• Introducing NCCC's New Executive Director Jaclynn Rodriguez

    After a national search the Friends of the Norris Cotton Cancer Center has named Jaclynn Rodriguez as the next Executive Director, Friends of the Norris Cotton Cancer Center.

    Jaclynn joins from the Rivkin Center for Ovarian Cancer, a non-profit in Seattle, WA, dedicated to funding ovarian cancer research and providing ovarian and breast health education where she oversaw the fundraising efforts for the organization. She also has previous experience overseeing the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation of Washington & Alaska Chapters’s endurance event fundraising programs and managing the national volunteer program for the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer series.

    Please join us in welcoming Jaclynn into this exciting new chapter for the Friends!

    Jaclynn Rodriguez

    Dear Friends,

    I am thrilled and honored to join the Friends of the Norris Cotton Cancer Center as the new executive director. I look forward to working with you!

    I am excited to bring my experience in community fundraising to the Friends. I'm passionate about making a difference in the fight against cancer and giving back to my community, and am confident that I'll be able to achieve this through the Friends, alongside our dedicated team and volunteers. New Hampshire has always been my home and I look forward to moving to the Upper Valley with my family this fall.

    I am very thankful for Jean Brown’s leadership and commitment to the Friends over the past 17 years. I'm eager to continue this work with your input, participation, and support to further the mission of our organization.

    I hope to have the opportunity to get to get to know all of you our donors, volunteers, partners, and neighbors and look forward to celebrating our 40th year of the Friends and the Prouty together in 2021.

    Thank you for your continued support of the Friends.