Manchester, N.H. (December, 10, 2021) — Sharron McCarthy, CEO, Girls Inc. of New Hampshire was honored by NH Business Review as one of the most influential non-profit leaders in the second bi-annual New Hampshire 200 list. The New Hampshire 200 is the product of a year-long research initiative by the editors of NH Business Review, resulting in an insightful and engaging look at the state’s most influential business leaders across major industries. NH Business Review will celebrate the New Hampshire 200 during a reception on December 9 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Manchester Downtown, and will also be publishing a New Hampshire 200 book detailing the accomplishments of the recipients.
In response to being selected, Sharron McCarthy commented, “I’m truly honored and grateful to be on this list. I love making a positive difference with my work.”
Sharron worked in publishing for over 30 years, working for weekly, daily, and monthly publications around New England. Previously, she was the publisher of New Hampshire Magazine, NH Business Review, Parenting NH, New Hampshire HOME and custom publishing projects. After serving three years as a board member, McCarthy joined the nonprofit Girls Inc. NH as CEO in 2020, using her business connections and management, event and business development skills to grow the organization.
The New Hampshire 200, first launched two years ago, recognizes business owners and leaders from all corners of the state across major industries, including architecture/engineering/construction, business and professional services, education, energy, finance, healthcare, hospitality, law, manufacturing, media/marketing, nonprofit, real estate, retail and technology. The New Hampshire 200 book includes personal, career and industry insight for readers, such as business lessons learned, challenges, predictions and more.
“We are pleased to announce this year’s New Hampshire 200 list, which spotlights a truly remarkable group of individuals leading the Granite State in their respective industries,” said Jeff Feingold, editor of NH Business Review. “This list has been months in the making and has involved extensive research, interviews, and communication with our contacts in regional business circles. We look forward to providing the people of New Hampshire this inspiring look at the individuals who are making an immeasurable positive impact on the state, and to honor Sharron McCarthy in our 2021 New Hampshire 200.”