At Connected Families NH, we’re proud of our
amazing team who work hard every day to help
families accomplish goals that matter to them.
Dennis Calcutt is the Director of Connected Families NH and the Monadnock Expansion grant. Dennis has 30 plus years of experience focused on children and families, with a particular interest in building community around youth mental health. He has a patient, collaborative approach grounded with humor and focused on human connection.
Dennis holds a Master of Public Administration from the University of Southern California and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Education from St. Vincent College in Latrobe, Pennsylvania. He also holds a core certificate from the Institute for Nonprofit Leadership and Management at Boston University’s School of Management. Additionally, Dennis is a New Hampshire Listens Fellow in the Carsey School of Public Policy at the University of New Hampshire. He lives in Francestown with his wife Tiffany and their three girls, Eva, Holland and Liesl.
Trinity Early is the Northern Regional Manager for Connected Families NH. Born and raised in southern Vermont, Trinity earned a B.A. and MEd from Elmira College in New York before returning to New England. Trinity made the switch in careers in 2017 looking to have a greater impact in her community. She enjoys having a direct influence on the connections among families and regional systems, but specifically likes troubleshooting and being creative when trying to narrow the gaps in service access for youth. In her free time, she enjoys raising her two boys, cheering on the Bruins, hanging with her cats, doing crosswords, project planning, and traveling around New England.
Roxanne Jack is the Southern Regional Manager for Connected Families NH. Roxanne earned her bachelors degree in psychology with a minor in education in 1992. Since that time, she has dedicated her knowledge and experience in the Human Service field to families throughout New England. Roxanne is native to Cheshire County having grown up in Richmond, NH. She moved to Connecticut to work with pregnant women in recovery and returned to the Keene area, where for 20 years, she worked with both adults and children with developmental disabilities. She joined Connected Families NH in 2018. Roxanne has a daughter in college and lives in Swanzey with her husband and two dogs, Chewie and Coco Chanel. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, kayaking, good chocolate, and spending time with family, friends, and her pups.
Dylana Shreckengost is the Program Assistant for Connected Families NH. Dylana grew up in southern NH and still resides there. She obtained an A.S. in Business Management from River Valley Community College in 2015 and a B.S. in Business Administration with a concentration in Human Resources Management from Southern New Hampshire University in June 2022. In addition to loving the business and HR worlds, Dylana has a desire to help people in any way she can. She is a firm believer that despite any differences and disagreements, people should always help one another and be kind. She enjoys the opportunity to indirectly assist youth and their families by working on the business side of the Connected Families NH program. Dylana loves music, cooking, seeking thrilling adventures, playing and walking with her rescue dog Mali, hanging out with her husband, taking care of her family, being a youth coach at her church, trying to make people smile whenever possible, and experiencing a little bit of everything life has to offer.
Chris Callahan is a Care Coordinator in the southern region. He grew up in Rindge, NH and has lived near Keene his entire life. He attended Saint Anselm College and Keene State and obtained his B.S. degree in 1993. He has worked in the human services field in the Monadnock Region ever since. He believes being an active listener while working towards positive outcomes every day is essential. Chris lives in Keene with his wife and has a daughter in college, as well as a son in high school. Two cats Thurmond and Klover make the home complete. He enjoys cheering on Keene High School athletics and all New England teams in sports. In his spare time, he enjoys traveling and being with family and friends.
Dan Carney is a Care Coordinator in the southern region. He spent his childhood living between Keene and Ithaca, New York, but has been a permanent resident of the area since 2014. Dan attended Keene State College shortly after returning to New Hampshire while also beginning his career in the Human Services field. He believes that positive attitudes lead to positive outcomes when working with teams, and that the ability to maintain a calm and composed approach while supporting individuals and their families plays a key role in laying that foundation. Dan’s favorite hobbies include hiking, fishing, and playing guitar, and he enjoys taking weekend trips with his wife whenever possible.
Carli Downey began working for Connected Families NH in October of 2020 as a Care Coordinator in the northern region. Carli earned a B.A. in Psychology at Colby Sawyer College in New London, NH. Carli believes that wraparound is such a unique process in that as a coordinator, one can individualize the process to meet the needs and vision of the family. In her free time, she enjoys spending time outdoors by the pool with her family, gardening, and hanging out in the backyard with her dog and chickens.
Carolina Enzler Stetson is a Care Coordinator in the southern region. She moved to the Keene area 5 years ago after obtaining her B.A. from Ave Maria University in Florida. She is currently a candidate for a Masters in Social Work from the University of New England. Carolina loves being a part of the Connected Families NH team and greatly enjoys working in a strengths-based environment. Her favorite role is working with families to help them find community resources and services that best meet their needs.
She is a great believer that there is a resource for everyone – we just have to be determined to find it. In her free time, Carolina enjoys being an active member of her community through various volunteer efforts. She also enjoys exploring the beautiful outdoors with her partner and their dogs, who they call “the little bears”.
Judy Ferraro is a Care Coordinator in the southern region. She began her work as a Wraparound Care Coordinator in 2018. Previously she had worked in private practice as a “transpersonal” therapist before working as a counselor in a residential substance abuse treatment center. Judy’s educational background has focused in humanism, multiculturalism, social justice, and comparative religious studies. She is a mother of a blended family of 5 children and thoroughly enjoyed supporting their individual academic and life journeys. What she most enjoys about her work is the opportunity to forge deep connections, understanding, and empowerment among the youth, families, and community partners working together to discover pathways toward progress. Judy enjoys spending time outdoors each day taking in the natural splendor the region has to offer.
Stephanie Fields is a Care Coordinator in the southern region. Stephanie joined Connected Families NH in October 2020. She offers over twenty years of experience working with children and families in education and human services. Stephanie earned a Master of Education in Higher Education Management degree from Cambridge College and a Bachelor of Science in Communications and Music degree from Northeastern University. She has traveled the world, loves to sing, swim, bike, and spend time with her family.
Jenny Garretto is a Care Coordinator in the southern region. She began her work as a Wraparound Care Coordinator in 2017 in the Monadnock region. Jenny grew up in Connecticut and completed her B.A. in Social Work at the University of Saint Joseph in West Hartford, CT. She worked in Connecticut as a school social worker with children with intellectual disabilities and was a trauma-informed manager for a youth program for children in DCYF care. Jenny moved to New Hampshire to start her family. While living in New Hampshire, Jenny worked as a case manager to provide hope and healing for youth and their families who live with mental health struggles. Jenny was inspired to create youth groups in the Monadnock region to provide a safe place for youth to connect and build positive self-images. In her free time, Jenny loves raising her two children, traveling, being with her family and her dog, photography, anything Disney, and practicing mindfulness. Jenny loves to be creative and positive in the work she does and strongly believes everyone is worthy of healing.
Lydia Goodrich is a Care Coordinator in the southern region. She was born and raised in the Keene area and loves the community. In 2016 she earned a B.A. in Psychology from Keene State College and began working as a counselor at an intensive residential program for boys in central New Hampshire. She also has experience working as a Behavior Specialist for an educational and behavioral consulting organization serving public schools. Lydia believes that everyone’s voice deserves to be heard and validated, which is why she enjoys working in the Wraparound program. She strives to make families comfortable in whatever therapeutic process and stage they are in and working towards. Lydia enjoys backpacking, traveling, yoga, gardening, and playing with her dog and cat, Emmy and Nelly.
Kaitlyn Gould is a Care Coordinator in the northern region. She has been providing Care Coordination in the Claremont area since 2018. Prior to joining the Connected Families NH team, she provided transitional services to at-risk youth in the Upper Valley and surrounding areas. She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of New England and continued her education locally obtaining certification as an Occupational Therapy Assistant, and Youth Development Practitioner. While not working she enjoys spending time with her family and dogs, running, and coaching youth sports within her community.
Molly Gray is a Care Coordinator in the southern region. She has many years of experience supporting and advocating for families and youth struggling with intellectual disabilities and mental health. She believes everyone has a gift; it just needs to be found. She loves that the NH Wraparound process helps youth and families find their strengths and possibly their gifts in the process. Her favorite part of the job is seeing change, not only in families but with the services and supports in the community. When not working she enjoys time with her family, her dog Bruno, and her cat Aloe. She enjoys, hiking, kayaking, paddleboarding, swimming, crafting, her Wells Beach home, and is always up to try something new. She also enjoys being involved with and supporting community activities and helping others.
Ethan J. Haddad is a Care Coordinator in the southern region. Born and raised in Southern Vermont, he completed a B.A. program in Psychology at Northern Vermont University. After college, he worked at a trauma-informed residential program for over four years before moving into his current role at Connected Families NH. In his free time, he loves to be outdoors, play sports with friends, get creative by playing music, eat chocolate, and travel.
Megan Herschel is a Care Coordinator in the northern region. She attended Seton Hall University and majored in Social and Behavioral Sciences with minors in Sociology and Social Work. Her favorite part of the Wraparound process is helping youth and their families discover their strengths and needs in order to achieve their family’s goal. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, being outside, and traveling. Megan is also an adult leader for a youth group for teenage girls that promotes confidence, leadership, and community service.
Angel Hudson is a Care Coordinator in the southern region. Angel grew up just over the river in southern Vermont. She received her BA in Psychology at Northern Vermont University and dabbled in the elementary education field as well. Right after college she settled in on the New Hampshire side of the river when she married her husband. She began working mainly in the education world right after college and believes everyone has a story to tell and she is willing to listen with a compassionate heart. She has two children, three adorable cats, two heifer cows, twenty hens, and one rooster. In her free time, Angel loves supporting her children in their sports and horse-riding activities and spending with friends and family.
Michelle LaClair is a Care Coordinator in the northern region. Michelle attended college at Lyndon State majoring in Human Services and has worked in the Human Service field for 10 years in various roles. Her favorite part about Connected Families NH and the Care Coordinator position is how the processes are family driven and individualized for each family’s needs and desires. In Michelle’s free time she enjoys spending time with her children, her husband, and their dogs, making memories, and engaging in outdoor activities as much as possible.
Alesha Lane is a Care Coordinator in the northern region. She was born and raised in Claremont, NH, and Windsor, VT. She enjoys raising her two children close to family and friends. Alesha is involved in her community and finds value in supporting individuals and families within her community. Her favorite part of NH Wraparound is how it is individualized for each family’s needs and desires. She completed her social service associates degree locally at River Valley Community College and hopes to obtain her bachelors soon. Alesha enjoys road trips with her family, the beach, and watching her children participate in the sports/activities that they love.
Brenda Martineau is a Care Coordinator in the southern region. Brenda began her position in March of 2021. Prior to that, she had over twenty years of experience supporting youth and their families both in non-profit and local public schools. She earned her B.A. with concentrations in Psychology and Human Development, Global Studies, History and Culture from Union Institute and University in Cincinnati, Ohio. She feels the best part of the wraparound process is how individualized each case is and that it is so focused on strengths. Her favorite part of the wraparound process is getting to know the youth and families that she supports. She is a proud mom of two adult children and is blessed with both a wonderful son-in-law and a daughter-in-law. When she is not working, she enjoys relaxing on the beaches in York, Maine, and St. Petersburg, Florida, collecting shells and flamingo décor, reading, and snuggling with her cat, Meeko.
Ashley Mills is a Care Coordinator in the northern region. She earned a B.A. in Criminal Justice and a minor in Psychology from the University of Massachusetts. She has been working in public safety and the human service field for 10 years in various roles. Ashley is excited to apply her experience and knowledge to support families and youths in the community. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, spending time with her animals, reading, and working on art projects.
Lee Mulloy is a Care Coordinator in the northern region. She earned a B.A. in Education and minored in Psychology with training in trauma within children. She has been working in the education and human services field for 10 years. After spending years in the human service field working reactively, she decided to make a career move to work with Connected Families NH, which supports families proactively. Her favorite part about being a Care Coordinator is building authentic systems in our community that truly support our families. When Lee is not at work she greatly enjoys being a backyard farmer.
Rachel Naugler is a Care Coordinator in the northern region. Rachel was born and raised in northern New Hampshire. Rachel earned her degree in Human Services from the College of Saint Joseph. The thing she likes most about the wraparound program is that we are a strength-based program. This allows us to highlight the positives within a family at a time when they are often hearing the opposite. Rachel sought the Care Coordinator position because she wanted to remind people of what they are capable of when life gets tough and they forget that. She loves the spark when she watches the families first see a positive change and their eyes light up again. Rachel enjoys raising her three kids, cooking, taking road trips with her husband, true crime shows, finding ways to do Random Acts of Kindness, loves anything Christmas, and cheering on her kids in their sports and activities.
Samantha Snide is a Care Coordinator in the northern region. She graduated from Springfield College with her Bachelor of Science in Human Services. Samantha grew up in New Hampshire and loves all the changes that the four seasons of New England have to offer. She looks forward to working with families and making a difference within her community, one family at a time. She enjoys reading any and all books, being outdoors, and spending time with her family and friends. Samantha loves to travel. The opportunity to experience and submerge herself in a variety of cultures and lifestyles has always been a passion. She believes that every person and culture has value and should be shared.
Ruzzel Zullo is a Care Coordinator in the southern region. He was born in the Philippines, but lived in San Diego, California for the first 13 years of his life. He has been a permanent resident of New Hampshire since 2003. He attended River Valley Community College before attending the New Hampshire Institute of Art. He began working in the human services field in 2011 as a major change to his previous employment and has loved being able to help those in need. He believes that teamwork and positive attitudes lead to meaningful connections and outcomes when working with teams, and that the ability to work cooperatively with well-rounded teams while supporting individuals and their families plays a key role in fostering that connection. Ruzzel’s interests include hiking, writing, photography, and enjoying the little things in life. He has recently gotten into traveling and experiencing the local culture of the places he visits.