Saint Anselm College Welcomes Three New Members to the Board of Trustees
By Paul Pronovost ‘91
November 10, 2023
Saint Anselm College welcomed three new members of the Saint Anselm College Board of Trustees on Oct. 13, 2023.
President Joseph A. Favazza, Ph.D. welcomed the new Trustees, saying they join the board at “a momentous at a time for Saint Anselm,” following the groundbreaking for a new state-of-the-art nursing and health sciences facility to be named Grappone Hall, which will be the home of the Jean School of Nursing and Health Sciences, among other campus initiatives.
“As we move forward with exciting plans that will advance the future of Saint Anselm, we are so fortunate to have these talented individuals to help guide our journey,” Dr. Favazza said.
The new Trustees include:
Susan R. (Berthiaume) Horton, D.N.P., class of 1978
Susan is a parish nurse navigator for St. Agnes Parish in Dalton, Mass. Previously, she was a cardiology nurse practitioner at Berkshire Faculty Services in Pittsfield, Mass.; Vice President, Perioperative, Community, and Employee Health Services for Central Maine Healthcare and Executive Director of the Central Maine Heart & Vascular Institute in Lewiston, Maine. Her previous workplaces include the New England Heart Institute (Manchester, N.H.) and Catholic Medical Center (Manchester, N.H.). Susan received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Saint Anselm College in 1978, a Master of Science in Nursing from the University of Rhode Island in 1980, post-master’s Family Nurse Practitioner certification from the University of New Hampshire in 1998, and a Doctor of Nursing Practice from Northeastern University in 2009. Her husband, Dr. Joseph M. Horton, is a 1977 graduate of Saint Anselm College and served as Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students until 2018. Their son, Dr. Ben Horton ’12, currently serves as Assistant Dean for First-Year Students & Academic Support Services. In addition to Ben, Susan and Joe have another son, Brian.
Chris M. Salamone, Esq., Class of 1984
Chris is Chairman and CEO of Chris M. Salamone & Associates. He is an attorney, entrepreneur, lecturer and author. He is former CEO of LeadAmerica and the National Student Leadership Conference, organizations that sponsor academic-based leadership programs for middle- and high-school students. As a student at Saint Anselm, Chris was a standout on the Men's Basketball Team. The Salamone Family Athletics Hall of Fame space was named for Chris’ family. He also supports an annual $10,000 scholarship named in memory of his late mother, Rita Salamone. Chris received a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Business from Saint Anselm College in 1984 and a Juris Doctor from the Nova Southeastern Shepard Broad College of Law in 1988. He currently serves on the Advisory Board of the Broad College of Law at Nova Southeastern University; the Board of Directors of the National Italian American Bar Association; and also the boards of several local and international non-profit organizations, including the Symphony of the Americas, Friendship Force International, il Circolo Italian Cultural Society of Florida and Above & Beyond Youth Ministries.
Br. Dunstan Noah Enzor, O.S.B.
Br. Dunstan is a doctoral candidate in Historical Theology at Boston College, where he studies early Christian exegesis of the Old Testament. His dissertation explores anti-Marcionite themes in commentaries on Psalm 118 by Origen of Alexandria, Hilary of Poitiers, and Ambrose of Milan. Additionally, he is a member of a team of scholars that is producing an English translation of Hilary of Poitier’s Tractatus super Psalmos. Br. Dunstan professed his Solemn Vows at Saint Anselm Abbey in January 2022. Prior to becoming a monk, he served as executive assistant to the dean of the University of Colorado Law School (2007-2011) and to the vice president of the University of Colorado Foundation (2012-2013). In the more distant past, he was a successful epee fencer, and served on the board of directors of a community theatre company specializing in classical, dramatic works.