Chapter Staff



Lynn Stanley, LICSW, Executive Director

Lynn Stanley, LICSW has clinical experience and a strong macro social work background in social policy, training and facilitation, non-profit leadership, and volunteer board coordination. She spent fourteen years with Casey Family Services: first as a clinical case manager, then providing technical assistance to foster/ adoptive parent associations, and the last six years as the Team Leader for Casey’s school-based Franklin Family Resource Center. Lynn was the Lead for the NH Afterschool Network, working to increase out of school learning opportunities for youth and closing the opportunity gap for lower income youth. She is adjunct faculty/teaching lecturer at the University of New Hampshire, Simmons University, Plymouth State University, and Rivier University. Lynn earned her MSW from the University of New Hampshire. She is also a proud Zonta member and the Publicity Liaison for the Merrimack Valley High School Music Boosters. You may contact her at the Chapter, (603) 226-7135, on her cell (603) 496-0994 or exec.naswnh@socialworkers.org





Tori Chase, Chapter Relations and Outreach Coordinator

Tori holds a BA in Criminal Justice from Plymouth State University and earned her MSW from the University of New Hampshire. Tori has over 8 years of experience as a Case Manager working for Belknap County Restorative Justice (BCRJ), working with both juveniles and adults and facilitating drug and alcohol education courses for youth. In conjunction with BCRJ she also worked as the case manager for Belknap County Recovery Court. Tori has also worked as an Intake Coordinator at Horizons Counseling Center in Gilford, NH. Tori can be reached at the Chapter office (603) 226-7135 or by email admin.naswnh@socialworkers.org.

Danielle Blair, MSW Intern

Danielle is currently pursuing an MSW at the University of Maine. Prior to graduate school, Danielle earned her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Maine at Farmington in Rehabilitation Services and Political Science. Danielle also spent one year supporting sixteen rural food pantries and two years supporting adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities and Autism in Farmington, Maine. Danielle has plans to pursue macro-level social work and enjoys spending time outdoors (road cycling, hiking, playing tennis) or reading a good book in her free time.