Community Spotlight: Eric LeBlanc, NeighborWorks Southern New Hampshire

NeighborWorks Southern New Hampshire Improves Lives Through Quality Housing

From our beginning in 1976, founder Don Lavallee focused on doing his best to make things better and inspired others to do the same. He cared deeply about our team, our work, and our community. Today, the tradition of giving back remains an important part of what makes Lavallee Brensinger Architects a rewarding place to work and create.

We are excited to spotlight Project Architect, Eric LeBlanc who is currently carrying on a Lavallee Brensinger tradition of serving on the Board of NeighborWorks Southern New Hampshire.

1. What is your current role/position?

I am currently the Vice-Chair of the Board, and chair of the Project Committee for NeighborWorks Southern New Hampshire. 

2. What does this organization bring to the community?

NeighborWorks is focused on providing quality workforce housing, local neighborhood revitalization, first-time homebuyer & financial counseling, providing critical services for underserved communities, as well as engaging in community-building activities and celebrations that improve the lives of so many in Southern New Hampshire.

3. Why is this organization important to you?

NeighborWorks provided me with first-time homebuyer guidance almost 5 years ago, and since then I’ve been fortunate to be involved with an organization whose many services are in some ways more crucial now than they’ve ever been.