I have recently announced my plan to run for City Council to represent Ward 4 of Concord, New Hampshire. I look forward to meeting with citizens in Ward 4 to discuss the issues that are important to you and your families, and your vision for our growing community.
I was born and raised in New Hampshire and my husband Alex and I both live and work in Concord. I have worked at the New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence since 2002, where I spend my time working on public policy initiatives that benefit children and families in NH. I am a member of the Board of Directors for several non-profit organizations in Concord, and I enjoy spending my time volunteering for various causes in our community.
I am running for City Councilor to make sure that our city makes smart decisions that help the residents of Ward 4 and Concord. If Concord is to remain a vibrant and attractive community, I believe we need to have a long term plan to address the changing needs of our expanding city.
In the coming months I look forward to meeting with the residents of Ward 4 and hearing your concerns and ideas about the future of our City and the challenges we will face. I ask for your vote on November 3rd at St. Peter’s Parish Hall, 135 North State Street as we move Concord forward, together.
Amanda Grady is both a leader in her community and in the field of victim's and children's rights. She began in 2001 as a legislative intern for the NH Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence (NHCADSV), the administrative office for the 14 crisis centers throughout NH that provide direct services for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking. Upon graduating from the Honor's program at Simmons College in 2001, Amanda served as an advocate through the AmeriCorps Victim Assistance Program. Read More ›
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Concord, NH 03301