Representative Caroletta Alicea (D)

Merrimack - District 8


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Home Address


Boscawen, NH  03303-3700
cmealicea@aol.com

Seat #: 4056

Additional Information

House Committee Information
Committee Name: Children and Family Law
Position:  Clerk
Committee Phone:  271-3529
Committee Function:
It shall be the duty of the Committee on Children and Family Law to consider matters relating to children and youth, their rights, obligations, and protection, including all matters covered by RSA 169 B, 169 C, and 169 D, divorce custody and child support; the application of criminal laws and sentencing to children and such other matters as may be referred to it.

Asst.Democratic Floor Leader

Rep. Alicea also serves on the:
New Hampshire Council on Suicide Prevention

Personal Biography
3rd Term in the NH House
Represents Boscawen

Henley Preparatory (Jamaica Estates, NY)
Springfield College (BA/Human Services)
Emerson College (Boston, MA, 1989)
Local Government Involvement
Appointed by Governor Lynch to the Board of Hearing Care Providers,served on the Children Family and Law Committee And acted as Clerk the last year. Assistant floor leader and President of the Order of Women’s Legislators (OWLS). In 2018 was invited to Georgia to do Voter Registration at the HBCUs and other colleges.
Miscellaneous Information:
President and CEO of Community Integrated Services and Senior Vice President of Granite Bay Care Inc. (Co-Founder of both). I provide direction to agency management and serve as the liaison between the Board of Trustees and the executive management team, having over 30 years of of experience in all levels of management, finance, accounting, and leadership. My educational interests and experience come in part from my nineteen and a half years serving on the Merrimack Valley School Board serving on the Finance, Negotiations, Curriculum, Board Title 1 Advisor and Student Ethics Committee. I felt that all children should be treated the same . New Hampshire is changing and there were more diverse families moving here and I did not feel that there was any one representing their needs.