Colin Van Ostern was elected by his fellow New Hampshire citizens to represent Executive Council district two in Concord beginning in January of 2013.
His goal is to support the creation of good jobs and strong communities, with more focus on economic growth and less government interference in our personal lives.
Colin brings strong business experience and a track-record of advocating for pro-growth, pro-consumer policies in our state.
Colin lives in Concord, NH with his wife and two year-old son, and works as a business manager at Stonyfield Farm in Manchester, he manage several of the company’s product lines. Previously, he worked as a business consultant, helping more than thirty nonprofits and local small businesses grow and strengthen our community, as well as serving as a senior advisor to elected officials including U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen and Congresswoman Ann McLane Kuster. Colin earned an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth and a BA from The George Washington University.
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