Board of Directors

Guiding CCEH to End Homelessness

 Ben Folsom
Ben FolsomChair
An attorney with McLane Middleton, P.A., Ben joined the Board in 2017.
He has always done pro bono representation of low income clients, immigrants and refugees. Ben is working to help CCEH improve our communications and outreach. He lives with his family in Hopkinton.
Rev. Michael Leuchtenberger
Rev. Michael LeuchtenbergerVice Chair
Senior Minister of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Concord, NH, Michael became board chair in 2017 after joining the board of directors in 2013. He also serves as the President of the Northern New England Chapter of the Unitarian Universalist Ministers Association and was appointed to the NH Suicide Prevention Council. Michael previously worked as an environmental consultant and web developer. Outside of his work and CCEH, Michael is passionate about singing, soccer, traveling and meditation.
Robert Kleiner
Robert KleinerTreasurer
Rob Kleiner is the Quality Audit Manager at Northeast Delta Dental. He is a member of the Internal Compliance Committee. Rob serves on the board of directors for the Kimball Jenkins Estate and is on the Granite United Way Grant Review Team. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Marketing from Franklin Pierce University. He also has his associates in Business Management and Accounting from New Hampshire Technical Institute. He lives in Concord, NH with his wife Holly and their two amazing daughters.
 Cathy Battistelli
Cathy BattistelliBoard Member, At Large Executitive Committee Member
Cathy was hired as a US Probation Officer for the US District Court of New Hampshire in 1991, and retired as the Deputy Chief US Probation Officer in 2013. As part of her duties, Cathy worked with victims, offenders and their families to assist them in finding employment, housing and various treatment programs to address substance abuse and mental health needs. She sees a deep need to work on the issues of employment, housing and addiction on a local level.
David Croft
David CroftBoard Member
Dave served in the United Marine Corps from 1978-1984 and received his education while in the service. Out of the service, Dave took a position as Correctional Officer, Merrimack County Department of Corrections from 1984-1987 and then became a
Boscawen police officer, where he later served for 12 years as their Chief of Police.
From 2007 until 12/2020, Dave served as the Director of the Merrimack County Attorney’s Diversion Center.
In November 2020, Dave was elected Sheriff to Merrimack County where he currently serves.
Meghan Farrell
Meghan FarrellExecutive Committee, At Large
Meghan is the Vice President of Community Engagement at New Futures, a nonprofit legislative advocacy organization focused on health and wellness. Meghan has a background in nonprofit communications and program management. She aims to make the legislative process less intimidating for Granite Staters and strongly believes in raising up the voices of those affected by homelessness to our local, state, and federal elected officials.
Dominic Geffken, M.D.
Dominic Geffken, M.D.Board Member
A physician with the Concord Hospital Family Health Center and interim Program Director for the NH Family Medicine Residency, Dom has been instrumental in bringing a team of resident physicians to the Concord Homeless Resource Center on a monthly basis to offer basic healthcare. He has served on the board since 2015, and also works with the Central NH Bicycling Coalition.
Beth Mulleavey
Beth MulleaveyBoard Member
A Residential Loan Officer for St. Mary’s Bank, Beth volunteers with InTown Concord and the Friendly Kitchen. Beth believes everyone should be seen as a human being, deserving of kindness and compassion, and that everyone deserves a place to call home, a warm bed to sleep in and nourishment. Beth and her husband have two almost grown children and live in Loudon.
Michael Tyrance
Michael TyranceBoard Member
Michael has lived experience with homelessness, and as such his knowledge is a great boon to the Board. He is currently a wonderful volunteer at the Concord Homeless Resource Center on a daily basis and a meaningful example to others of what can happen when you are ready and willing to move forward with your life.

A Special thank you to Our

Arches of Support

In 2021, the below Arches of Support provided $110,000 for CCEH initiatives and programs.