New Members Join Board of Second Growth

Wilder — Three new members have joined the 10-member board of Second Growth, a nonprofit based in White River Junction.

Sue Shaw, vice president and commercial loan officer for Lake Sunapee Bank, has worked in banking and finance for more than 30 years. The Lebanon resident has extensive experience in fundraising, Second Growth said in a recent news release. Shaw is a member of the Hanover Rotary Youth Leadership Awards Committee and has served on the boards of several local nonprofits, including Good Neighbor Health Clinic, Good Beginnings of the Upper Valley, and the Visiting Nurse Association & Hospice of Vermont and New Hampshire.

Gabrielle Lucke is the director of diversity training and educational programs with Dartmouth College’s Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity. She has worked in colleges and universities for more than 25 years as an administrator, faculty member, health educator and counselor. Lucke, of Hartford, also works as a consultant with the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools.

Judy Houde Hardy, a special education teacher at Mount Lebanon Elementary School, has been active in education as a board member, volunteer and coach for more than 15 years. She lives in Meriden.

Second Growth provides support services for adolescents and young adults to help address substance abuse and violence and leadership development training for local high school athletes.