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Leadership

David Morgan

David Morgan

President & CEO

David joined Future In Sight as President & CEO in late 2015 following nearly ten years of service as the Vice President of Perkins School for the Blind and General Manager of Perkins Products. His efforts helped transform Perkins Products into a leading assistive technology, consulting, and training firm serving thousands of children and adults with visual impairment and a range of disabilities.

He also led the development and introduction of the Perkins SMART Brailler which helps children, parents, and teachers learn and teach braille. David was involved in expanding mission-based revenue and services in the US and internationally.

Prior to Perkins, David was the President of BE Semiconductor’s US Operations located in Londonderry. He was educated in NH with a BA from Daniel Webster College and an MBA from the University of New Hampshire with other post graduate work at the University of Phoenix and the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. 

Nathalie Fortier

Nathalie Fortier

Chief Financial Officer

Nathalie joined Future In Sight as Vice President of Finance and Administration in May of 2014. Prior to this, she was the Director of Finance for the University Of New Hampshire School Of Law in Concord for five years.  She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting from Southern New Hampshire University and is a current member of the New Hampshire Society of Accountants.

Nancy A. Druke M.S.W, LICSW

Nancy A. Druke M.S.W, LICSW

Vice President of Program Services

Nancy has been with Future In Sight since October of 1999. Her prior experience includes 10 years working in the field of rehabilitation in acute hospital facilities. Nancy is responsible for overseeing the direct service programs provided through the organization.

She is active in the professional membership organization AERBVI and has been on the Board of Directors of the Northeast Chapter since 2000, including serving a term as President. She is also a member of the NH Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers.

Becky Berk, M.Ed.

Becky Berk, M.Ed.

Director of Education Services

Becky joined Future In Sight as the Director of Education Services in August 2018. She joins the team following a multi-year tenure as the executive director of Breakthrough Manchester, which she restructured from a three-year enrichment program to an evolved six year college access program. Prior to that Becky served as quality improvement director of New Hampshire Children’s Trust Inc.

Jane Driscoll

Jane Driscoll

Vice President of Development, Marketing and Communications

Jane joined Future In Sight in April 2019 bringing more than 25 years of experience to her role, most recently as Senior Vice President of Advancement for Goodwill Northern New England where she built a cohesive team of philanthropy, marketing and communications professionals.

She began her Goodwill career as an employment specialist, where she helped people with disabilities secure marketplace employment. Earlier in her career, Jane served as an instructor for English Language Learners, as well as workplace literacy.

Future In Sight Board of Directors 2020-2021

Officers

Tim Murray, Chair

Hopkinton, NH

Dr. Ahad Fazelat, Vice Chair

Bedford, NH

Maureen Kelliher, Treasurer

Dover, NH

Charlie Mathews, Assistant Treasurer

Hopkinton, NH

David Hagen, Secretary

Hampton, NH

Nathaniel Abbott, Immediate Past Chair

Gilmanton Iron Works, NH

Directors

Dina Beaulieu

Concord, NH

Dr. Kristen Bryant

Nashua, NH

Jack Crisp

Bow, NH

Dr. Dorothy Hitchmoth

New London, NH

Ed Marsh

Ipswitch, MA

Judi Rogato

Laconia, NH

Steven Spain

Manchester, NH

Emeriti

Robert Chollette

Merrimack, NH

William Sirak

Manchester, NH

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