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New Hampshire Children’s Trust Announces Three New Board Members

Updated: May 23, 2022

Concord, NH — The New Hampshire Children’s Trust announces the appointment of three new members to its Board of Trustees.

Natalia Beaulieu, Laura Goupil and Taylor Breed are the new appointees, and all will serve three-year terms.

“Natalia, Laura, and Taylor are accomplished professionals who will enhance our ability to strengthen families and protect children throughout New Hampshire,” says Cliff Simmonds, Executive Director of the Trust. “As a trio all are enthusiastic about providing pathways where families can stay connected to others and are invested in the promotion of environments where children can flourish. Welcome!”

Natalia Beaulieu is currently the vice president – compliance officer for the Bank of New Hampshire and oversees all the institution’s regulatory compliance and legal affairs. Originally from Worcester, MA, she is a graduate of Worcester State University, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in developmental psychology. Natalia also earned her Juris Doctorate from the Massachusetts School of Law. A resident of Sanbornville with her husband and daughter, Natalia loves spending her free time on the New Hampshire seacoast and visiting the White Mountains with her family. And when she is not doing that, she serves on the board of trustees for the Great Bay Kids Company.

A native of the Granite State, Laura Goupil was raised in Durham and now resides in Rochester with her husband. She is excited to join NHCT’s Board of Trustees and knows firsthand what a positive, supportive, healthy family can offer young people and is enthusiastic about strengthening families in our state. Laura has a decade of experience in the financial services industry, where she specializes in process improvement and innovation. She currently works as an IT specialist for Bank of New Hampshire and is a 2020 summa cum laude graduate of Southern New Hampshire University with a bachelor’s degree in business studies.

The New Hampshire Children’s Trust has been an important part of Taylor Breed’s life since childhood. Taylor’s mother, Lucy Fowlkes Breed, was a founding board member and strong advocate for NHCT, who recognized the community need and opportunity to strengthen families in the Granite State through targeted resources and instruction. It was a mission that was instilled in Taylor at an early age and has stayed with him throughout his life. Taylor is a graduate of Vanderbilt University and Georgetown, where he earned his MBA. He is an investment banker for William Blair & Company, where his focus is on helping mid-sized companies improve their operations and gain access to capital for growth. A Hopkinton, New Hampshire native, Taylor currently resides in New York City with his fiancé, Ann Power. The power of family, as displayed by his mother and father, energizes Taylor, and he is honored and humbled to serve on the Board of the New Hampshire Children’s Trust, continue the Breed family legacy, and advocate for, and serve, New Hampshire families.

Press Release Contact: Paul Fleming, Communications Manager, New Hampshire Children's Trust

(603) 415-0321

New Hampshire Children’s Trust ensures parents have easy access to high-quality resources and support to help children develop the skills they need to thrive. We educate direct-service professionals, advocate for better policies to support parents, and connect with local agencies to strengthen families and lay the foundation for children's success. The mission of NHCT is to lead the drive to ensure safe, stable, and nurturing relationships and environments for children by educating, advocating, and collaborating.

For more information about New Hampshire Children’s Trust call 603-224-1279 or visit


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