Roseann Anzalone is the Executive Director of Tri-County Literacy Center. Roseann spent 30 years in higher education information technology before moving her focus to direct adult literacy education. She started with the Glens Falls office in 2017 and has worked to increase tutor support and learner opportunities.
Marilyn Bien is the current President of the Board of Directors for Tri-County Literacy Center. and a Warren County resident Marilyn spent 30 plus years teaching ESL students and middle school Spanish. During retirement she became a literacy volunteer in the Glens Falls office. In addition to her role as President of the Board she also teaches our tutor training classes and continues to work with adult English language learners.
Jessica H. Vinson is a resident of Saratoga County and an attorney with the law firm of Bartlett, Pontiff, Stewart & Rhodes, P.C., where she has been a partner since 2013. Jessica is actively involved in the local community, including being a member of the Board of Trustees of the Chapman Historical Museum, the Soroptimist International of the Adirondacks, Wiawaka Center for Women, and the Warren County Bar Association.
Amber Mercure is a resident of Washington County and is a Branch Manager at Glens Falls National Bank where she assists people with their financial goals and needs. She started with Glens Falls National in 2008 as a traveling customer service representative. She is passionate about helping the community
Carol Shippey is a Warren County resident and a retired RN, Carol taught nursing early in her career, and then worked in acute care as a nurse leader. After retirement, she became involved in literacy tutoring. She has had the pleasure of working with many levels of learners, including basic language learning and high school equivalency test preparation.
Bob Dingman is a resident of Washington County and he joins the Tri-County Literacy Center Board following a long time career teaching history and government. A former Board of Education member, he presently serves on the Town of Kingsbury Planning Board and is an active member of the LEAP Board of Directors.
Guinevere Forshey is a resident of Saratoga County and is the Assistant Director of Crandall Public Library, where she has worked in a variety of capacities since 2003. She is an accomplished project manager having administered numerous grants providing services for the public such as technology training, job skills training, access to consumer health information, and the creation of a database of local social and human services providers.
Connie Nealon is a resident of Warren County and first trained as a volunteer tutor in 1976. During her career Connie worked as a public school teacher and education administrator for NYS Department of Corrections. Connie has continued her work in adult education as a local, state and national trainer for literacy, correctional education and learning disabilities.
She is a member of the Literacy New York Trainer Corps and serves as a Commissioner for the Correctional Education Association Standards Commission overseeing accreditation of education programs in state and federal correctional facilities.
Ann Whalen is a resident of Washington County and has been a volunteer with the organization since 2018. Ann is a firm believer in community involvement and has been involved with the Battenkill Conservancy when she isn't working with a learner or promoting adult literacy. Ann has a degree in History and a NY State teaching certification.