These influential Granite Staters represent the arts, philanthropy, business, the local food movement, sports, science, education and more. Get to know this year’s who’s who of New Hampshire and how they are helping shape our state.
These 19 Granite Staters have influenced, shaped and put NH on the map with their contributions to philanthropy, athletics, political action, performing arts, business success and more. Find out who’s “It” for 2013.
Here are the people who have had the kind of impact that the world should expect from a true Granite Stater (even the one who just dropped in from New York to save the Gorham Mill). Each one is a true chip off the Old Man of the Mountain and to each one we say, "Rock on!"
New Hampshire is partly geography, sure, but so much of the character of our state is actually defined by the people who live here, work here or pass through and leave their mark. Our It List is an annual check on that biological infrastructure, the ever-changing human geography of the Granite State. Here are 16 people who have become, at least for now, New Hampshire's face, heart, mind and imagination.