Consultants Resource Bank

Douglass Teschner, Ed.D.

2100 Brushwood Road
Pike, NH 03780
Phone: (603) 989-5429

A proven, results-oriented leader, mentor, coach, trainer and teacher embracing challenge, integrating vision with a passion for excellence, inspiring a higher level of personal and professional performance, committed to team building, leadership development, transparency, and quality communication.

Broad-based experience in nonprofit and government leadership with a focus on Leadership Development

15 years international development experience as a Peace Corps country director, expert consultant, and project leader

14 years as development director for a leading NH non-profit

12 years as a NH state legislator

Consulltant for a variety of nonprofit and state agencies including leadership development, staff training, organizational development, health and safety, policy development, conference management, grant writing, marketing, and public relations.  Designed and implemented national conferences.

Mountain guide and leader of outdoor programs for special needs youth

Specialties: Communications/Marketing, Communications - Planning, Communications - Public Relations, Executive - Interim Directorship, Grant Writing, Human Resources, HR - Conflict Resolution, HR - Executive Coaching, HR - Facilitation/mediation, HR - Hiring/Termination/Evaluation, HR - Volunteer Management, Organizational Planning/Development, Organizational Planning - Mission & Vision Planning, Organizational Planning - Organizational Assessment, Program Planning and Evaluation, Program Planning - Program Development, Strategic/Business Plan Development


Riverbend Community Mental Health
Allan Moses -
PO Box 2032
Concord , NH 03302

Grant writing, fundraising, public relations.

Ed Harvey -
159 Bank St suite 300
Burlington , VT 05401

Project development, program leadership, training, budget management,international development.

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