Published DateLACONIA — Jeff Kellett, a long-time Lakes Region resident and former member of the Laconia City Council, has been named president of the board of directors of Enhanced Life Options.
ELO is a non-profit 501(c) 3 organization, established in 1993. For 20 years ELO has been committed to enhancing the lives of people with disabilities. It provides consulting, advocacy, mentoring, referral services and trust related services for the disabilities community, including special needs trusts, supplemental needs trusts, pooled trusts and trusts for independent living.
Kellett brings many years of experience with the organization to the position, having served on both the Strategic Planning and Finance Committees of the board.
He is uniquely qualified to move ELO forward and flourish. "His dedication and passion for his work and the organization qualifies him to be an effective leader", explains Executive Director Nina Hamberger.
With three locations in Bedford and Laconia, New Hampshire and St. Johnsbury, Vermont, and utilizing private sector funds, ELO interacts withmany members of the disabilities community, including graduates of the Laconia State School, to arrange services beyond what public benefits have to offer, including modified van purchases, household goods and home purchases.
Jeff Kellett (Courtesy photo)