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Nancy Jones has been named the new Vice President of Marketing and Communications at NHPR. Jones joins the NHPR staff with more than 20 years of fundraising, communications and marketing experience.

As a consultant based in Miami Beach, Jones worked with nonprofit and foundation clients on branding, strategy and goal setting. Prior to running her own consultancy, she held the role of Vice President of Development, Communications and Public Affairs at The Miami Foundation in Miami, FL. Here she rebranded and repositioned the organization and raised more than $20 million a year.

“We are happy to welcome Nancy to NHPR and the Granite State,” said Betsy Gardella, NHPR President and CEO. “We are confident her leadership will help us grow and further improve our position as the news leader for New Hampshire.”

“I am very excited to join such a talented team,” said Jones. “NHPR has many dedicated and engaged listeners. The opportunity to work with them to grow the station, in today’s fragmented media market, is in large part why I have moved here with my family.”

Jones has always given back to her communities, both personally and professionally. She has served on boards and committees of such as Greater Miami and the Keys American Red Cross, Leadership Monroe County, Council on Foundations and the Florida Philanthropic Network, among others. She is currently pursuing her Master’s Degree in Communication and Media Studies from Penn State University.

About NHPR
Since 1981, NHPR has shaped the media landscape in the Granite State and beyond. Our mission is to help create a more informed public, one challenged and enriched by a deeper understanding and appreciation of state, national, and world events, ideas, and culture. NHPR is broadcast from thirteen different sites, making it by far New Hampshire’s largest (and only) statewide radio news service. Every week NHPR is the choice of more than 165,000 listeners as a primary source of in-depth and intelligent news coverage. Each day New Hampshire Public Radio delivers several hours of local news reported by NHPR’s award-winning News Department, locally produced shows such as The Exchange and Word of Mouth, and national and world news from NPR and the BBC.  NHPR is the exclusive outlet for NPR News in the Granite State and broadcast national weekly programs such as Car TalkWait Wait…Don’t Tell Me! and This American Life.