Sink named to loan corporation board
CONCORD — The New Hampshire Higher Education Loan Corporation one of The NHHEAF Network Organizations, recently announced the election of Tim Sink to a three-year term on its all-volunteer board of directors, which focuses on providing resources to college planning families in New Hampshire.
Tim Sink, president of the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce since 1992, currently serves on the New Hampshire Economic Development Advisory Board, State Council for the Arts and the State Film Commission and is on the Board of Directors for Care Net Pregnancy Center and Capital Regional Development Council.
Prior to joining the Concord Chamber of Commerce, Sink served as director of operations and member services at the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce and served as past-president of the New Hampshire Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives, past-chair of the New England Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives, and was former director for the American Chamber of Commerce Executives.
He is a graduate of the Institutes for Organizational Management from the University of Colorado and a participant of the Center for Creative Leadership in Greensboro, N.C.
He earned a bachelor degree in music education from Notre Dame College.
He has been a resident of Concord since 1987.
“The NHHELCO Board is thrilled to have Tim's leadership and expertise as we move forward with our mission to provide affordable student loan options and college planning support to New Hampshire's students and parents,” said RenÚ A. Drouin, president and CEO of The NHHEAF Network Organizations, in a statement.
“We are thankful for the time and commitment of the professionals who serve on NHHELCO's all-volunteer board.”
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