Representative Timothy Egan (D)

Grafton - District 2

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Home Address

220 Jesseman Road
Sugar Hill, NH  03586-4236
Seat #: 4048

Additional Information

House Committee Information
Committee Name: Fish and Game and Marine Resources
Position:  Member
Committee Phone:  603-271-3125
Committee Function:
It shall be the duty of the Committee on Fish and Game and Marine Resources to consider all matters concerning conservation, improvement and preservation of fish, game and non-game species and marine resources within the state; and such other matters as may be referred to it.

Resources, Recreation and Development
Position:  Member
Committee Phone:  603-271-3125
Committee Function:
It shall be the duty of the Committee on Resources, Recreation and Development to consider all matters relating to natural resources, water pollution and control; parks and recreational areas; recreational industries; matters concerning state controls on property development; and such other matters as may be referred to it.

Personal Biography
Tim is a specialist in broadcast and web based video content services for a marketing and media affairs,practicing in New England & Canada. Via offices in Sugar Hill, NH, & Boston, MA he researches; buildrelationships with; creatively implements; and analyzes the power of - media for business, education and government clients.

He is a Board Member & Media Advisor for Catalyst Story Institute/Content Festival in Duluth, MN guiding the development of digital video content. He has two New England Emmy Awards as Writer/Director/Producer, among his 28 Emmy Nominations during his 25 plus year career in New England.He’s a Part-Time Professor at the Vermont Sate College System: since January 2014 teaching in the Visual Arts, English/Philosophy/Film and Business Departments at NVU-Lyndon; since Spring of 2016teaching in the Business department at NVU-Johnson and in 2016 named Co-Director of NVU’s incubator Without Walls, that supports small business development with experienced student labor. In 2019 he was elected Alternate Delegate of the Part/Time Faculty Union Chapter VT-AFT Local 7810.With a nod to media industry development, in 2012 he was named inaugural Marketing Chair for the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences until 2018 when it was incorporated into his new role: Co-Chair of Strategic Planning. He served as National Trustee in 2010-2012, after two terms as President of the New England Chapter and Founding Co-Chair of Presidents Council from 2006-2010.
Local Government Involvement
Business Representative - NH Canada Trade Council (Since 2010)
Moderator - Profile School District Budget Meeting (Since 2016)
Communications Chair - Littleton Main Streets Initiative (Since 2017)
Vice President - NE/Canada Business Council (Since 2018)
Treasurer & NH North Country Representative - Catamount Arts (Since 2016)
Co-Chair 2019 & NH North Country Representative, Community Advisory Board - Vermont Public Television (Since 2017)
Member, NH House of Reps. - Committee on Fish & Game & Marine Resources (2018-2020)
Miscellaneous Information:
In 1987 he earned a B.A. in Communications (R/TV/F) from University of Maryland
In 2015 he received an M.S. in Marketing magna cum laude at
He lives in/enjoys the White Mountains of NH with his wife Betty & daughter Maggie