“The Board of Directors plays a crucial role in guiding our work,” said Maine Community Foundation President and CEO Meredith Jones. “These distinguished individuals will add special expertise as we head into our 30th year,” she said.
Roosevelt joined Goodwill Industries of Northern New England as CEO in September 2011 after ten years at the Boeing Company, where she was vice president of global corporate citizenship. Prior to working in the aerospace industry, she held positions in the nonprofit, higher education, and government sectors. She is a board member of Net Impact, a national student organization, is chair of the Roosevelt Institute’s board, and is an advisory board member for the Joan B. Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies.
A Maine native, Mills was recently appointed executive director of the Maine Turnpike Authority. An attorney for more than 30 years, he was a founding member of the Somerset Economic Development Corporation and FirstPark, an innovative economic development project of the Kennebec Regional Development Authority. Mills served in the Maine Legislature for 16 years, in both the House and Senate, and held Republican leadership positions on a number of committees.
Stanley is chair of Camden National Bank. She was co-owner of Stanley Subaru in Ellsworth. Prior to that, she was a member of the senior management team at Priority Management, an international training and development firm. She received the 2004 Corporate Citizen of the Year award from the Ellsworth Area Chamber of Commerce. Stanley has been involved with community and civic organizations, including Hospice of Hancock County and Maine Coast Memorial Hospital. She is chair of the Maine Community Foundation’s Hancock County Committee.A statewide foundation with offices in Ellsworth and Portland, the Maine Community Foundation mobilizes people and resources to effect positive change in communities throughout Maine.
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