Richard Anderson, Facilities Manager
Richard Anderson was born in London, grew up in London and Norwich, Great Britain, and studied physics at the University of London. He worked as a builder before meeting his wife, Suzanne, and moving to the US. He has worked in construction in Oregon and Pennsylvania, taught wood-working at a Waldorf School in San Francisco, and taken care of developmentally disabled people in New Hampshire. After settling in Harrisville with Suzanne and their son, Galen, Richard was a bus driver for the Keene Waldorf School. He began working at Apple Hill in 2002, driving the bus and doing odd jobs, and has worked here full time since 2008. He enjoys reading, watching movies and Boston sports teams, skiing, hiking, camping, and traveling.
Naomi Lee, Development Officer
Naomi Davis Lee is a fundraiser, an educator, an international speaker, a published author, and an enduring optimist. She is a graduate of the University of Utah (M.A., Linguistics; BFA) where she taught English for over a decade.
Naomi began her professional development career in 2004, working as Development Director with the Utah Film Center. Since she launched her development consulting practice in 2008, she has raised over ten million dollars in support of worthy causes in varied sectors: arts, culture, and humanities; civil rights; education and research; environment; health; human services; and community improvement. Her nonprofit experience includes feasibility studies, capital and endowment campaigns, major giving, and strategic planning.
Naomi has served on the allocations committee of United Way of Salt Lake and currently serves on the human trafficking task force in Concord and development committee of the Peterborough Players.
Naomi is committed to working with institutions that proactively build an exploratory, diverse, and forward-thinking community.
Gail Malitas, Office Administrator
Gail comes to Apple Hill with a varied background. She spent over 15 years as an outside sales rep of industrial products, then parlayed that experience into being a major gift officer at Northfield Mount Hermon School. It helped that she had been a class agent for her Bowdoin class, raising money for the Alumni Fund, for years.
After leaving NMH, she joined the Keene Chorale and was asked to serve on the board, where she is now the Fundraising Chair. She also serves on the board of Monadnock Arts Alive! and Raylynmor Opera.
She started with Apple Hill as a grant writer, and in the summer of 2013 filled in for Amelia as Summer Coordinator for a month. In November of that year she came on as Administrative Coordinator and continues as such.
Amelia Perron, Summer Workshop Administrator
Amelia began her association with Apple Hill in 2003 as a Summer Chamber Music Workshop participant. She joined the staff as Summer Coordinator in 2008, after receiving her Bachelor of Music in violin performance, summa cum laude, from Lawrence University. As a freelance violinist, she has performed with several local ensembles, most recently Symphony New Hampshire, and enjoys playing chamber music. In interludes away from Apple Hill, she has lived, studied, and worked in Paris and Provence. Amelia enjoys reading and traveling.