Meet the Team

Sara Shovlin, MS, CTRS
Executive Director

Sara hails from Philadelphia, PA, where she graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Arts in Health and Societies and later went on to pursue her Master’s Degree in Recreational Therapy, as well as a certification for teaching in higher education. Prior to joining the Boys & Girls Club of the North Country, Sara served as an Academic Advisor and Adjunct Instructor in Temple University’s Therapeutic Recreation Program. Before her time at Temple, Sara was a Recreational Therapist at Select Medical’s Penn State Health Rehabilitation Hospital in Hershey, PA. In her free time, Sara enjoys hiking, mountain biking, and camping with her husband and Irish Doodle/Club puppy, Penny, as well as volunteering and participating in numerous sports and activities with Adaptive Sports Partners of the North Country.

 

Stephanie Wentworth
Administrative Assistant

Stephanie is our Administrative Assistant for the BGCNC.  She grew up in the area and graduated from White Mountains Regional High School. After high school she attended Keene State College where she studied social sciences like psychology. Over the last several years she has moved all over – living in sunny Florida for a few years, and then Massachusetts the last 3 years working for various property management companies. She decided to relocate back “home” last fall – as she felt the mountains were calling and it was time to be close to family again. Her black Labrador retriever named Winston goes everywhere with her including the Club! In her free time she loves to be outdoors, and go fishing, camping, and hiking.

 

Charlie Mulcahy
Program Director

Charles Mulcahy has worked with children throughout his life starting with a summer camp counselor position with the Boys and Girls Club of the North Country in 2013. His experiences there influenced him to change his degree focus from the sciences to the field of Criminal Justice and Psychology. He graduated college with a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice with a Minor is Psychology from Lyndon State College, now Northern Vermont University. Charles then moved to New Hampshire and began working in a residential substance abuse rehabilitation program. Working in this program, Charles developed a passion for helping others, especially those who need us most.