Endowment for Health Elects Two New Board Members

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Grappone Automotive Groups, Amanda Grappone Osmer has been elected as a new board member for The Endowment for Health Foundation.

Amanda Grappone Osmer

She leads a team that strives to build lifelong relationships by serving with integrity, kindness and respect.

The Endowment for Health, New Hampshire's largest health foundation, has elected two new members to its Board of Directors who bring a wealth of business acumen and a track record civic engagement.

Joining the Endowment for Health Board are:

Amanda Grappone Osmer, Owner and Director of Sales, Grappone Automotive. Ms. Osmer is the fourth generation of her family to own and operate Grappone Automotive. She leads a team that strives to build lifelong relationships by serving with integrity, kindness and respect. Ms. Osmer has served on several boards and is active in philanthropic and civic matters in the community. She resides in Canterbury, NH.

Brian Presti, CFA, Portfolio Manager/Equity Analyst, DL Carlson Investment Group. Mr. Presti has 15 years of experience in the financial services industry and is well-versed in portfolio management for institutional and private client accounts. Mr. Presti also serves on the Endowment’s Investment Committee, helping the foundation to remain financially strong and able to support the health of New Hampshire people. He resides in Hopkinton, NH.

"We are pleased to welcome these leaders to our Board of Directors,” said Margaret Franckhauser, Board Chair of the Endowment for Health. “Their knowledge and leadership make them invaluable advisors to the Endowment as we work to promote good health and realized potential for all people in New Hampshire.”

Click here for a complete list of Endowment for Health Board members

The Endowment for Health works to improve the health and reduce the burden of illness for the people of New Hampshire – especially the vulnerable and underserved. Since 2001, the Endowment has awarded more than 1,000 grants totaling over $40 million to support a wide range of health-related projects in New Hampshire. For more information about the Endowment for Health, visit http://www.endowmentforhealth.org

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