Liz feels strongly in the MCH mission of empowering individuals to maintain their independence, in MCH housing facilities and in the greater Knox County community. As Executive Director, she leads the teams which provide essential services in the mid-coast: MCH Housing, MCH Support Services and MCH Nutrition programs, including Knox County Meals on Wheels.
Liz brings almost twenty years of senior level non-profit management to her role, having served as both Housing Director and Finance Director at MCH in addition to other non-profit organizations. She earned Bachelors’ degrees in English and Business from Boston University and a Master of Business Administration from Southern New Hampshire University.
Liz may be reached at 596-6477.
Provision of independent housing was the founding inspiration of MCH, Inc., and continues to be a primary mission today. As Housing Director, Steve strives to keep our facilities attractive, safe and welcoming – in short, a great place to call home.
Steve is a community development professional with extensive experience in the non-profit sector. He was a Senior Planner with the State Planning Office, followed by sixteen years with CEI, first leading the Natural Resources and Sustainable Communities program, then CEI’s Energy and Environment efforts. He is involved with civic groups in the Damariscotta area and previously was a member of the Coastal Trans Board of Directors. In addition, Steve has consulted on a number of economic development projects along the Maine coast, written three books and numerous articles.
Steve may be contacted at email@example.com or 594-1162.
The purpose of Sue's role is to help residents of MCH live their lives as independently as possible with the support of available meals, housekeeping, home health and nursing services, case management, and transportation coordination. In the community, MCH also provides the Knox County Meals on Wheels Program helping people to remain in their homes with hot, nutritious meals delivered to their door by dedicated volunteers.
Sue began the first seven years of her career in housing and congregate services at a private housing agency and a public housing authority followed by ten years in housing, planning and development at an area agency on aging including the development of five congregate housing services locations, twenty-one years in healthcare community relations, education and philanthropy, and the last several years as development director of a social service agency. She joined MCH in 2016. Sue is an alumna of the University of Maine at Orono for her undergraduate and graduate work. She is also a graduate of Leadership Maine's Mu class.
Sue can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 594-6477.
An overarching goal in Wes’ personal and professional life is to expand awareness and support for underserved people at the margins of society, both young and old. Wes served in executive non-profit leadership roles at the Herring Gut Learning Center, Institute for Global Ethics and the Episcopal Church Publishing Company.
Prior to his work in the non-profit sector, he worked in magazine publishing for twenty years specializing in marine-related sales and marketing. Wes and his wife, Jana, raised their children in Thomaston and continue to reside there. Wes works part-time and has been involved with all aspects of MCH development since 2015.
Wes can be reached at email@example.com or 596-6477.