Our Faculty are subject matter experts who care deeply about the mission and the students of Granite State College. They enjoy opportunities to share their real-world expertise and help you apply what you learn in a way that’s meaningful to your personal and professional goals.
Learning from instructors who are active in their field will provide you with a unique experience as a student: they understand your goals, challenge you in the classroom, celebrate your milestones, and support you if you encounter any challenges during your experience balancing your college education with the rest of your responsibilities.
We appreciate our talented, dynamic instructors and here are a few that make us particularly proud!
An official listing of our faculty is available in the Catalog.
Kelly Clark – Business, Management, and Leadership
By day, Kelly Clark serves as the Regional Vice President of AARP, a nonprofit, nonpartisan, social welfare organization that works to enhance the quality of life for all by changing the way America defines aging. Since early 2016, she has also served as a member of the faculty at Granite State College, sharing her leadership and management expertise teaching both undergraduate and graduate students.
Steve Couture – Business and Management
Steve Couture works as an administrator for the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services. With expertise in management, he offers undergraduate students insight into how to apply these skills on the job. In addition, he is a member of the New Hampshire Army National Guard.
Karen RJ White – Project Management
With more than twenty years of experience that spans the information technology, health care, and insurance industries, Karen RJ White serves as the director of the M.S. in Project Management. In this role, Karen advises project management students, supports faculty, develops courses, and serve as a senior lecturer.