Table for Eight Mentoring DinnerWith Our Mentor For The Evening: Susan V. Duprey
|This event is only open to NHWBA Members|
Location & Date
11 Eleven Bistro
36 Lowell Road
May 7, 2013
Our featured mentor for this Table for Eight is Susan Duprey. Attorney Duprey is a shareholder at Devine, Millimet & Branch. She concentrates her practice in land use and governmental permitting issues, where she specializes in obtaining approvals from local, state, and federal bodies, and guiding and positioning clients in difficult settings and for politically sensitive projects. She has represented numerous individuals and local, regional, and national businesses in obtaining all necessary approvals for complex and multi-use projects. Attorney Duprey is also a sought-after political consultant. She recently served as treasurer of the Ovide Lamontagne for Senate campaign and on the Finance Committee of the Guinta for Congress campaign. She was on the steering committee of McCain for President and formerly served as the New Hampshire Finance Committee co-chair of the Bush-Cheney 2004 presidential campaign and as a member of the Bush-Cheney 2004 Steering Committee. Last year, she served as Ann Romney's chief of staff. She currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors of Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Inc. Attorney Duprey was appointed to the NH State Council on the Arts by the Governor and Executive Council and to the Board of Directors of the Manchester Development Corporation by the Manchester Mayor and Board of Aldermen. She serves as a trustee of the New Hampshire Supreme Court Society. She is a past board member of Heritage United Way and the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, having been elected as chair of both organizations and serving on their executive committees for four years.
Attorney Duprey is recognized in Woodward & White's Best Lawyers in America 2012 and was named "Manchester Best Lawyer of the Year" for her practice in land use and zoning law in Best Lawyers 2013. She was a recipient of the 2012 Outstanding Women in Business Award by New Hampshire Business Review, and was also named one of the "30 Most Powerful Women in New Hampshire" by New Hampshire Magazine.
Dinner is dutch treat and registration is limited to 7 NHWBA members. Dinner starts at 6 p.m.