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Our Volunteer Board of Directors is a diverse group of leaders who bring a variety of talents, experiences, and expertise, to the governance of Spectrum Generations Central Maine's Area Agency on Aging & Aging and Disabilties Resource Center.

Serving as a Board Member is just one of the many opportunities to volunteer your time and skills. If interested in joining our Board, please contact Spectrum Generations' President and CEO, Gerard Queally. Our agency by-laws can be viewed here as well as our Responsibilities and Conduct of Board Members. 


Gerald Homer, First Term Chair
Lincoln County Member since 2015

Jerry is a retired management professional with more than 25 years’ experience in hospital and law practice administration. He has a B.S. in Industrial Administration from the University of Connecticut and a Masters in Health Service Administration from Cornell University. He lives with his wife in Boothbay Harbor, has two adult children and four granddaughters. In retirement he worked as a mate aboard the Schooner Eastwind and has worked to establish a community health center to provide comprehensive primary care to the Boothbay Region. He served as Spectrum Generations Treasurer in 2017.

Richard C. Mitchell, Vice Chair
Kennebec County Member since 2014

Richard graduated with a BS in Economics and Dean’s List, Colby College, Waterville, ME. A former member of the Maine Army National Guard, Richard started his career in Human Resources in Maine. He then spent from 1987 until his retirement in 2012 working in New York, NY as Senior Vice President, Human Resources, Warnaco Inc., and Group VP, Human Resources, PVH Corp. Richard joined our Board of Directors in 2014.

Helen King-Atallah, First Term Secretary
At Large Member since 2017
Helen currently works at IDEXX Laboratories, as an RN Case Manager, with IDEXX Environmental Health and Safety Division. Prior to working at IDEXX, Helen served as the Director of Nursing at St Andrews Long Term Care Facility, in Boothbay. Helen also worked as Director of Human Resources for Hathaway Shirt Company. She has served on numerous non-for profit Boards, such as Alfond Youth Center, Maine Cardiovascular Health Council, and Maine Occupational Health Nurses Association. Along with her RN  license, Helen has a BS degree in Community Health Education from the University of Maine at Farmington, and an MBA from Thomas College. Helen currently lives in East Boothbay, Maine. 

Dan Booth, First Term Treasurer
At Large Member since 2017
Dan is currently VP of Operations at Inland Hospital and has been there for fifteen years. Prior to working for Inland, Dan worked for Marriott Management Services in a variety of healthcare settings throughout the Northeast. He has served on and continues to serve on several non-profit and for profit Boards such as the Maine Children’s Home for Little Wanders, Salvation Army, United Way of Mid-Maine, Waterville Opera House and is also a member of the Waterville Kiwanis Club and Lions Club of Stratton. Dan works part time as an adjunct instructor in the graduate program at Thomas College. He has a dual BS degree in Management and Clinical Nutrition from Penn State and an MBA from Thomas College. 

Robert Bremm
Sagadahoc County Member since 2018

Bob graduated from SUNY Maritime College with a BEME. Upon graduation he was commissioned in the U.S. Navy and became a Navy pilot. He has been a Director of Facilities at Central Maine Medical Center, Maine Medical Center and Bates College. In 2012 he started his own company, Orion Maine Inc. He provides owner project management services for large design/construction projects, specializing in healthcare and higher education.

Paula Delahanty
Knox County Member since 2015
Paula is the current Vice President of Nursing Services at Pen Bay Medical Center. She earned her BSN from Saint Anselm College and her Masters in Health Services Administration from Saint Joseph’s College. She is affiliated or member of the following organizations: MaineHealth Chief Nursing Officer Council, VHA Chief Nursing Officer Council, American Nurses Association of Maine, American Nurses Association, Organization of Maine Nurse Leaders, Maine Partners in Nursing Education and Practice, Maine Nursing Action Coalition and the University of Maine Augusta Nursing Program Advisory Committee.

Stephanie Duncan
At Large Member since 2018

Stephanie Duncan has been involved in the greater Kennebec area for many years and is very proud to be part of a community that she grew up in and has proudly raised her family in. Stephanie started her long journey in social services with a degree from the University of Maine at Augusta. Over the years she has been employed as activities coordinator, a substitute teacher, a direct support specialist, personal caretaker among other positions. She has been entrenched in the Gardiner School System, Uplift, and Spectrum Generations. She is very excited to be part of Spectrum Generations at the board level to learn more about the range of services and helping other families best support their children through these services. Stephanie has held positions that have allowed her the flexibility to be the main caregiver and best advocate for her son Gabe, a client at Spectrum Generations. She resides in Randolph with Gabe and loves hearing the adventures of her two adult children Ross and Mariah.


Thomas B. George, Jr.
At Large Member since 2018

Tom George currently works as a Program Manager at Senscio Systems. He also works part-time as a Facilities Manager for ElderCare Network of Lincoln County. Prior to joining Senscio and ElderCare, Tom owned and operated his own business for over eight years. Tom brings his sense of entrepreneurship, extensive amount of experience in customer relations, and broad knowledge of technology, construction, and healthcare industries. Tom is a graduate of Southern New Hampshire University where he studied Business Administration, Organizational Leadership, and IT. In addition, he holds a Human Resource Management Certificate and is a Certified Residential Medication Aide within the State of Maine. Tom lives in Coastal Maine with his wife and son. He loves spending time with his family and enjoys outdoor activities such as kayaking, hiking, fishing, and snowmobiling.

MaryAnne Kinney
Waldo County Member since 2018

Carol Mitchell, Chair, Senior Advisory Council
Ex-Officio as SAC Chair since 2017

Carol is a graduate of St Joseph's College, Boston College, and has a Post Grad degree from Smith College. She has a certificate from USM in Mediation and Conflict Resolution. She has worked in mental health services since 1991, opening a private psychotherapy practice in Waterville, 1995. Deeply committed to Social Justice issues, she served as State Coordinator of Pax Christi Maine. She chaired both the Waterville and Regional Boards of Catholic Charities resigning as First Vice Chair of the Board of Directors for Graduate School. Carol was instrumental in starting and operating the Notre Dame Soup Kitchen and coordinated a "hands on" Community Service Program for Confirmation candidates at Notre Dame. Her grandchildren are the joy of her life!

 John Nale
At Large Member since 2015
John is a graduate of the University of Maine at Orono and University of New Hampshire School of Law. He is a practicing Maine elder law attorney with offices in Waterville. He now serves on the Maine Council on Aging, is a member of the Maine Gerontological Society, and serves as Co-Chair of the Legislative Affairs Committee of the Maine State Bar Association Elder Law Section. He has served as past President (2007-2013) of the Maine Association of Area Agencies on Aging (M4A), and is a former member of the Board of Directors of the Lakewood Rehabilitation Center. He is also a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and has been recognized by the Maine Supreme Judicial Court with the Katahdin Counsel Award for providing pro bono services to Maine's elderly. In 2010, John was selected Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce's Outstanding Professional. John speaks frequently to professional and community groups regarding long term care planning, estate planning, advance directives and MaineCare/Medicaid planning.

Reginald Perry, CPA/ABV, MAFF, CVA
At Large Member since 2017

Reg has been a certified public accountant since 1981 and founded his own firm, PFBF, CPAs, in 1984. He has served on numerous local boards, including Maine General Health, United Way, and Central Maine Growth Council. He is a Master Gardener volunteer, raises laying hens, and enjoys golf.

John Picchiotti
Somerset County Member since 2013
John is a very active member of various clubs and is a member on several area boards. He is the former owner of an insurance agency, women’s clothing stores, and a sales manager of an internet service provider. Most recently he served as a Maine State Representative of District 84 and is current Vice Chair of Fairfield Town Councilman.

Brett Seekins
At Large Member since 2018

Brett Seekins has served the health care industry the past 24 years. He started his career working for CMS, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, as a Medicare Auditor and Reimbursement Administrator specializing in Medicare certified long term care providers. He continued his service the last 20 years working for a large northern New England CPA firm as a Senior Manager leading the long term care/senior living practice. Brett’s primary focus and expertise center on healthcare reform at the federal and state level, regulatory, compliance, legal, reimbursement, annual reporting, legislative and financial matters impacting the industry. He is a graduate of Franklin Pierce College awarded a B.S. in Accounting with honors. Brett also serves on other healthcare Boards and is a frequent presenter on related topical matters. Brett is an at-large-Maine Board member who resides in Cape Elizabeth with his wife and two children.

Nancy Weingarten
At Large Member since 2018

Nancy grew up in New York City and has lived in Maine since graduating from college in 1973. She has a Masters in Health Care Administration from St. Joseph’s College of Maine and spent her career working in various health care settings. Prior to retirement, Nancy worked for 27 years as the Administrative Director of the Maine Dartmouth Family Medicine Residency in Augusta and Waterville. She serves on several local boards and as a volunteer for Spectrum Generations as a SHIP Medicare counselor.

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