Nate Boston Named Executive Director of Appalachian Mountain Teen Project

LACONIA — The Appalachian Mountain Teen Project (AMTP) is pleased to announce Nate Boston as the new Executive Director. Boston has been working with AMTP for over two years as the Associate Director and Youth Mentor.

Boston came to AMTP with approximately twenty-two years of experience working with teens and extensive experience in program development and administration. He served as a founding member and Head of School of the King George School, an emotional growth school in rural Vermont and was a founding member and Field Director for Adirondack Leadership Expedition, a wilderness therapy program for youth in upstate New York.

Under Boston's leadership, the AMTP has established an effective team of staff members to take AMTP into the future. Ray Conner, former Laconia- based Youth Mentor, now serves as AMTP's Director of Development, and Katie Chwasciak, former Voices Project and After School Programs Coordinator, now serves in a more extensive role as AMTP's Community Programs Director. Ashley Mann, AMTP's Laconia-based Youth Mentor, will continue to serve our youth in the Laconia and Gilford school districts.



Ray Connor, Appalachian Mountain Teen Project Community Programs Director; Nathan Boston, AMTP's  new executive director, and Ashley Mann, AMTP's Laconia Youth Mentor. (Courtesy photo)