Bill Veillette has been executive director of NEDCC since late 2009. Previously, he was executive director of the New Hampshire Historical Society where he focused on improving the preservation of and access to its collections, and strengthening local historical societies. He is responsible for leading and managing the overall operation of NEDCC. Bill has a particular interest in helping collections-holding institutions develop financial strategies to sustain their online digital content and make the case for their fundamental mission of saving, preserving, and sharing historic and artistic works. He currently serves as a trustee of Historic Deerfield, an overseer of Historic New England, and a fellow of the Massachusetts Historical Society. Bill earned a B.A. in Economics from Cornell University and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School, and has co-authored three books: An Early History of New Concord, N.Y. (1990), Amherst Historical Moments (2004), and Walking Tours of Amherst Village (2010).
Joanne Masse has worked in the accounting field since 1990. She is responsible for the implementation of the Center’s Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, General Ledger, Payroll and Personnel Maintenance. Joanne earned a B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Massachusetts Lowell, and an Advanced Accounting Certificate from the New Hampshire College Graduate School of Business.
Jonathan Goodrich has worked in the museum and conservation fields since 1992. He holds a masters degree in Museum Studies from the George Washington University and previously worked at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Jonathan is responsible for the storage, tracking, and transportation of client collections, as well as courier trips and providing technical assistance and coordination for clients. Jonathan is a member of the New England Museum Association and the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
Julie Martin has been with NEDCC since 2004. She creates stories about the Center’s activities, which are shared through the E-News List and other publicity outlets, and is at the keyboard for NEDCC's social media announcements and updates. Julie organizes the Center's exhibits at conferences across the country, and handles advertising opportunities. She assists in development initiatives, including grant writing and reporting, managing deadlines, and other award requirements. Julie earned a B.A. in Anthropology, Franklin Pierce College.
Juanita joined NEDCC in 2000. She is responsible for all purchasing for the Center, as well as providing support to the Book, Paper, Imaging, and Audio Preservation departments. Juanita’s previous experience includes Office Administration for several Catholic parishes, schools and rectories. She greets the Center’s visitors, and handles phone, client, and vendor reception. Juanita holds certificates in psychology and front desk management.
Jeneen joined the Center in 2019 with 25 years of administrative experience. She will be responsible for providing client support including inquiries, correspondence, and payments, as well as providing support for NEDCC staff members in preparation of proposals and billing. Jeneen participates in internal project management meetings and coordinates the Board of Directors and Advisory Committee meetings.