Hilary Holmes Rheaume
Hilary Holmes Rheaume is an attorney with Bernstein, Shur, Sawyer & Nelson, P.A. Hilary earned her J.D. from University of New Hampshire School of Law, where she was honored with the National Association of Women’s Lawyers Award as an Outstanding Law Student and a Schweitzer Fellow. Hilary received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Sociology from Ohio Wesleyan University. After college, Hilary served as a leadership consultant for a national organization. Prior to attending law school, Hilary worked in the Development Office at Dartmouth College. Hilary has returned to her hometown of Bow, New Hampshire to raise her five children: four boys and one girl.
Emma Sisti is a lifelong resident of Concord, mom of three current Woodside boys ages 8,6,and 3 and a public defender.
Emma has been on the board since 2013 and is currently serving as the Chair. Emma is committed to early childhood education and has been a strong advocate for expanding Woodside in an effort to serve more of the community. When Emma isn't lawyering her way around Merrimack County or chasing three small boys, she enjoys running, baking and coaching lacrosse.
Ashley Miller is an Audit Manager with Plodzik and Sanderson, P.A. Her responsibilities include performing audits of the financial statements of towns, cities, school districts, school administrative units, village districts, water precincts, federal grant programs, and special governmental entities. She is also responsible for overseeing staff auditor performance, staff training, client relations, software implementation and conversion, and apprising staff on technical and industry changes.
Susan is the Director of Operations and Finance at New Hampshire Health and Education Facilities Authority. Susan joined the Authority in September of 2017 after working with not-for-profit organizations in the greater Concord area for the bulk of her career.
Susan has worked in administration at Riverbend Community Mental Health Center and has served on various boards throughout her career including John H. Whitaker House.
Susan and her husband Paul ive in Epsom and have an adult son and daughter who keep them active living in two different states.
Sarah Duval is the Marketing Manager for Concord Eye Center, where she has worked for a number of years. In addition to her seat on the Woodside School Board of Directors, Sarah also volunteers on committees with the Concord Coalition to End Homelessness, and is a contributing author and Editorial Board member for Administrative Eyecare magazine, a national publication dedicated to the management of Ophthalmology practices. She earned a Bachelor of Arts from the University of New Hampshire. Sarah and her pre-teen son, John, reside in Pittsfield where Sarah grew up.