board of directors
Meet Our board
Brad Davis is a well-respected attorney with over 17 years of experience in the legal field. He is admitted to practice before the New Hampshire and Federal Courts, and has successfully handled numerous trials and appeals, including appearances before NH State agencies.
Brad is a graduate of Castleton State College, where he obtained his degree in Criminal Justice. He also earned his law degree from the University of New Hampshire School of Law. Prior to becoming an attorney, Brad served as a police officer for the City of Laconia, NH for seven years. During law school, he represented indigent criminal defendants through the Franklin Pierce Criminal Practice Clinic. He also served as a law clerk to the N.H. State Employees Association, where he dealt with a variety of issues facing public employees.
In addition to his legal work, Brad is deeply committed to giving back to his community. He currently serves as the Chairperson of the Archways Board of Directors, where he works tirelessly to support the organization's mission of strengthening families and communities. As President of Archways Family Resource Centers, Brad is dedicated to providing resources and support to families in need.
In his free time, Brad is an avid motorcyclist, golfer, and hockey player/coach. He is also a firearms enthusiast and an accomplished photographer.
Overall, Brad Davis is a dedicated attorney and community leader who is committed to making a positive impact in the lives of others.
Donna Toomey, CRSW, is the CMS Certified Project Director at Health Market Connect (MHC). With over 20 years of experience in the field, Donna is a highly skilled healthcare navigator who is deeply rooted in her community in the Lakes Region of the United States. She reaches out to people wherever she can find them, whether it's at public meetings, town halls, schools, or even homeless shelters.
Donna is passionate about helping people access the healthcare services they need, regardless of their circumstances. As a navigator, she works tirelessly to ensure that individuals and families can get the care they need, even if they receive a pink letter or lose their coverage when the public health emergency ends.
At MHC, Donna leads a team of navigators who are committed to providing high-quality, personalized assistance to every individual they work with. She is dedicated to helping people navigate the complex healthcare system and to ensuring that they have access to the resources they need to stay healthy and well-informed.
Donna was one of the original founders of Archways; then known as Greater Tilton Family Resource Center, and a longtime proponent of prevention and rehabilitative services. She believes that all families are doing the best they can but some lack natural support and, in those situations, it is our responsibility to ensure the needed services and resources exist so that everyone can reach their full potential.
Lori-Ann Bolduc is a dedicated community banker and the Branch Manager of Franklin Savings Bank's Tilton. Before this position, she was a part-time personal banker then transitioned to a full-time retail trainer. Her promotion to Branch Manager came as a result of her exceptional service, coaching skills, and dedication to customer satisfaction. As Branch Manager, Bolduc's primary focus is on supporting the professional development of her team to ensure they provide extraordinary service levels to customers. She has been recognized for her outstanding service, winning a 2018 Vision Award, which recognizes individuals who make a difference with their customers and co-workers by embodying the bank's vision.
Bolduc is a committed community member and is on the Board of Directors for Archways. Michelle Lennon, Executive Director of Archways, has described her as an incredibly dedicated person and a phenomenal resource and thought partner for Archways' continued growth. She also volunteers at the Bread and Roses Soup Kitchen in Franklin.
Bolduc and her family have been residents of the Franklin area for nearly 25 years, and she is happy to give back to her community. She enjoys outdoor activities such as taking daily walks, hiking in Sedona, AZ, gardening, and cooking. She resides in Northfield with her husband, Mike, and has two children.
Andrea Jergensen, LICSW, is the Senior Clinician on the Behavioral Health team of Health First; a Federally Qualified Health Center that provides primary health care to anyone in the Twin Rivers and Lakes Regions of New Hampshire. After receiving her Bachelor of Science degree in Child Development from Colby-Sawyer she went on to receive her Master of Social Work degree from Wheelock College in 2013. Andrea has worked with a wide variety of populations including early intervention with children from birth to 3 years old, adolescents, and late adolescent to early adulthood. Andrea has primarily focused on working with at-risk populations who have experienced various forms of trauma and clients who struggle with substance use. Andrea enjoys using multi-modal approaches to her counseling while also utilizing a trauma-informed approach. Andrea also provides school-based services for clients as well.
She is a member of the NH Chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). As a member of NAMI, she is working towards certification as a therapeutic group facilitator. Andrea is passionate about providing opportunities to educate others on HealthFirst’s integrated behavioral health model and removing the stigmas associated with pursuing mental health treatment.
Andrea has been a welcome addition to Achways' Board of Directors. Here she is able to further give back to her community and lend her personal and professional resources to help further the mission.
Stephanie Wolff is a dedicated board member of Archways and currently serves as the Program Director of Franklin Partners in Prevention. Born and raised in Rhode Island, Stephanie has always had a passion for making a positive impact on the lives of others. Stephanie's journey in the field of psychology began when she pursued her Bachelor's degree at the University of Rhode Island, majoring in Psychology and minoring in Sociology. This academic foundation provided her with a deep understanding of human behavior and societal dynamics.
After graduating, Stephanie embarked on her professional career in the field of Residential Behavioral Health, where she worked tirelessly to support children between the ages of 5 and 18. Her commitment to providing compassionate care and empowering young individuals set her apart as a dedicated advocate. Driven by her desire to make a difference, Stephanie then transitioned to a role at a PHP (Partial Hospitalization Program) dedicated to helping children and adults battling eating disorders. This experience further deepened her understanding of mental health challenges and the importance of holistic care.
Currently serving as the Project Director of Franklin Partners in Prevention, Stephanie continues to channel her expertise and passion into creating initiatives that foster prevention and wellness. Her leadership skills and dedication to promoting positive change have made her an invaluable asset to the organization. In addition to her professional commitments, Stephanie remains an active member of the board for Archways, contributing her knowledge and experience to advance their mission of supporting individuals and families in need.
Stephanie's unwavering dedication to improving the lives of others, combined with her diverse background in psychology and program management, make her an exemplary leader in the field. Through her tireless efforts, Stephanie continues to inspire positive change and create a brighter future for individuals and communities alike.