Representative Linda Harriott-Gathright (D)

Hillsborough - District 10

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Home Address

28 Marian Lane
Nashua, NH  03062-2153
Seat #: 4042

Additional Information

House Committee Information
Committee Name: Criminal Justice and Public Safety
Position:  Member
Committee Phone:  603-271-3529
Committee Function:
It shall be the duty of the Committee on Criminal Justice and Public Safety to consider all matters relating to the criminal code; criminal justice, the Department of Corrections, sentencing, drug enforcement, bail, probation, parole, corrections facilities, DWI, domestic violence, firearms, fireworks, police and fire training, victims’ assistance and such other matters as may be referred to it.

Personal Biography
West Philadelphia HS (Philadelphia, PA)
Daniel Webster College (Nashua, NH; AS, 1986; BS, 1987)
• Nashua resident for 43 years (37 of which are in Ward 9)
• Mother of 5 – grandmother of 12 – great grandmother of 1

I am retired from Verizon after 34 ½ years, with a background in writing contracts for third party vendors as well as process and procedures for new technology (DSL, Fiber, etc.). I have managed a team of 4-240 personnel.
Local Government Involvement
Former Alderman serving 2 terms. I serve on the following committees:
• Board of Aldermen (BOA)
• Finance – Secretary
• Board of Health – liaison
• Human Affairs – Vice Chair
• Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) – sub liaison
• Substandard Living Conditions Special – Secretary
• CODG – sub liaison
• Community Consortium – sub liaison
• Nashua Transit System – liaison
• Attended other committee when able to, i.e. Budget
Miscellaneous Information:
My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) is a community strategic action plan, to ensure all our young people can achieve their full potential. Below are the primary goals of Nashua MBK Community Challenge:

Entering School read to learn
•Reading at grade level by third grade
•Preventing violence and providing second chances
•Co-Chair Nashua Conversation on Race & Justice (NCCRJ) our mission is to provide continuous conversation between the community and law enforcement by increasing safety, trust, and empathy.
• Building positive communication in the community where everyone will be heard and taken seriously.