaniel Mortneault, Board of Chair of Catapult Seacoast, and Diamond LeGrande, a young professional who recently moved to NH, as we explore the issues young adults are facing and identify solutions that can be implemented here on the Seacoast.
Click here to read the story on SeacoastOnline.com
About Diamond LeGrande
A Virginian looking to experience the New England lifestyle, Diamond moved to Portsmouth with her 5-year old last year to hone their snow tubing skills and accents. She is the Membership Coordinator and runs the Kids Club for New Hampshire PBS in Durham. (And she wants to know if you watch and support public television!) She has previously worked as a customer service rep for a national insurance company, as a childcare provider, and at a group home for adults with disabilities. She has a degree from Reynolds Community College and is on the extended plan working on her bachelor’s degree. She loves Halloween and scary movies, showing off her new hometown, and cooking for a kid with an adventurous palate.
About Stay Work Play
Stay Work Play NH (SWP) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that was established in 2009 to further the 55% Initiative, support and advance several recommendations made by the Governor’s Task Force for the Recruitment and Retention of a Young Workforce for New Hampshire and serve as an independent organization to run a website and associated marketing effort regarding what New Hampshire can offer to the 20 and 30 year old demographic in terms of staying, working, and playing here.
About Catapult Seacoast
Catapult is the Seacoast’s young professionals network. Founded in 2006, Catapult’s mission is to educate, engage, and empower young professionals who live or work in the greater Seacoast area.