Connecting, solving problems, and building community

ROC-2-ROC is a member-led association of volunteer leaders from New Hampshire’s resident-owned communities (ROCs) who connect with and engage their peers by sharing knowledge and resources, problem-solving, and community-building.,

The group’s goals
  • Develop meaningful and accessible engagement opportunities for ROCs and provide frequent opportunities that are responsive to community needs, collaborative, and aligned with the goals of ROCs supporting ROCs.
  • Present information and provide assistance in ways that enable co-op community members to participate, build skills, network with other co-ops, problem-solve, and develop supportive relationships across NH co-ops.
  • Share our knowledge with and learn with the national ROC network.
  • Participate and lead advocacy efforts that give voice to residents and maximize the strength, stability, and sustainability of ROCs in New Hampshire.
  • Cultivate ROC Ambassadors as spokespersons for the ROC movement in New Hampshire and across the country.



Want to learn more about ROC-2-ROC?

Email ROC-NH Organizational Trainer Aron DiBacco.

ROC-2-ROC members

Ellyn Barnard, Medvil
Debi Bond, Mountain View
Frank Boudreau, Medvil
Kathleen Brady, Emerald Acres
Brenda Byron, Black Bear Village
Dawn Cameron, Colebrook Homeowners
Kim Capen, Medvil
Robin Cutter, Fisherville 82
Bill Elliot, Forest Park Tenants' Association
Linda Frost, Cocheco River
Jo-Ann Gerde, Forest Park Tenants' Assn.
Matt Gouin, Spruce Valley
Dawn Homes, Dover Point
Karen Kirkpatrick, Medvil Cooperative
David Kirsch, Brookside
Andrew Kohn, Black Bear Village
William McCracken, Beech Tree
Diane Newman, Black Bear
Marie Jeanne Richard, Catamount
Pamela Rothgaber, Friendship Drive
Victoria Staunches, Fox Hill
Jenn Stringer, Presiential Pines
Len Stuart, Medvil
Christopher Ward, Running Brook
Faith Ward, Running Brook

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