Donna Marsh and Tricia Morin Join New Hampshire Housing Board of Directors

August 2, 2021

Donna Marsh of Stratham and Tricia Morin of Hopkinton were recently appointed to the New Hampshire Housing Board of Directors by Governor Chris Sununu.  

Marsh is the Interim Director for Home for All/United Way Greater Seacoast, a coalition to end homelessness. Previously she was the executive director for New Generation, Inc., a family-oriented shelter for homeless pregnant women and women with small children. Marsh has served with CASA New Hampshire, New Hope for Adoption, and On Belay. 

Morin is the President/Owner of Tarkka Homes, Inc., a custom homebuilder serving central and southern New Hampshire. She was a partner in The Abacus Group, a lobbying firm for small businesses and organizations affiliated with the residential construction industry. Morin has held numerous positions on the NH Home Builders Association Board of Directors, and has been the chair of its Government Affairs Committee since 2004. 

Donald Shumway of Hopkinton serves as the chair of the New Hampshire Housing Board of Directors, and John A. Cuddy of North Conway is the vice chair. The nine-member board is appointed by the Governor and Executive Council. New Hampshire Housing promotes, finances and supports affordable housing and related services for the people of New Hampshire. Established by the state legislature as a self-supporting public corporation, it receives no state operating funds.   

New Hampshire Housing Reports, Studies & Data   

  • 2021 New Hampshire Residential Rental Cost Survey Report  
  • Housing Market Reports 
  • New Hampshire Housing FY20 Annual Report 
  • State housing market economic and demographic data 

About New Hampshire Housing: As a self-supporting public corporation, New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority promotes, finances and supports affordable housing. NHHFA operates rental and homeownership programs designed to assist low- and moderate-income persons with obtaining affordable housing. We have helped more than 50,000 families purchase their own homes and been instrumental in financing the creation of more than 15,000 multi-family housing units.