Jodi Hedderig has joined the WCA as the new administrator. For more than two decades, Jodi worked for municipal and not-for-profit organizations in New Mexico. While there, she recruited and trained volunteers, managed facilities, wrote grants, developed and presented programs, and raised funds for programs and events. “I am excited to join the WCA and be a part of its efforts to bring neighbors together,” Jodi said.
A New Hampshire native, Jodi and her daughter, Sage, are delighted with their move to Wilmot. Jodi loves being back in a small town and hiking the local trails. Sage, a junior at Kearsarge High School, is an avid snowboarder and is teaching at Ragged Mountain this winter.
“We are delighted that Jodi will be working on behalf of the WCA,” said Ann Davis, president of the WCA’s board of directors. “She has extensive experience in community outreach including planning and promoting events, facilities management, communications, volunteer coordination and fundraising.” Ann added, “We thank Susan for all she has done for the WCA. During her time at the WCA, she has introduced new programs and built a strong foundation for the organization’s operations. We will miss having her on the WCA team, but know we’ll see her around town.”
Stop by the WCA Red Barn Monday through Wednesday, 9 am – 1 pm and say hello to Jodi. She looks forward to meeting members of the Wilmot community.