Dover Housing Authority Board of Commissioners
Tim is the Chairman of the Dover Housing Authority Board of Commissioners and a manager of Property Claim Analytics at Liberty Mutual. Tim completed his undergraduate degree in Finance in 2006 and his Masters in Business Administration in 2010,both from the University of New Hampshire's Whittmore School of Business. He also is a Chartered Property-Casualty Underwriter (CPCU). Tim has a unique perspective as a former resident of the Dover Housing Authority, and remains committed to giving back to the community and people that have supported him. He currently resides in Dover with his wife, two young sons and daughter.
MARK S. MOELLER
Mark is the Vice Chair of the Dover Housing Authority of Commissioners and an attorney who has his own law firm in Dover, NH. Mark completed his undergraduate degree in Political Science at the University of Iowa and obtained a Masters Degree in Public Administration from the University of South Dakota. In 1978 Mark received his JD Degree from the University of New Hampshire Law School (formerly Franklin Pierce Law Center). Born in Northwest Iowa, he has lived in New Hampshire since 1975. Mark worked as a Superior Court Law Clerk upon graduation from law school, and then as a contract attorney for the NH Division of Children and Youth. He later became a partner at Cooper, Hall and Walker in Rochester, NH, then opened his own law office in Dover in 1998. Mark has three children and three grandsons. He has been a Dover Housing Authority Commissioner since 2006.
Barbara is a former business owner of Nicole's Hallmark in downtown Dover and is the mother of eight children. She is a life-long member of the Garrison City and lists Dover as her passion. Barbara has been a member of the Dover Housing Authority Board of Commissioners since 1999, and served as Vice Chair from January 2006 to March 2010.
Kevin has over 20 years of experience in public health policy, consulting, training, teaching, research, and services delivery related to homelessness and housing. Kevin is currently a Senior Program Manager in the Government Affairs and Innovations Division of the Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH). He works on a range of initiatives across the country that advance housing as a platform for integrating services that improve individual and community health and wellbeing, and enhance the impact of public and private funding. Previously Kevin spent twelve years as a Research Associate in the Yale University School of Public Health, on the faculty of the Community Health Program at Tufts University, and as a public health consultant throughout the US and overseas. Kevin resides in Dover with his wife and youngest daughter, and is grateful for the opportunity to serve our community.
Pat is a long time resident of Dover with extensive career experience in the construction and renovation of public and private spaces. She is retired as the facilities director at Berwick Academy where she was responsible for the maintenance of the thirteen-building campus and grounds. Pat earned her undergraduate degree from Salve Regina University and her Master of Arts from Fairfield University.