Anderson, Vicky - Exeter
Berkles, Chanpheng - Newmarket
Berrien, Virginia (Ginny) - Exeter
Bourgoine, Amanda - Portsmouth
Bowley, Lee - Nashua
Charity, Richard - Exeter
Cloutier, Nicole L. - Fremont
Coon, Stuart - Amherst
Davis, Eric - Amherst
DiNapoli, Richard - Exeter
Egbertson, Joan - Amherst
Figueroa, Rebecca - Exeter
Gillis, Kim - Bedford
Gottwald, Sheryl - Amherst
Hall, Irene - Plaistow
Hall, Tricia - Stratham
Harris, Kate - Jefferson
Hartz, Shelley Kay - Dover
Higgins, Chris - Exeter
Kellogg, Marilyn - Kingston
Kennedy, Kate - Newfields
Lannin, Linda - Mount Vernon
Markmanrud, Jenn - Portland, ME
Marsden, Jim - Stratham
Marshall, Courtney - Exeter
Marshall, Stephanie -
Maynard, Tricia - Exeter
Mejia, Andre - Manchester
Merrill, Jocelyn - Goffstown
Miller, Gail - Amherst
Montroy, Rachel - Hopkinton
Pratt, Joan - Exeter
Roach, Kristin -
Sapiro, Robert - Wolfeboro
Serrell, Jim - Kingston
Shoop, Nur - Kittery, ME
Shortt, Melissa - Barrington
Thurber, Christopher - Exeter
Walker, Jucenta - Merrimack
We have an urgent need for individuals to assist with our Art & Poetry display travelling exhibit. This position requires assisting with installing the art an poetry display and take it down at venue locations. To learn about this project position and the work we are doing visit the Art & Poetry Display Travelling Exhibit
The Volunteer Coordinator's responsibilities include responding to inquiries from prospective volunteers, keeping a record of volunteer information and skills, matching volunteers to opportunities that suit their skills, and keeping volunteers informed of new opportunities within the organization.
Communication’s Manager ensure that RŪT’s members and the general public are kept aware of RŪT’s activities in an effective and timely manner. Implement a marketing and communications plan to ensure effective and efficient communication with internal and external audiences. Evaluate and report communication effectiveness.
We have several openings for event volunteers. Visit the event page on our website for a list upcoming events that need volunteers
Volunteer Project Manager with strong knowledge and understanding of project management life-cycle activities required to work on our projects. Visit our project pages for list of projects.
Join the Racial Unity Team and become an event photographer/videographer
Volunteer - June 2023
Joined the Racial Unity Team in the January of 2023 as intern while pursuing humanities studies at Great Bay Community College, majoring in Psychology and English. This after a work history of providing stellar patient care in the areas of internal medicine, pain management, phlebotomy, minor surgery.
In her letter of inquiry she wrote, "I would be honored to work with the Racial Unity Team toward dismantling individual and systemic racism in our communities, as this is something I believe in wholeheartedly."
Following the internship period Melissa explored the possibilities of continuing as a volunteer. We are delighted to have Melissa on our team.
Melissa resides in Barrington and can be reached by email.
Volunteer - June 2023
Retired Director of Civic & Community Engagement at Pingry School in NJ. will live FT in Dover. Volunteers at NHBHT. Runs social justice group at Temple Israel in Portsmouth is interested in working with students on the Arts in Action project.
we look forward to you joining RŪT .
If you wish to reach Shelly, who resides in Dover, email firstname.lastname@example.org and your email will be forwarded.
Volunteer - April 2023
Richard reached us through the CONTACT US portal. "He wrote
I’m a psychologist working toward reducing my professional duties and making room to pursue other projects. I’m interested in working with others to reduce the influence of racism in our culture".
Richard wants to reduce his professional hours worked and do hands-on volunteer work. Introductions with members of the project teams were made for Richard to help with Art & Poetry library exhibits, Indigenous Peoples Day, Juneteenth, and Frederick Douglass event.
If you wish to reach Richard who resides in Exeter, email email@example.com and you email will be forwarded.
Volunteer - March 2023
“My name is Amanda and I am a patron of the Portsmouth library that came across your brochure. Your mission and vision statements, aligns with my own beliefs regarding racial matters in this state and I would love to assist in any way possible. The minute I opened your website and saw "We aspire for New Hampshire to be a place where everyone belongs” knew this was an organization that I should be involved in. ”
Amanda is currently coordinating the New England BIPOC Fest and supports the Bookshelf Diversity - Lifting Literacy project.
If you wish to reach Amanda, email firstname.lastname@example.org and your email will be forwarded.
Joy Meiser Mendis
Thank you for your interest in joining the Racial Unity Team ( RŪT). Our amazing team of volunteers come from a variety of backgrounds--students, parents, educators, and people from many walks of life--and are passionate about building bridges, educating, and lobbying for change to grow a generation of Granite Staters who believe in equity for all and are adamantly anti-racist.
If you you are interested in becoming a Team Volunteer, please email
Joy Meiser Mendis at email@example.com
Exeter High School students assisting at the crafts table on indigenous peoples day celebrations.