Jason Cannon has been with the NH SBDC since 2006 and currently is the Interim State Director and the Assistant State Director. He oversees grant and contract administration, monitors and resolves issues with state and federal compliance policies and budget controls, and manages the NH SBDC MIS information system and state office daily operations.
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Taryn Fisher has 20 years of experience in the corporate sector, as well as recently serving as core faculty and Director of the MBA in Sustainability Program at Antioch University New England. At AUNE, Taryn’s research interest was social venture innovation in general and B Corp certification in particular. In addition, she has a passion for the arts and culture and believes it’s an essential contributor to community well-being and economic resilience.
Turning a hobby into a business isn’t so unusual, but you could say that John Barkley—with a nudge from his adult daughter—took that idea to its extreme when he launched Key to Escape, a live, interactive game center in Nashua.
Every neighborhood of any size probably had a John Barkley type—the one who filled his yard with spookiness for Halloween or engulfed his family home in Christmas lights every season.
David Boynton serves as business advisor for NH SBDC’s Seacoast Region, and is a co-founder of 7th Settlement Brewery, LLC in Dover, NH. David’s entrepreneurial experience leading a team of over 45 employees in a craft brewery and farm to table restaurant gives him current, real-life expertise to bring to his SBDC clients. As former Director at Seacoast Local and a founding board member of Dover Listens, David has helped several other entrepreneurs start and succeed and is a current lecturer for the Peter T.