Peter has lived in Lyme with Elizabeth Glenshaw and their three children since 2000. He has nearly 30 years of experience in higher education and health care as as an administrator, fundraiser, and communications professional. He has long-standing interest and experience in the development of new organizations and approaches to challenging social issues. Peter served six years on the Lyme School Board and was its Chair for three years, and served one term as a Trustee of the Trust Funds in Lyme. 



Kristin and her husband Bryan moved to Lyme in 1998, raising three children here. Kristin is the Director of Volunteer Services at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, having previously served in admissions at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, and in career services at Dartmouth. She has also worked in human resources for GE and student affairs and career services for Georgetown University and the University of Virginia. Kristin has served on the boards for the Hampshire Cooperative Nursery School and Lyme Nursery School and volunteered for the Lyme School.

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John is the Class of 1925 Professor in the Department of Sociology at Dartmouth College, which he chaired for ten years. He has also held faculty positions at the Copenhagen Business School, Harvard University, and the University of Wisconsin. He teaches and writes about politics and economics in the United States and other advanced capitalist countries. He has lived in Lyme since 1997 with his wife Kathy Sherrieb.



Mant Copeland and his wife, Nancy, have lived in Lyme since he graduated from Tuck in 1987. Until recently Mant served as CFO for WICOR Americas Inc., a subsidiary of WICOR AG of Switzerland. Their two children grew up in Lyme and attended the Lyme School. Mant served three terms on the Budget Committee and was an original member of the Lyme Recycling Committee, which started recycling on a voluntary basis and applied for the Foundation’s very first grant. He coached in the Ford Sayre ski program, and Lyme baseball and soccer for 10 years. Mant was also on the Lyme School Board, and treasurer of Friends of Hanover Lacrosse for several years.



Lisa Hayes was born in Lyme and lived there with her parents through college. She returned with her husband and two sons to Lyme in 2007 and they live in the same house Lisa grew up in. She was a committee member for the planning of Lyme's 250th Celebration. Lisa has also been a member of the Lyme School PTO as well as being active in many of the school activities and her son's sports activities. Lisa has worked at the Hopkins Center at Dartmouth since 2000.



Matt Prince is a graduate of both of Lyme’s premier educational institutions, the Lyme Nursery School and the Lyme School. After graduating from Hanover High, he left the area for 12 years, completing college and graduate school and then pursuing a love of travel and teaching, with jobs in Thailand, Colombia and South Korea. Matt returned to Hanover in 2003 as a social studies teacher, where he is still today. Matt and his wife Liz have three young children.



Meg Ramsden returned to the Upper Valley in 2013 to work at her alma mater, Dartmouth College, as the associate director of Alumni Leadership. Her volunteer roles have included serving as president of the Dartmouth Club of Rhode Island; on the board of directors of the Dartmouth Club of the Upper Valley and the Barrington, RI Boosters club; and as president of the Barrington, RI Middle School PTO. She is currently on the board of directors of YMCA Camp Belknap in Wolfeboro, NH. Meg and her husband, Chris, live in Lyme and have two children.



Jennifer grew up in Lyme and attended the Lyme School.  She left Lyme for high school, college and graduate school and then returned to work at Geisel School of Medicine. She and her husband Mark have two children who attended the Lyme School. Jennifer currently serves on the boards of Friends of CHaD, Alice Peck Day Memorial  Hospital,  the Pearl Dimick Fund and has returned for a second round of service on the Lyme Foundation board as the representative of the Pearl Dimick Fund. 



Mark and Martha Tecca, now in living Orford, have been a part of the Lyme community for more than twenty years, and all three children attended the Lyme School. Martha is President of CommunityCare of Lyme, and she has served on the Recreation Commission and the PTO, helped with music programs at the school and church, and been a leader at the Lyme Congregational Church, where she is now a Deacon. She works as a consultant in healthcare and community-based health and wellness, currently working with state and national organizations on strategic planning, program development, and performance measurement.



Walter Wetherell has lived in Lyme for 36 years with his wife Celeste, and, when not fly-fishing area waters or picking blueberries in his yard, he writes books.



Alicia Willette lives in downtown Lyme with her husband Jim and two sons.  She moved to the Upper Valley from Minnesota over ten years ago.  Alicia's dental office is located in East Thetford, VT.  While living in Etna, she drove through Lyme on her way to work for five years, admiring the activities in the Lyme community, before making the move into town.  Alicia spends most of her free time with her family who join in her hobbies of traveling and enjoying seasonal sports.



Daria received a Bachelor of Arts from Dartmouth College and a Master of Business Administration from Georgetown University.  She is a Consultant for Analysis Group, an economic consulting firm with offices in North America, Europe, and Asia.  After spending almost 20 years in suburban Washington, DC, Daria returned to the Upper Valley in 2018.  She and her husband Paul (Lyme '91, Hanover '95, Dartmouth '99) live in Lyme with their two children. Daria enjoys spending time outside, whether volunteering with the ski program, enjoying a hike, or working in her yard.