David Slawsky is president of the Nixon, Vogelman, Slawsky & Simoneau law firm in Manchester.  His practice focuses on catastrophic personal injury, product liability, medical malpractice, and employment law. David attended law school after a career in television news as a cameraman for local ABC, NBC and CBS stations.  After law school, David was privileged to work for two federal judges of the United States District Court for the District of New Hampshire, first for Chief Judge Shane Devine, and then for the Honorable Norman Stahl (during Judge Stahl’s first year on the District Court bench). David is a member of bar associations of New Hampshire and New York, a member of the Bar of the First United States Circuit Court of Appeals, and a member of the Bar of the United States Supreme Court.  He has been chairman and a member of many committees of the New Hampshire Bar Association.  David lives in Manchester.  In his free time, he enjoys many hobbies, including hiking the White Mountains, biking, kayaking and pretending he knows how to play the guitar, mandolin, and ukulele.


Mike joined the Fisher Cats in the fall of 2006. He spent his first season as the Fisher Cats’ Director of Ticket Sales, progressing to his current position as the team’s President.

A member of the 2011 and 2018 Eastern League Champions, Mike was a vital piece of the 2018 Fisher Cats front office that was nominated by the Eastern League for the John H. Johnson Award, recognizing a “complete” baseball franchise that demonstrated financial stability while making significant contributions to its community, its league, and to the baseball industry.  He was a member of the team that was presented the 2010 Larry MacPhail Award, naming the club as the top team for promotional effort and community involvement throughout all levels of Minor League Baseball. Mike was also a member of the Fisher Cats Front Office Team that was awarded the 2009 Double-A Bob Freitas Award by Baseball America, recognizing the club for achieving long-term success in Minor League Baseball.

Mike is an active member of the community, serving on several boards and committees during his tenure with the team.

His combination of business success and personal involvement in the community earned Mike recognition as a 2013 ’40 Under Forty’ by the New Hampshire Union Leader.

Mike is a native of southern NH who graduated from Pinkerton Academy and attended Hesser College. He currently resides in Londonderry with his wife, Tracey, their sons Gabriel and Colby, and daughters Abigail and Sophia.


Margo has thirty-five years of Human Resources experience mostly in the healthcare sector including psychiatric and chemical dependency hospitals in NH and MA. She brings diversified experience in planning, implementation, and coordination of programs in Human Resources. She has recently served six years on the Board of Manchester Mental Health. She is currently on the Board of Triangle Credit Union. Margo is currently and has been a CASA/GAL volunteer for the past five years serving the Manchester and Nashua court systems. Margo retired five years ago from Catholic Medical Center and has championed the cause of mental health and drug addiction as her way to give back. She currently resides in Exeter, NH but prior to that lived thirty-two years in Litchfield, NH and is very dedicated to the Manchester area.


Jason received a master’s degree in social work at the University of New Hampshire in 2016. Since he has worked at a variety of treatment centers including Strafford County Drug Court in Dover New Hampshire and Green Mountain Treatment Center in Effingham New Hampshire. He is a United States Navy veteran and has traveled around the world on an aircraft carrier. He describes himself as a person in long-term recovery who become passionate when given the chance to help others with addiction.


John has been employed with Catholic Medical Center (CMC) for five years. He is currently the Director of Security. John also has 22 years of professional law enforcement experience as a retired Detective Sergeant for the Manchester, NH Police Department.

John is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire where he earned a Master’s Degree in Public Administration. He also holds a B.A. in Social Science, and an A.S. in Criminal Justice.