Peter Kelleher provides strategic visioning, development, and oversight of more than 80 programs comprising a $20 million+ operating budget. He also oversees proposal development resulting in an average of $15 million in grants annually as well as of 350+ management/direct care professionals.
Mr. Kelleher achieved his BA degree in Psychology from Clark University and his Masters in Social Work degree from Simmons College School of Social Work. He has more than 40 years of experience in the field of health and human services, non-profit management, low-income housing and facility development. Peter began his career in the non-profit sector as Harbor Homes’ first employee in 1982. Under his vision, the Partnership model was born and nurtured, now serving approximately 6,000 community members annually. Past positions include roles at MIT, Middlesex Community College, and the Massachusetts Tuberculosis Treatment Center. As the former Chair of the State Interagency Council on Homelessness, Peter has long been involved in shaping public policy in NH.
Mr. Kelleher is the recipient of numerous awards, recognizing his leadership and impact on the community, including Community Development Leader of the Year by the University of New Hampshire (2003); National Alliance for Mental Illness NH Annual Award for Systems Change (2007), the Peter Medoff AIDS Housing Award (2007), the Walter J. Dunfey Corporate Fund Award for Excellence in Non Profit Management (2009), and the NH Business Magazine Excellence in Nonprofit Award (2010). Peter also serves as board member of the National Health Care for the Homeless Council, on numerous local and state committees, and in 2015 was appointed as the New England representative to the Department of Veterans Affairs Advisory Committee on Homeless Veterans, where he will be providing advice to the Secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs in regards to veteran homelessness issues on a federal level.
Contact Peter by sending him an email at email@example.com or by calling 603-882-3616.
To learn more about the Partnership for Successful Living, please visit www.nhpartnership.org