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At Exeter Area YMCA, we are committed to enhancing the lives of members in the community through our wide range of activities and events. Over the years, we have been recognized as the leading community center and go the extra mile to make sure our members are happy with our services.

Ever since opening our doors to the community in 2015, we have provided members the chance to get together and experience what we’re all about. Our mission has always been to provide a cultural and educational experience for members — and we’ve done everything we can to achieve this goal to this very day.


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Kimberly Masucci


Kimberly re-joined the SDYMCA as CEO in May 2020. From 2007-2015, Kimberly was the Director of Community Operations for the SDYMCA where she supervised 16 school age childcare programs, implemented Healthy Eating and Physical Activity standards, the CATCH curriculum, and child care licensing rules. She oversaw community-based group exercise programming and opened the Nature Preschool at Camp Gundalow. Kimberly worked to raise funds, design, and operationalize the Exeter Area YMCA facility where she enjoyed recruiting volunteers and managing board development. She also started the annual campaign and community nights for SDYMCA! Kimberly is an experienced trainer, conducting trainings for YMCA professionals and school age child care educators. She is also a certified group exercise instructor. Her past experience includes working for the Federal Bureau of Investigation, as an Estate and Trust Lawyer, and in Commercial Banking for Bangor Savings Bank and Bank of NH. She has served on the SAU 16 Exeter Region Cooperative School Board for seven years and the Center for Wildlife for five years. Kimberly graduated from Georgetown University with a B.S. in Foreign Service and from Michigan State University Law School with a Juris Doctorate degree. An active member of the Michigan State Bar Association, Kimberly lives in Exeter with her partner, Forrest, and her four children. She appreciates the NH landscape by mountain biking, skiing, and hiking with her family.

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Steve Yevich

Finance Director

Steve, who joined us as Finance Director in September 2022, is responsible for making sure our staff members and our vendor partners are paid promptly, and that our cash and other assets are protected with risks minimized. In addition to preparing budgets, Steve also reports-out financial and operational data to measure our performance against our plans. He also maintains all of the Y’s financial records and ensures that all reporting to government agencies and others is done timely.

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Reid Van Keulen

Director of Operations: Youth Development

Reid originally hails from New Zealand, but has spent the last six years working at the YMCA and residing in New Hampshire. He first joined the YMCA team in 2015 as an Adventure Trip Leader for the summer at Camp Lincoln and has since held numerous leadership positions including Program Director, Assistant Camp Director and Director of Camping Services. Prior to joining the YMCA, he spent two summers at Windridge Summer Camp in Vermont and teaching.


Stephanie Grotheer

Accounting Assistant

Stephanie reconciles the daily activity of all the branches. Having joined the finance department of the SDYMCA family in 2018, she continues to be responsible for all our vendor payments and processing payroll. She enjoys the beach in her spare time.

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Michael Boland

Marketing & Development Director

Michael has been working with us since January 2022 as a full-time staff member and prior did a 6-month stint as a consultant developing the marketing and communication strategy we are implementing today. He has over 30 years’ experience in marketing, product development and licensing in the corporate world having worked for major brands like LEGO, Black and Decker, Hasbro, Honeywell and Velcro. Michael covers marketing efforts for the Y as well as our fundraising efforts in the Develop- ment area along with Susan Graham. Michael lives in Exeter with his wife Jodi who also works for the Y and is a trainer and group exercise instructor. They both live with their dog Addie and two grown boys who live in the New England area.


Sean Murphy

Facilities Director

Sean supervises physical facility operations including all buildings and grounds, utilities, energy management systems and safety/security systems in order to provide a safe, healthy, and comfortable environment for members and staff. He is responsible for the scheduling and supervision of maintenance and repair activities, contracted services, and custodial services, and ensuring the physical operation of all Southern District YMCA Assets meets budgetary and strategic objectives. His interests surround working on, driving and showing his classic Mopar, a 1972 Duster 340, and just enjoying his off time with his wife and dog, Punky.

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Vicky Lee

HR Generalist

Vicky joined the SDYMCA team in July 2022 with 10 years of HR experience. She enjoys the variety that Human Resources provides from recruiting, onboarding, policies and the many projects. Vicky’s favorite aspect of HR is Employee Relations where she can support staff in their success and growth within the YMCA.

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Susan Graham

Financial Development Coordinator

Susan Graham joined the SDYMCA-Camp Lincoln in June 2021 as Development Operations Assistant. Now as the Financial Development Coordinator, Susan enjoys working with the entire team to further the mission of the SDYMCA, and has a special fondness to working on the philanthropic culture. Susan loves living on the seacoast; she enjoys family time, collecting sea glass in the summer and skiing in the winter.


Beth Dupell

Membership Director

Beth comes to us from Hampton Parks and Recreation, where she led programs, inclusive of the pickleball program at Hampton. Many know Beth from her time organizing the Christmas decorations in Exeter, and the Santa Claus parade  Beth is an avid pickleball player.

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Jillian Clemens

Health & Wellness Coordinator


Salma Abdalla

Marketing Co-ordinator

Salma joined the Southern District YMCA in December of 2022. She graduated with an MBA from SNHU in Manchester. She enjoys hiking, group exercise and meeting new friends

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Lisa Wharf

Senior Member Services Representative

Lisa has been a staple of the Southern District YMCA’s Welcome Center since it’s opening in 2015! In her role she provides customer service to members, audits processes to ensure accuracy and assists in the training of new associates. Lisa loves her role because she gets to know all the Y members. On her free time she enjoys camping with her family along the rivers of Maine and NH.

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Aimee Hauthaway

Senior Membership Representative

A recent transplant from the Boston area, Aimee spent 20 years in the retail and hospitality world before the lack of real human connection called her to seek out more rewarding and community-based opportunities. Both were found in the Y. Aimee has a passion for Inclusivity. In addition to joking with members at the front desk, she is an avid crafter, and a devoted cat mom to Louis and Nico.

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Mira Siewert

Assistant Camp Director

Originally from the Connecticut shoreline, Mira arrives at Camp Lincoln excited to share skills in Outdoor Education and program administration to make fun and empowering experiences for campers and visitors of Camp Lincoln. Mira has worked with several YMCAs in New England in Aquatics roles and is a long-time lifeguard. Back in Connecticut, Mira was a repeat camper at a local nature camp, working up into CIT and lead counselor staff roles, until receiving a Bachelor's in Psychology and a Master's in Public Administration at Clark University. Mira continued to explore the world of Outdoor Education and for many years served as a Lead Instructor and Course Director for the DCF Wilderness School, an outdoor adventure program for at-risk teens. Mira will be supporting the operations of Camp Lincoln's summer camp experience and leading our Outdoor Education programming and group rentals. Outside of work, you can find Mira swimming, paddling, hiking, making art, playing video games, and working on DIY projects.

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Caleb Hardwick

Facilities Coordinator

Caleb is an native of Arkansas but has been in New England since 2018. Before coming to YMCA Camp Lincoln, he spent five years working in facility management for Rosie's Place, a women's shelter in Boston. He is married to Kristen and together they have one son. Caleb enjoys working outdoors, problem solving, home improvement, exploring, baseball, and history.

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Kristina Wagnitz

Registration & Communications Manager

Kristina is a New Hampshire native who has worked in various positions at YMCA Camp Lincoln since 2001. Although she works in the office most days, her Bachelor's degree in Outdoor Education ensures that she can occasionally be seen on the ropes course or leading a hike at camp. Kristina loves helping new families understand the impact camp can have on their child, and finding a way to make camp affordable for all.

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Dave Lovely-Taillon

Director of Camping Services

A New Hampshire native, Dave is proud to continue Camp Lincoln’s legacy of providing a safe, supportive environment for campers to build self-confidence and lifelong friendships. Dave has been involved with the YMCA his entire life, starting with his summers as a camper right here at Camp Lincoln. Following his summers as a camper, CIT, counselor, program staff, and trip leader, Dave studied Outdoor Education and Business Administration at University of New Hampshire. In the years following, Dave served in various roles with Becket-Chimney Corners YMCA, taught ESL in South Korea and Kyrgyzstan, and traveled around New Zealand, Asia, Africa, and South America. Most recently, Dave has served as the Director of Outdoor Education with Hockomock Area YMCA.

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SACC Registrar & Program Coordinator

Nicole is the SDYMCA the registrar for the School Age Child Care Department and specializes in registration and licensing. Nicole loves working for a cause driven organization that helps families in our community. She also likes to go fishing and enjoys watching basketball as well as spending time with her family and walking her dogs.

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Anthony Panciocco

Director of Child Care Services

Anthony joined the School-Age Child Care team in January of 2022. His career in child care began at the University of Maine, where he served as an AmeriCorps VISTA, which took him all the way down to Charlotte, North Carolina. There he worked nearly five years as the Communications and Program Director for a small non-profit after-school program. Anthony was excited to join the YMCA team where he could provide affordable, reliable child care to all those in need. Anthony recently moved to Exeter and can be found taking walks around town with his wife, 10-month-old son, and dog.

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Melissa Hilfer

Program Coordinator

Melissa has recently celebrated five years at the Southern District YMCA. She joined back in 2018 as a group leader in the School Age Child Care department and is now the Program Coordinator for that department. She enjoys working with children and helping to develop staff as they contribute a vital resource for the community. She is a mom of three wonderful children and many pets. Melissa enjoys reading, travel and cooking.


Nick Zavorotny

Fitness Manager

Nick grew up in Concord NH and played lacrosse and football all through school and college. He has a background in Sports Management from the Husson University in Maine. College is where his passion for fitness and strength training grew, shadowing the strength and conditioning coach and working with stability and movement specialists at sports training facilities in Bangor Maine. He moved to the Dover area where he gained experience working in local fitness gyms building training and fitness programs. Nick enjoys Powerlifting, strongman programs, and watching movies in his free time.

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Shannon Seiferth

Director of Healthy Living

Shannon leads a new mental wellness coaching program as well as other Evidence based programs, like Diabetes Prevention. She recently moved to Stratham with her husband, two young children, and their dog, Moose. She loves to be outside and spend time up in Maine at the lake. Professionally, her mission is to support others in achieving their optimal level of wellness. She utilizes a strengths- based approach to engage in a proactive process of self-exploration, knowledge development, skill application, and building self-efficacy. Part of being well is connecting with a supportive community where all can thrive.

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