Nathan Wechsler & Company, PA is pleased to announce that Brett McConn recently joined the board of directors of Safe Haven Ballet. He will serve as treasurer.
Safe Haven Ballet’s purpose is to serve the community “by providing free trauma-sensitive ballet, movement, and art classes for survivors of sexual violence and trauma, as well as create uplifting and inspiring ballet-based performances.” The nonprofit was founded in 2019 by Lissa Curtis, the organization’s current executive director and a survivor of sexual assault herself. To learn more, visit safehavenballet.org.
“I am incredibly excited about my new position on the Safe Haven board,” said McConn. “I’ve known Lissa since my time in college when we performed together in numerous productions. It is fantastic to be able to serve an organization in a way that so perfectly aligns my professional and personal interests.”
McConn studied at the University of New Hampshire, earning a Bachelor of Science in Accounting in 2015 and a Master of Science in Accounting in 2016. After graduating, he joined the Nathan Wechsler & Company, PA team—he has spent the entirety of his professional accounting career with the firm. McConn currently serves as a senior and specializes in working with clients in the nonprofit sector. He lives in Nottingham, New Hampshire, with his wife.