Board of Directors
President and CFO, Samus Therapeutics
Dick Bagley began his career in the pharmaceutical industry 45 years ago in product management at SmithKline. Since then he was President of ER Squibb US before switching to the biotechnology industry, serving in chief executive roles at ImmuLogic, ProScript, AltaRex and as President/COO/CFO of Ziopharm. He was responsible for the product launchings of Tagamet, Capoten, Pravachol, and led the funding of Velcade at ProScript. He also served on an advisory committee at MD Anderson Cancer Center, a former member of the Board at the Fox Chase Cancer Center and a founding Director of BIO (Biotechnology Industry Organization).
Sales Manager, New Center Maine Media
Kyle brings a proven record as a professional communicator and creating long-term beneficial business relationships. He worked for Comcast Spotlight for a period of four years in New Hampshire, rebuilding the team that posted yearly growth in performance management and revenue development and currently is managing marketing and advertising for News Center Maine.
Senior consultant, global operations,
Sales, product development
Bob has over 32 years in the printing and packaging equipment industry. He has held various technical and customer-facing roles, ultimately serving as President and CEO for a global leader of engineered products with international operations, and has a proven track record of financial leadership and successful business operations. He is actively involved locally in many business enterprises.
Portsmouth School Board and Friends in Action
Nancy served as Assistant Mayor of Portsmouth, NH, as well as serving on the City Council for three years, eight years on the Portsmouth School Board, four of them as Vice Chair where she was an active PTA volunteer and participated in fundraising efforts to benefit the Portsmouth schools. She has also served on numerous Boards, including the Seacoast Y, Prescott Park Music Festival and the Portsmouth Hospital Guild.
Attorney and Partner, Colliander and Brown
Well-established attorney on the Seacoast of New Hampshire since 1979 opening own firm in Portsmouth, and provides legal counsel for One Sky as well as, past counsel for another area agency. In 1980 presented an appeal before the NH Supreme Court winning the right for an agency to establish group homes for those with Developmental Disabilities. He also serves on the Advisory Committee at the Odiorne Point Seacoast Science Center, a graduate of Seacoast Leadership and a member of the Appalachian Mountain Club.
Retired Chief Engineer for US Merchant Marine
Walter was in charge of all engineering operations, dealing with regulatory agencies and performing internal audits. He has been closely dealing with his son’s CP and blindness for many years and now runs a 525 program.
Retired social worker
Robert has worked in the field of human services for over 30 years, as a social worker, respite coordinator and an education specialist particularly in the area of Developmental Disabilities. Both he and his wife have been foster and adoptive parents to 12 children (now adults) and six of them with different Developmental Disabilities. In 1986, Governor John Sununu awarded them “The Adoptive Family of the Year” given in recognition of their outstanding service to special needs children.
Human resources partner, Exeter Hospital
Vivian brings a great deal of experience in human resources to One Sky. She was a Workforce Development Supervisor for the US Department of Labor and an Employee Relations Officer for Norwich University in Vermont, a Labor and Employment Attorney for a law firm in Atlanta, Ga .and a Field Attorney for the National Labor Relations Board in Philadelphia. She possesses substantial project management and program administrative experience, is fluent in Spanish, French and
Francis “Chip” Moynihan
Retired Director of Financial Services for Physicians Insurance Agency of Massachusetts
“Chip” was also a principal of the Moynihan Group which provided employee benefits for small businesses for many years in New Hampshire. Today, he serves as a member of the NH Judicial Conduct Commission and an employee benefits consultant.
Anna Brennan-Curry has more than 15 years of experience managing communications, fundraising, and volunteers in a variety of human services organizations. She currently works on Communications &Marketing for the Institute on Disability at the University of New Hampshire. Previously she worked for a variety of nonprofit organizations including building a regional volunteer network for the Institute for Human Services in Bath, NY, building nonprofit capacity at the Foundation for MetroWest in Natick, MA, and managing communications and online giving for Sanctuary for Families in New York City.
She has her Masters of Public Administration from New York University’s Wagner School of Public Service (2009) and a B.A. in German and Community Health from Tufts University (2004).
***Have family members as One Sky clients – As an area agency we are required by the State to have at least one-third of the Board represent the Developmental Disabilities community