Leadership change at Girls Inc. of New Hampshire

Girls Inc. of New Hampshire has named Sharron McCarthy its new Chief Executive Officer; she will assume the role on Jan. 6. McCarthy will replace Cathy Duffy Cullity, who is retiring after 23 years.

Under Duffy Cullity’s leadership, Girls Inc. of NH expanded its reach and impact. Girls Inc. has grown from one center in Nashua serving 40 girls a day to year-round centers in Nashua and Manchester with programs in more than 40 schools, serving 2,000 girls each year.

For more than 20 years, McCarthy served as the publisher & president of McLean Communications — a subsidiary of Yankee Publishing — which owns several publications including ParentingNH.

Girls Inc. of New Hampshire is a nonprofit organization for girls ages 5 to 18, and provides an experience that consists of people, an environment and programming that empower girls to succeed. For more information: www.girlsincnewhampshire.org.

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