NHFV Staff

Terry Ohlson-Martin

Terry Ohlson-Martin, Director

Terry has worked in the field for 34 years, starting in Early Childhood which remains her passion. She has provided training on many topics including early childhood issues, special education and parent professional collaboration, health care transition and serving as a family representative. She has focused her career on supporting families to use their voice… More Terry Ohlson-Martin

Sylvia Pelletier

Sylvia Pelletier, Associate Director

Sylvia is a graduate of Rivier University, with an early concentration in elementary and special education. The diagnosis of two of her three children with cancer shifted her focus, and led her to NH Family Voices in 1999. Sylvia is passionate about family engagement, and working to improve systems to respond to the needs of… More Sylvia Pelletier

Jennifer Pineo

Jennifer Pineo, Lead Trainer

Jenn is mom to Logan and MJ. She is a lifelong resident of NH. Jenn has a BS from Lyndon State College. She is the NH Family Delegate to the Association of Maternal and Child Health Programs (AMCHP).  She provides trainings and works on various projects within PIC and NHFV.  She sits on the NH… More Jennifer Pineo

Tracy Walbridge

Tracy Walbridge, Training Coordinator

Tracy’s own child was diagnosed at a very young age. Tracy quickly realized that there were very few resources available, including other parents that she could turn to for help. As a result of researching out of desperation to find as much information as possible and trying to advocate for her child’s specific needs, Tracy… More Tracy Walbridge

Rebecca Mitchell

Rebecca Mitchell, Outreach Coordinator

Rebecca  has a BA Human Development from Rivier University and her Graduate from UNH in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. She is a 2017 graduate of the Institute on Disabilities NH Leadership and 2018 NH/ME Leadership in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Program (LEND). She also completed the Parent Information Center Volunteer Advocate Training in 2017. She is currently… More Rebecca Mitchell

Deana Taylor

Deana Taylor, Outreach Coordinator

Deana is a graduate of NHTI and continues to pursue ongoing education. She has a love for advocacy within her own family and for families of children with special needs. Deana and her husband have two children and two dogs. She is also an active foster parent in NH. Her son Abel has multiple disabilities.… More Deana Taylor

Suzanne Keays

Suzanne Keays, Outreach Coordinator

Back in 2016, after raising two beautiful daughters, Suzanne decided it was time to redirect her career and pursue her passion in helping families and their children with special healthcare needs. This passion stems from the challenges she and her husband faced while raising her youngest daughter, who has a disability and chronic health condition.… More Suzanne Keays

Carly Ireland

Carly Ireland, Developmental Screening Care Coordinator

Carly graduated from the University of NH in 2012 with her degree in Communications and Media Studies. She began working in early childcare while she was still an undergrad, and fell in love with the classroom setting. She worked as a full time substitute teacher for almost ten years at Head Start, while completing her… More Carly Ireland

Kendra Dix

Kendra Dix, B-8 Early Child Care Team Coordinator

Kendra graduated from Granite State College with a BA in ECE. Her work with Early Childhood Care began in 2012 when she started with Head Start where she developed relationships with children and their families as she supported them with tools to become successful in school and in life. Kendra and her husband have four… More Kendra Dix

Karin Harvey-Olson

Karin Harvey-Olson, Transition Coordinator

Karin is the Youth Transition Facilitator for NH Family Voices and facilitates the Youth for Education, Advocacy and Healthcare (YEAH) Council, our council for youth with special healthcare needs. The YEAH Council works with issues surrounding healthcare transition and the transition to adulthood when living with a special healthcare need. Karin is support to the… More Karin Harvey-Olson

Sally Weiss

Sally Weiss, Social Media Coordinator

Sally is a graduate of Partners In Health Leadership Program and serves as a Council Member. She is the Mom of Alex and Elizabeth. Alex was diagnosed with a malformation of the brain at seven months old. Sally’s interests include education and Family to Family Connections. She has a BSC in Sociology from the University… More Sally Weiss

Martha-Jean Madison

Martha-Jean Madison, Webmaster

Martha-Jean has been involved in disability issues since the early 70’s. After being a stay home mom for 15 yrs, she worked as the Supportive Parent Coordinator for Parent To Parent of NH and the Parent Consultant to Special Medical Services before becoming Co-Director of NH Family Voices. Martha-Jean has served on the Family Voices… More Martha-Jean Madison