Alex Henlin is the current chairman of the Boys State Committee for the American Legion - Department of New Hampshire. He and the committee are responsible for the design, support, and funding of Boys State.
Mr. Henlin is a 1996 alumnus of New Hampshire Boys State and American Legion Boys Nation. He first joined the Boys State program staff as a junior counselor in 1997; from 2015 through 2017, he served as a Co-Director of Boys State.
Mr. Henlin graduated from Bishop Guertin High School in Nashua, and he earned his undergraduate and law degrees from Georgetown University in Washington, DC. He is a partner in the Concord law firm of Sulloway & Hollis, P.L.L.C., and is a member of Squadron 54 (Bedford) of the Sons of the American Legion.
Keith Luter graduated Boys State in 2000, joined the staff in 2001, and began serving as Director in 2018. He graduated from Bishop Guertin High School in 2001, from George Mason University with a bachelor's degree in political science in 2005, and from the National Defense Intelligence College in 2011 with a master's degree in strategic intelligence. He began a career in the Federal government in 2005 and lives in Clifton, Virginia with his wife, two kids, and dog.
Tim Stackhouse currently serves as the Assistant Director, and has been on staff since graduating from both Boys State and Boys Nation in 2011. He studied Finance at The George Washington University and currently works in the Greater Boston area. In his free time, Tim enjoys spending time with his wife and two sons.
Grant Johnson grew up in Brookline, NH and graduated from Hollis-Brookline in 2014. He attended High Point University and graduated with a B.A. in History and his Master’s in Educational Leadership. He currently teaches civics at Robert B. Glenn High School in Kernersville, North Carolina. This fall, Grant will begin his doctoral program in Educational Theory and Practice at the University of Georgia.
Cody Aubin is the legislative director of New Hampshire Boys State. He graduated from the program in 2013 where he was elected President of the Senate. Mr. Aubin has taught legislative procedure at the program since joining the staff. He graduated from Saint Anselm College in 2018 where he studied politics and history, and wrote his thesis on legislative norms and partisan polarization in the U.S. Senate. He currently lives and works in Manchester, NH as an Investor Relations Manager at a venture capital firm.
Tyler Sweeney is the Director of Engagement and Outreach at The Concord Coalition. He graduated from New England College with a Bachelor's in History and Political Science, and is pursuing a Master's in Applied Intelligence at Georgetown University.
Trevor grew up in Merrimack and graduated from Boys State in 2012. He completed his undergraduate degree in Criminal Justice at Norwich University in 2017 before joining the Army as an Airborne Infantry Officer. Trevor was named as a Fellow at the Norwich University Peace and War Center upon the publication of a conflict analysis while visiting Israel and Palestine. Currently, Trevor is an AMGA Certified Rock Climbing instructor based out of Tennessee.
Benjamin Drye is a senior member of the staff who graduated from NH Boys State in 2012. He received Associate of Science degrees in Accounting and Business Management from River Valley Community College in 2018. In 2020, Ben earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Plymouth State University. Currently, Ben is studying for the Certified Public Accountant Exams, and enjoys cooking and exploring the back roads of New Hampshire in his spare time.
Dody Eid is a third-year staff member who attended Nashua High School South and graduated from Boys State and Boys Nation in 2015. Dody graduated from Harvard University with an Economics degree in 2020, and he currently works as an economic consultant in Boston. He also designed the Boys State website. In his free time, Dody enjoys playing music, attending church, reading, and staying active.
Aidan is a second-year counselor who graduated from Boys State in 2018, where he won the Eli A. Marcoux Award and was chosen as first alternate for Boys Nation. He currently studies Psychology at Plymouth State University. Aidan's favorite thing about Boys State is seeing young men form tight knit bonds in less than a week, in addition to finding their niche interests and learning about themselves and each other.
Kyle is currently serving his first year as a counselor after graduating from Boys State and Boys Nation in 2019. He has just completed his freshman year at American University in Washington D.C. where he is majoring in Communications, Legal Institutions, Economics, and Government. In his free time, Kyle plays in numerous ultimate frisbee leagues.