Barbara Tremblay

Barbara Tremblay: Barbara Tremblay from Keene, NH, is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Colby College (ME) and holds a M.Ed from Keene State College in Educational Leadership and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study in Educational Administration from Rivier University.  Barbara enjoyed a long career in public and higher education as a teacher and administrator.  She held a variety of leadership positions over 18 years in SAU#29 (Keene) including Director of Community Education, Assistant Principal and Principal of Keene High School, Principal of Franklin Elementary School, and Assistant Superintendent and Interim Superintendent; and she was Superintendent of the Mascoma Valley Regional School District (Enfield) for seven years. Earlier in her career she was Director of Adult Learner Services at Keene State College, and taught French and German in Maryland and Pennsylvania public schools and at Franklin Pierce University and Keene State. Over the years, Barbara has served on numerous professional and non-profit boards, including the NH DOE Professional Standards Board, Cheshire Medical Center, Impact Monadnock, and Cedarcrest Center for Children with Disabilities.  She is currently a trustee of the Keene Endowment Association at Keene State College and a member of the boards of directors of Monadnock United Way, RISE for Baby and Family, and the Ladies' Charitable Society.