Kris Schultz has been a dedicated community organizer and activist for over 20 years, with a life-long commitment to social justice and democratic values.
- She has worked as a consultant in political campaigns in New Hampshire and throughout the U.S., for candidates running for positions from mayor to president. She also advised AARP, Americans for Healthcare, and Reform Immigration for America.
- She has built strong ties with New Hampshire’s communities of faith, from local congregations to statewide organizations. She recently served as the President of the Greater Concord Interfaith Council.
- She volunteers actively with organizations that address the needs and concerns of new Americans; especially those arriving in Concord as refugees, people facing homelessness, and families grappling with poverty.
- She has served as a Supervisor of the Checklist in Concord’s Ward 9 for the last six years, registering new voters every election day.
- She was educated at the School of Public Affairs at American University in Washington, D.C., and the Department of Sociology at the University of Louisville in Kentucky. She holds a B.A. in Political Science.
Kris has lived in Alton Woods in Concord’s Ward 9 with her husband Gene Taylor, Franklin Roosevelt the pug, and Tenzin the cat, since 2008.