Jason R. Upper Valley Connection. Jason Crance grew up in Sturbridge, Massachusetts, but his connection to the Upper Valley began early as his family had a seasonal home near Okemo Mountain, so he was a frequent visitor to the region.
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AVIC provides public policy leadership and support of higher education, fosters cooperative efforts among colleges and universities, and serves as the official liaison between these independent institutions and the state and federal governments. Susan is an attorney who previously worked in the Vermont Legislature staffing the Senate Education Committee. In her role assisting the chair of the committee, she worked on higher education funding issues.
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Jan Eastman was president of the Snelling Center for Government from toand was the founder of the Vermont Leadership Institute. Jan resides in Peacham with her husband, John Marshall. The award is announced and presented at the VLI commencement in June.
Todd has been an avid outdoorsman from an early age. Since graduating from Vermont Law School, he has focused solely on representing injured workers. He and his wife, Karen, established Kalter, Kalter and Mabey in When not representing injured workers, he can be found training bird dogs, which have won many prestigious awards.