Grant Bosse of New Hampshire Watchdog.org
Bio: Grant Bosse grew up in Hillsboro, and attended Hillsboro-Deering public schools from the first through the twelfth grades. He graduated from Dartmouth College, where he was active in the campus radio station and a student newspaper, as well as the Green Key Society, a volunteer organization dedicated to student service.
Bosse worked as a producer, reporter, and news anchor for radio station WGIR-AM in Manchester. He later moved to Lebanon to work as a reporter and news anchor for radio station WTSL, eventually being promoted to Program Director. During his tenure, Bosse and his news team received dozens of journalistic awards from the New Hampshire Associated Press and New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters, as well as the Edward R. Murrow Award for Continuing Coverage from the Radio and Television News Directors Association. He is particularly proud of his award winning series on the Claremont Education Lawsuit.
In 1999, Bosse left radio to serve as the Senior Legislative Assistant to the New Hampshire House Majority Office, working closely with House Leadership and Republican members. Following a year as Press Secretary and Political Director for the Benson for Governor campaign, Grant worked for five years on the staff of Senator John Sununu, where he specialized in environmental and energy policy. This includes two years as Staff Director of the National Ocean Policy Study.
Grant Bosse currently serves as Senior Fellow for the Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy and as Editor of New Hampshire Watchdog. He and his wife Jane live in Lee.