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Ms. Elizabeth S. Hager

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Phone: (603) ***-****  HQ Phone
Conservation NH
88 North Main Street Suite 303
Concord, New Hampshire 03301
United States


Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • master's degree
    University of New Hampshire
  • undergraduate degree
    Wellesley College
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Web References
Conservation NH | Protecting NH's Environment | Conservation New Hampshire, 23 May 2014 [cached]
Elizabeth Hager, President
Elizabeth Hager Elizabeth Sears Hager was in public service for almost three decades: she was first elected to the New Hampshire Legislature in 1972 and served for thirteen terms before being defeated in the Republican Primary in 2008. She ran for the Republican nomination for governor in the September 1992 primary election. Ms. Hager was also a Concord City Councilor, serving as the city's first woman mayor from 1988 to 1990. She was a delegate to the 1974 and 1984 Constitutional Conventions and was a sponsor of the Equal Rights Amendment, which became a part of the State Constitution in 1975. Ms. Hager was Executive Director of the United Way of Merrimack County in Concord for fifteen years and retired as Executive Vice President of Granite United Way. She assumed those positions after years of volunteerism, including roles as both President of the Board and Campaign Chair of the Concord United Way. Ms. Hager has also served on the Board of Directors of many organizations: and is currently a founding Board member of the New Hampshire Fiscal Policy Institute and a member of the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center Board. She is also a director of Lincoln Financial Variable Insurance Products Trust. Elizabeth Hager earned a master's degree from the University of New Hampshire after receiving an undergraduate degree from Wellesley College.
NH Senate Votes to Uphold RGGI | Conservation New Hampshire, 7 Sept 2011 [cached]
"Conservation NH applauds this bipartisan group for listening to leading New Hampshire businesses, conservation organizations and economists, and for re-affirming that RGGI is in the best economic interest of the state," stated Conservation NH Board Chair Elizabeth Hager. More than $26 million in RGGI revenue has been invested in creating jobs and reducing costs for New Hampshire families, businesses and local governments. "Instead of succumbing to out-of-state special interests, these senators have put New Hampshire's interests first. Hager said.
Board of Directors - New Hampshire Fiscal Policy Institute, 17 May 2014 [cached]
Elizabeth Hager - Chairwoman
Executive Vice President -retired Granite United Way
The nominees are: Daniel R. Hayes, ..., 25 July 2013 [cached]
The nominees are: Daniel R. Hayes, Steve A. Cobb, Michael D. Coughlin, Nancy L. Frisby, Elizabeth S. Hager, Gary D. Lemon, Ph.D, Thomas A. Leonard, Thomas D. Rath, Pamela J. Salaway, Kenneth G. Stella, and David H. Windley.
Elizabeth S. Hager. Ms. Hager has served as a Trustee of LVIP since 2007 and of LAT since 2011. She previously served as a Director of the Jefferson Pilot Variable Fund, Inc. from 1989 to 2007. Ms. Hager served as Executive Director of the United Way of Merrimack County from 1996 until 2010, then Executive Vice President of Granite United Way until her retirement in 2011. Ms. Hager has also served as a State Representative in the State of New Hampshire for 26 years and on the Concord, New Hampshire City Council for nine years, with two of those years as Mayor of Concord. Previous experience for Ms. Hager also includes serving on the CFX Bank and Bank of New Hampshire Boards as well as many non-profit association boards. Through her experience, Ms. Hager provides the Board with legislative, consumer and market insights.
The Board is currently comprised of nine Trustees, eight of whom (Messrs. Cobb, Coughlin, Lemon, Rath, Stella and Windley and Mesdames Frisby and Hager) are classified under the 1940 Act as “non-interested” persons of LVIP (i.e., the Independent Trustees) and one of whom (Daniel R. Hayes) is classified as an interested person of LVIP (i.e., the Interested Trustee).
The members of the Audit Committee are Independent Trustees: Steve A. Cobb, Nancy L. Frisby, Elizabeth S. Hager, and David H. Windley (Chairman).
The current members of the Nominating and Governance Committee are Independent Trustees: Nancy L. Frisby, Elizabeth S. Hager, Kenneth G. Stella (Chairman) and David H. Windley.
Elizabeth S. Hager
Elizabeth S. Hager, Trustee
Senator Jeanne Shaheen to Address NH Pro-Choice Community :: NARAL Pro-Choice New Hampshire, 22 June 2012 [cached]
Elizabeth Hager, NARAL Pro-Choice New Hampshire Political Action Committee chair, said the following about the event:
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