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Rivier University leader named to NH Charitable Foundation board

NASHUA – Sister Paula Marie Buley, president of Rivier University in Nashua, is serving in a new leadership role with one of New Hampshire’s largest charitable groups.

Buley was recently named to the Board of Directors of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. The 14-member board includes leaders from the business, public and nonprofit sectors. ...

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NASHUA – Sister Paula Marie Buley, president of Rivier University in Nashua, is serving in a new leadership role with one of New Hampshire’s largest charitable groups.

Buley was recently named to the Board of Directors of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. The 14-member board includes leaders from the business, public and nonprofit sectors.

The public charity funds projects that improve the quality of life for New Hampshire citizens, including 5,000 grants and scholarships totaling $30 million annually.

“As New Hampshire’s largest provider of unrestricted scholarships in the state, we are excited to have Sister Paula’s added perspective on higher education,” NH Charitable Foundation President and CEO Richard Ober said in an announcement.

Buley became president of Rivier, an 81-year-old Catholic liberal arts school, in 2012. She has more than 25 years of experience in higher education administration and has held senior positions at Anna Maria College, Mount St. Mary University and Immaculata University, and was previously executive vice president of administration at Seton Hall University, according to information provided by Rivier.

Buley holds a doctoral degree in higher education from the University of Pennsylvania, as well as an MBA from Villanova University and master’s degree in Catholic Studies from Georgetown University.

Buley serves as a director for New Hampshire Catholic Charities and St. Joseph Hospital. She is also a member of the New Hampshire Higher Education Commission and a New Hampshire College and University Council executive committee member, according to information provided by the school.

– Telegraph staff