Thomas Mongeon

NHEC Service Location: Rumney, NH
Character of NHEC Service Location: Residential – Second Home
Primary Residence: Hampton, NH

Work Experience

Tom is a former nonprofit Executive Director/CEO and former Fortune 100 high tech executive. His experience includes change management, building organizations, leading diverse teams of professionals and managing highly complex projects. From 2013 to 2018 Tom led a NH nonprofit comprising 38 volunteer senior executives and professionals who donated their business expertise to help other NH nonprofits statewide. Prior to that Tom held management positions at GE, Honeywell, United Technologies and the world’s largest distributor of semiconductors. He was a Lead Analyst at ISO New England, the regional transmission (electric grid) operator. He also worked in the engineering department at an electric utility and earned his license as a Professional Engineer in Electrical Power. Tom is currently a consultant, adjunct graduate professor and conference speaker on leadership, governance, strategic planning and executive coaching.


Tom earned a master’s degree in Engineering Management (the engineer’s MBA) and a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering; both from Western New England College. He participates in continuing education courses to maintain his license as a Professional Engineer in Electrical Power.

Community Service

Tom’s nonprofit and community service began 34 years ago while in college and has ranged from volunteer to board director, vice president and chairman. He is an outdoorsman with a lifelong commitment to our environment, to New Hampshire, and to community service.


New Hampshire Lakes Association: Lake Host
Transport Central: Facilitator and Coach
Belknap House: Facilitator and Coach
NH Center for Nonprofit High Impact Volunteer Program (HIVE): Facilitator and Coach


IEEE Power and Energy Society – New Hampshire Chapter: Chairman
Hampton NH Energy Committee: Founding member, Vice Chairman
New England Salem Children’s Trust and the Hunter School – Board of Directors: Vice President
Appalachian Mountain Club: Information Volunteer, Trail Maintenance Volunteer
Executive Service Corps – Board of Directors: Director
Executive Service Corps – Development Committee: Chairman
Executive Service Corps – Marketing Committee: Chairman
Executive Service Corps – Consulting Team: Lead Consultant
Explorer Post: Mentor
Special Olympics: Staff (event coordination)

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