AUNE’s Jack Calhoun Named to NH Community College System’s Board of Trustees

John Jack Calhoun, interim dean of Continuing Education and Community Outreach
and project director for Antioch New England Institute at Antioch University New England (AUNE), has been appointed to the Community College System of New Hampshire’s board of trustees.

Calhoun has served as assistant to the president for community relations at AUNE and as executive director of the Antioch New England Institute, responsible for development and program management of community-based, capacity-building programs.  He was previously executive director of the New Hampshire Lakes Association.

Calhoun is a member of Leadership New Hampshire’s class of 1995.  He is a director of the Harrisville Community Fund, a trustee of the Harris Center in Hancock, and  an incorporator of Monadnock Family Services as well as Home Healthcare, Hospice, and Community Services.

Calhoun was named Harrisville, New Hampshire’s, citizen of the year in 1998. He is a former member and past chairman of the Harrisville School Board and the SAU 29 School Board, a past trustee and board president of the Monadnock Conservancy, a retired trustee and past board president of the Apple Hill Center for Chamber Music, and a past member and chairman of the Harrisville planning board.

Calhoun holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of New Hampshire (UNH) and an MBA from the UNH Whittemore School of Business and Economics.

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