A lifelong resident of Kingston NH, Trish attended D.J. Bakie, Sanborn Middle, and Sanborn High Schools before earning her bachelor’s degree from Saint Anselm College and her Doctor of Optometry from New England College of Optometry. She joined the New Hampshire Army National Guard during her senior year of high school and served for twelve years.
Trish strongly believes in community working together and has a history of volunteerism. She is the president of a 501(c)3 Non-profit organization dedicated to providing college scholarships to young women and volunteers with the Community Children’s Fund to provide warm clothing to needy kids. She was elected to Kingston’s Budget Committee and is serving as the Chair this year.
Trish teaches College Biology and Anatomy & Physiology at Manchester Community College as well as owns a small business, Togatae Designs. So it’s no surprise that her top concerns involve education and the economy, and she is dedicated to finding solutions to strengthen New Hampshire’s systems. Trish is also committed to fighting for equality and ensuring that women have reproductive freedom.
Trish is running to keep the American Dream achievable for everyone in our community by bringing a fresh perspective with common sense and an analytical mind to Concord.
Ensuring access to quality public education that is fairly funded
Guaranteeing women’s reproductive rights
Fighting for equality and respect for all, especially those in marginalized communities