Tammy Boucher

Leadership Program Manager

“As a 2002 graduate of the Leadership Greater Manchester, I have the distinct honor of being both an alum of the program and now the manager. I am grateful each day for the opportunity to meet and interact with the up and coming leaders of this beautiful city.”

Tammy Boucher is President of Boucher Public Relations and brings her more than 25 years of experience in marketing and communications to her role managing the Chamber’s Leadership Program.

Tammy is a magna cum laude graduate of the Honor’s Program at the University of New Hampshire in Durham. Tammy is the proud wife of Stephen and mother of Cheyenne and Cove. Tammy is active in the lives of her two children, volunteering for a variety of committees and activities in the schools and in the community, including the Pembroke Academy Bicentennial Committee.

What is an aspect of the Chamber’s work that you think is critical to the success of the community?

We bring a voice to the community. The Chamber is able to bring forth the ideas and concerns of the community in a powerful way that the businesses simply would not be able to do on their own.

Where is a place you would recommend people visit if they were new to Manchester or the region?

Dining at Piccola Italia Ristorante. The entire array of restaurants in the city is just amazing.

What is unique about your role at the Chamber?

As a 2002 graduate of the Leadership Greater Manchester, I have the distinct honor of being both an alum of the program and now the manager. I am grateful each day for the opportunity to meet and interact with the up and coming leaders of this beautiful city.

Other Team Members

Michael J. Skelton

President & CEO

Ann Makowski

Chief Financial Officer

Carolyn Leary

Vice President of Strategic Partnerships and Programs

Heather Avella

Membership Director

Lauren Getts

Member Communications Manager

Pat Hamel

Executive Assistant to CEO

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