Throughout her life, Bonnie Roberts has excelled in varied roles. She was a U.S. Navy officer, then a police officer. She was a business student, then a business manager, then a business owner. Most recently, she has been a civic leader, a home care manager, and a coach and advisor for caregivers.
In all of these pursuits, Bonnie has proved to be a compassionate leader and motivator. We’re proud to have her in our Home Helpers family as the local owner in Londonderry, New Hampshire. So it’s no surprise that her peers are proud of her, too.
An “Extraordinary” Leader
Recently the Nashua Telegraph chose Bonnie from “dozens of nominations” as one of 25 Extraordinary Women in the Londonderry and Nashua area. The award committee honored Bonnie because she truly makes a difference, and can “serve as an example to young people of how to lead a life of meaning.”
Bonnie’s “broad and varied” career and her focus on community caught the eye of the Telegraph. Despite her busy schedule as a senior home care business owner, Bonnie finds time to contribute to her community. Her roles include:
- Team lead in the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life
- Board member and past president of the Greater Derry/Londonderry Chamber of Commerce
- Chairman of the Londonderry Elder Affairs Committee
- Co-chair of the Manchester Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Center’s Caregiver Advisory Committee
In addition, she founded and runs Care Coaching New England, which offers consulting and advice for working caregivers.
Please join us in applauding this remarkable and caring leader for her well-deserved recognition.
Congratulations, Bonnie Roberts!