“I believe that the best way to impact a community is to be involved. I chose to run for Alderman At-Large to build on Manchester’s strengths while working together as a team to improve areas where we have fallen behind. I am committed to the continued growth & improvement of Manchester and to building a community where people want to live and young families will thrive. As your Alderman At-Large, I commit to leading with transparency and listening to constituent concerns while researching all avenues presented when decisions have to be made. Let’s work together to find solutions.”
— June Trisciani
June was born and raised in Manchester and is a fourth-generation resident of Manchester. After attending Green Acres Elementary, St. Joseph’s Junior High and Memorial High School, June obtained her master’s in Business Education from Southern NH University, June spent several years teaching at the high school and post-secondary levels before working for various software companies in sales, engineering, and operational positions. In 2008, June became a small business owner and opened j. ellen Design, LLC, a residential and commercial interior design firm.
June resides in Manchester’s Ward 1 with her husband Jeff and is dedicated to community service. She currently serves on the Advisory Council and Chandler House Committee at the Currier Museum of Art and serves on the Board of the B.O.S.S. Initiative, a non-profit dedicated to helping formerly incarcerated individuals integrate back into the community. Prior to becoming Alderman At-Large, June served on the Manchester Heritage Commission and is past Chair of Manchester’s Planning Board. June is a graduate of the Leadership Greater Manchester Class of 2018.
In addition to serving on the Board of Mayor and Aldermen as Alderman At-Large, June was appointed to the Community Improvement, Lands & Building and Joint School Buildings Committees. Additionally, she serves on the following Special Committees: Alcohol, Other Drugs and Youth Services, Riverfront Activities and Baseball and the Joint Committee on Education.