UNH Center for Family Business Leadership Development Program Graduates Participants

Contact: Barbara Draper
603-862-1107

December 12, 2003



DURHAM, N.H. -- The University of New Hampshire Center for Family Business Leadership Development Program recently graduated six participants: Kathy Hennessey, Precision Temperature Control, Bedford; Eugene Hennessey, Precision Temperature Control, Bedford; Gordon Cornmack, Cormack Builders, Inc., Madison; Kevin Cook, D.G. O'Brien, Seabrook; Dana Moore, The Cooke Corporation, Seabrook; and Kenneth Cooke, The Cooke Corporation, Seabrook.

UNH Center for Family Business Leadership Development
Graduation Class of 2003*

The UNH Center for Family Business Leadership Development Program provides current owners, key non-family managers and the next generation of owners/managers with the opportunity to sharpen leadership skills and kindle enthusiasm for the challenges of running a profitable enterprise. The next Leadership Development Program will begin in 2004.

The program's emphasis is unique as much of the learning in class centers on real life issues from the participants' family business experiences. Together the participants learn to be better leaders and to share solutions to common problems. The program is very effective in assisting the next generation to assume greater leadership roles in the company.

The Center is sponsored by MassMutual Financial Group, Baker Newman & Noyes, Pierce Atwood, and Genus Resources. For more information about the UNH Center for Family Business and the Leadership Development Program, call Barbara Draper at (603) 862-1107, visit the Web at www.familybusiness.unh.edu, or e-mail her at Barbara.Draper@unh.edu.

 

*Front row: Stephen Fink professor; Kathy Hennessey, Precision Temperature Control, Bedford; Barbara Draper, Director.
Back row: Eugene Hennessey, Precision Temperature Control, Bedford; Gordon Cornmack, Cormack Builders, Inc., Madison; Kevin Cook, D.G. O'Brien, Seabrook; Dana Moore, The Cooke Corporation, Seabrook.
Missing from photo: Kenneth Cooke, The Cooke Corporation, Seabrook.