December 16, 2013 Print

New Hampshire: Cornerstone Announces New Executive Director

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by Charlie McKinney

We are proud to announce today that Bryan McCormack will serve as the new Executive Director of Cornerstone beginning January 2014.  A New Hampshire native, Bryan is a graduate of Saint Anselm College and worked as a field representative for the Romney campaign in 2012.

Bryan brings to Cornerstone political savvy as well as experience in marketing, fundraising, and politics. Through his work on the Romney campaign he has developed a diverse network of contacts in New Hampshire, and he will use his skills to advance the Cornerstone message throughout the state.

Most important, Bryan brings to Cornerstone a strong passion for preserving life and the family, and I am deeply impressed by his remarkable instinct for how to get things done–and a track record to back it up.
 
Our former executive director, Ashley Pratte, who is already working in Washington, DC, wrote this to me this week:  

“I am so thrilled that Bryan accepted the position as the new Executive Director. I am confident that he will continue Cornerstone’s momentum and will be an exceptional advocate for Granite State families. He is a talented, motivated, and dedicated individual and I have no doubt that he will accomplish great things. I look forward to helping him transition and can’t wait to see all the good work he and Cornerstone will do this legislative session.”

Please join me in welcoming Bryan to the Cornerstone family.  You will be hearing from him the coming days.  In the meantime, please keep him and our mission in your prayers.

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