Amy Frechette is a woman with very short black and white hair posing with her service dog Judah, a keeshond who has fluffy gray and black fur

Amy Frechette

Phone: (603) 862-0561
Office: Institute on Disability, Pettee Hall Rm 103, Durham, NH 03824
Pronouns: She/her/hers


  • 1997 New Hampshire Technical Institute, Associate’s in Science, with a Major in Criminal Justice
  • 2020 University of New Hampshire, Bachelor of the Arts, Psychology

Professional Background

Amy H. Frechette is an advocate and provides program support to the NH-ME LEND Program at the Institute on Disability (IOD). Amy has Asperger's syndrome, and her advocacy expertise contributes to her work with the IOD as well as the NH-ME LEND program. She is a statewide leader in autism spectrum disorders (ASD), previously serving as a board member for the Autism Society of NH. Amy currently serves as a governor-appointed self-advocate for the NH Council on ASD and is also a member of the Center for Neurodiversity Taskforce, Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at the University of New Hampshire. Amy is a 2007 graduate of the NH Leadership Series and has a service dog named Judah.