Meet Our Volunteers

Executive Director, Chair of the Board, President

Bill Moore is the CEO & President of Project New Hope Inc., since January 2011. Bill is retired from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. He served 4 years in the United States Air Force as a Crash Rescue Firefighter. He holds a Master of Arts in Social and Rehabilitation Counseling from Assumption College. Bill lives in Leicester, Massachusetts with his wife Donna and has four children and four grandchildren


Nancy Price is the Secretary for PNH and serves as the PNH Volunteer Coordinator. Nancy brings more than 25 years of intensive case management and social service experience and works to provide individual, couple, family and group mental health counseling for people of all ages to her new position as Intake Coordinator with Regency Family Health.


Rick Cehon is the Treasurer for Project New Hope Inc. Rick is currently a Program Manager at Fidelity Investments and a part time professor at Clark University in Worcester. He currently lives in Leicester, MA with his wife and 2 sons.  Rick has been volunteering in the community as the current Scoutmaster for Troop 123, Chairman of the Town Administrator Search Committee in 2013, Past President of the Leicester Town Band, Inc. and Leicester Community Music School. Rick holds a Master of Science in Information Technology from Clark University and a Bachelor of Arts from Assumption College.

Assistant Treasurer

Robyn Coons is the Assistant Treasurer of Project New Hope. CDR Robyn Coons is an Officer in the United States Public Health Service (USPHS) and currently detailed to the Federal Bureau of Prisons.  Robyn has a master’s degree in social work and is one year away from receiving her doctoral degree in public health.

Patty Moore has worked at Arbour Counseling Services for the past 8 years as administrative assistant.  Her father served in the United States Navy and currently she has family serving in the United States Armed Services. Patty takes great pride in helping Veterans and their families.

Anne Treadwell serves on the Board of Directors since 2017. Anne is currently attending the RN program at Excelsior College in Albany N.Y. She holds a Bachelor Science Degree 1999 in Health from Worcester State University and an Associate Arts Degree from Quinsigamond Community College 1995. Anne enjoys giving back to her community and lives in Spencer Massachusetts with her husband Nick

Nick Treadwell serves on the Board of Directors since 2017. Nick is a Commercial Truck Driver and served five years in the U.S.M.C. from 1999 to 2003 AAV Mechanic. Nick served in Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003 with the 24th MEU (SOC). Nick enjoys giving back to his fellow Vets and their families.

Donna Moore is the heart of Project New Hope, Inc. Donna has retired from her thirty year position in the Occupational Department with Reliant Medical. Donna brings a smile to everyone as she organizes events, serves as a Volunteer Coordinator and keeps things running smoothly. Of all her accomplishments, Donna is most proud of her children and four grandchildren.  She is a Blue Star mother with a daughter Erin Moore,  who is serving in the Massachusetts Air National Guard.

Erin Moore serves on the Board of Directors since 2011. Erin works at UNUM in Worcester, Massachusetts. She served six years in the Massachusetts Air National Guard with the 102ndIntelligence Wing at Joint Base Cape Cod, MA. She served in support of Operation Enduring Freedom October 2015 to April 2016. She is currently attending the University of Massachusetts Lowell working towards her MBA. Erin lives in Worcester, Massachusetts with her son.

Bill LeBeau serves on the board of directors for Project New Hope Inc. a 501c3 nonprofit helping veterans since 2012, and was Treasurer from 2014 to March 2018. Bill is the Adjutant of the Veterans of Foreign Wars in Massachusetts. He Served for 8 years in the US Army Reserves as a military police officer in the 344th MP Company and is a veteran of the Persian Gulf War, where he was assigned to the 503rd MP Battalion out of Fort Bragg. He has an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice, over 30 years of public safety experience, and is a former safety director for a large Massachusetts Trucking Company. Bill lives in Worcester, has four children and three grandchildren.

Role of Advisory Board in a Nonprofit.

A nonprofit seeks community members who are willing to advise the nonprofit, particularly those with expertise in areas that the nonprofit’s staff or governing board members do not have. Nonprofits are required by law to have governing boards, but not advisory boards.

An advisory board functions like a committee of the formal board but without legal responsibilities. Formed to give advice and recommendations to a nonprofit’s governing board and management, an Advisory Board works toward a specific goals like fund raising, technical assistance, assessment of a program’s impact and serving as a public advocate for the organization.

Tammy Berthiaume

Kate Campanale

Dan Kenney

Michael Wilson

Anthony Renzoni

Joseph Gaucher

Lindsay Withers

Shawn Tibbets

Carlos O. Ramos Rivera

David Michalak

Maine State Liaison Shawn Tibbetts

New Hampshire State Liaison Miranda Montgomery

Rhode Island State Liaison Gold Star Mother Beverly Franklin

Outreach Coordinator Mike Damon and Massachusetts Army National Guard (Ret)

Donna Moore serves on the Board of Directors of Project New Hope, Inc., since 2011. Donna retired from her thirty-year position in the Occupational Department of Reliant Medical. Donna serves as the Volunteer Coordinator and keeps things running smoothly. Donna lives in Leicester, Massachusetts with her husband Bill and has four children and four grandchildren.

Nancy Price
Volunteer Coordinator

Susan Wilder is the Executive Assistant to President & CEO Bill Moore

Susan has more than 35 years in the Health Care Field, specializing in HIPPA, Privacy Management, Provider and Patient Relations, Susan is a great advocate for the people. These qualifications, along with having a strong focus on structure and organization, is what makes Susan a perfect match for the Executive Assistant role. In her spare time, Susan enjoys traveling with her husband and spending quality time with her granddaughter!

Betty Benoit works in the Project New Hope Inc., Worcester office. Her late husband Roy F. Benoit was a Korean War Purple Heart Recipient.  (Betty is an Associate Member) After Roy passed away, Betty wanted to Honor his memory and continued volunteering at Project New Hope Inc. and was hired part-time in 2017.

Vivian Stom volunteers in our Project New Hope Inc., Worcester office. Vivian is passionate about giving back to our veteran community & their family and was instrumental in putting together the Sully Strong Baby Pantry. Pictured with Vivian is her son Yanni whose in his senior year at Oxford High School and participates in the JROTC program. Yanni also volunteers at our Worcester office.

Dave Kendrick volunteers in Project New Hope’s Worcester office. Dave served in the United States Air Force as a Jet Mechanic from 1964 to 1968. He served in Vietnam from 1966 to 1967 and was stationed at PHU CAT Air Base in South Vietnam and was Honorably discharged in 1968. Dave worked in the Automotive Industry and retired in 2015.

Holyoke Office

Tom Lamica works at the Project New Hope’s Holyoke office. He was active duty Air Force as Security Police K-9 from 1987 to 1992 and then served in the Air Force Reserves from 1992 to 2004.  Tom retired from the Chicopee Police Department in 2004.

Brooke Calloway volunteers in Project New Hope’s Holyoke office. She is the proud wife of an active duty Marine and serves as a family readiness assistant for his unit. Brooke has a personal understanding of raising a family within the military life and is honored to help veterans and their families as well.