Christine McMahon joined Fedcap in 2009 and has championed the organization’s strategic growth, significantly increasing the nonprofit’s size as well as its service delivery and reach among people in need throughout the Northeast.
Ms. McMahon has more than 25 years’ experience in social and mental-health services in New York and New England. She is nationally recognized for the breadth of her strategic vision and her expertise across a wide range of social programs, for the implementation of numerous social-service-delivery and community-based initiatives, and for influencing state and local healthcare and social policy. She previously served as Senior Vice President and COO of an Easter Seals region that encompassed New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, Rhode Island, New York and Massachusetts.
Ms. McMahon received her Master of Health Administration from the University of New Hampshire and her BA in Psychology from New England College. Her numerous honors include the New Hampshire Business Review-Outstanding Women in Business Award, the National Easter Seals – Lou Lowenkron Award for Program Innovation, the Division for Children, Youth and Families – Director’s Choice Award, and the Riverbend Community Mental Health – Rainbow Award.