NH Humane Society welcomes Ray Boelig to its Board of Directors; names Tony Matos board president

The NH Humane Society recently welcomed a new member to its Board of Directors and named a new board president. Tony Matos, CEO and founder of the Altos Agency, has taken on the role of NH Humane Society board president, and Ray Boelig, president of the Lakes Region Home Builders and Remodelers Association, is the newest board member. 
 
“It is with great enthusiasm that we welcome Tony Matos as our new board president and Ray Boelig to NH Humane Society’s Board of Directors. We are confident that they will provide great direction and input to help our organization achieve its mission of finding responsible and caring forever homes while advocating for animals who cannot speak for themselves,” said Stephen Shaffer, interim executive director. 
 
Tony Matos is the CEO and founder of Altos Agency, a full service agency founded over 15 years ago that provides a broad set of digital marketing services to a diverse set of clients.  He started his professional career as a US Army officer and spent the better part of 20 years in team building, engineering management, and program/project management at advanced engineering organizations.  Matos received his Bachelor of Science in General Engineering from the US Military Academy, West Point and his MBA from Southern New Hampshire University.  He joined the NH Humane Society’s board in 2017 and also serves as a board member of the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce and Families in Transition. He is a resident of Meredith.
 
Ray Boelig is the president of the Lakes Region Home Builders and Remodelers Association. His previous roles include serving as the director of sales at Ponders Hollow Custom Wood Flooring and Millwork, owner of Hampshire Hardwoods, Inc., president and CEO of Elron Software, and VP of sales and marketing at Peerless Systems Corporation.  Boelig received his Bachelor of Arts in Business and Marketing Communications from the University of New Hampshire Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics.  He is a resident of Laconia.