Sheehan Phinney Bass & Green Is the Leadership Seacoast Class of 2021 Underwriting Sponsor

PORTSMOUTH, N.H., October 1, 2020 – Leadership Seacoast, a non-profit organization committed to developing informed and engaged citizens, has accepted a $3,000 donation from law firm Sheehan Phinney Bass & Green to sponsor the Class of 2021.

Sheehan Phinney Bass & Green is a premier full-service business law firm providing a broad range of sophisticated legal services to clients in traditional and emerging areas of law. The firm has a longstanding history of service to local communities and believes that every successful attorney should be involved in community service activities. “We believe strongly in the importance of local leadership programs. Attorney Brian Bouchard, current Leadership Seacoast Board Chair, is committed to the success of the program, and we are happy to be a local supporter – coinciding with the opening of our Portsmouth office.” David McGrath, Firm President.  

Annually, Leadership Seacoast accepts a diverse group of established and emerging leaders to the community leadership program framed around regional issues that have a direct impact on the lives of seacoast residents. “We are deeply thankful for the financial support from Sheehan Phinney Bass & Green and are proud to announce the firm as the 2021 Underwriting Sponsor. These funds allow us to develop a meaningful program filled with opportunities to discover connect and inspire,” said Lori Waltz-Gagnon, Executive Director of Leadership Seacoast.

Leadership Seacoast is now accepting applications for the Class of 2021. The application and more information can be found at

About Leadership Seacoast

Based in the Seacoast region of New Hampshire, Leadership Seacoast is a nonprofit civic engagement organization dedicated to enriching and inspiring both emerging and existing leaders within the Seacoast Community. Leadership Seacoast is one of over 3,000 community leadership programs in the U.S. providing the opportunity to meet and learn from those who are actively involved with issues that will shape the future of the Seacoast. Graduates of the program leave with an expanded awareness of the issues impacting the Seacoast region, a network of leaders who can support each other in building a stronger community, and a demonstration of the interconnectedness of the topics covered during the program year.

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Lori Waltz-Gagnon

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