Shoshanna is an Alderwoman at-Large and business owner in Nashua. She is a proud, young Nashuan with deep roots in the community. As a parent of two children and a small business owner, Shoshanna is committed to ensuring the strength of Nashua's public school system, developing downtown to help grow small businesses, and building Nashua into a city that can flourish in the 21st century.
Living and raising a family in Nashua inspired Shoshanna to use her experiences and incredible drive to make an impact in her community. As Southern New Hampshire moves forward in its mission to become a destination for young families and professionals, Shoshanna is ready to be the face of leadership that brings new ideas to the table. Along with serving on the Board of Aldermen, she serves on the board of the Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter and Symphony NH. She lives in Ward 5 with her husband, Dave, and their two children, Elsa and Miles.
Shoshanna grew up in the rural, but beautiful Lakes Region. She went to school in Meredith before moving to Moultonborough. She was one of two people of color in her high school. After graduating, she attended Boston University, where she majored in advertising.