Our senior management team brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to these roles of pivotal leadership within Spectrum Generations. We are committed to developing relationships which further advance our mission.
Gerard Queally, President & CEO
Gerry has been working as a senior executive in the
non-profit sector since 1998, serving as the Chief Financial
Officer for both Ingraham and Harbor Family Services prior to joining Spectrum Generations in July of 2011. He is a 1985 graduate of SUNY Maritime College and earned a Masters of Business Administration from Southern New Hampshire University in 1995. He is a graduate of the Naval War College, National Defense University and the Maine Institute for Civic Leadership (now Lift 360), Lambda class. Gerry retired as a Captain from the U.S. Navy in 2015 after serving 30 years of active and reserve duty (see Military Bio here). He resides in Brunswick with his wife Caroline and their four daughters.
Kristin joined Spectrum Generations in 2006 under Bridges Home Services overseeing their in-home care, technology systems, community case management, reverse mortgage counseling, veteran-directed home and community based care, and Adult Day and Community Support programs. Prior to joining Spectrum Generations, she spent time in the banking, residential apartment rental, and temporary staffing industries. Kristin is a 2003 University of Maine at Farmington graduate with a BS in Business Economics and holds a Masters of Business Administration with a graduate certificate in Non-Profit Leadership from Southern New Hampshire University. She resides in Chesterville with her husband Rob and their two children.
Sharon joins Spectrum’s Senior Management Team bringing more than 12 years of non-profit healthcare leadership and executive level HR experience. Over the years, Sharon has served in various senior leadership roles as the Director of HR and Compliance. She has created and led various leadership programs, agency strategic plans, organizational restructuring projects, and organizational change initiatives.
Sharon received her BS degree from the University of New Hampshire in Health Care Administration with a minor in HR. She is currently set to complete her MBA in Finance with minor in Leadership, at the end of the winter 2019-2020 semester. Sharon is SHRM-SCP certified in HR; an alumna of Harvard University’s Executive Leadership Program, BiState Primary Care Association’s Leadership Development Program, and White Mountain Community College’s Leadership Program; and has received National Association of Community Health Center certification in Compliance.
Nate Miller is a Licensed Master of Social Work (LMSW) in the State of Maine. He studied social work and psychology at the University of Maine at Farmington, Oxford Brooks University and the University of New England.
He has over 20 years of experience in social work, mostly working in aging and disability services in facilities and communities throughout Maine. Prior to joining Spectrum Generations, he was Community Services Director at SeniorsPlus where he earned the 2017 Healthy Androscoggin Partnership Award. He has been on the board of the Autism Society of Maine, Community Clinical Services, and chaired the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention (Maine CDC) Western District Coordinating Council. Nate has a special interest in, and passion for, improving our health care system by addressing social and economic determinants of health. His work has been featured by the Tri State Collaborative on Aging, Maine Public Health Association, and Maine Quality Counts among others. He lives in Turner with his wife Danielle and daughter Ruby.
Victoria Abbott brings more than 15 years of philanthropy, public relations and event management experience. She has spent time in small and large nonprofits including three years as executive director of the Komen Maine Affiliate. Victoria has been a long-time Komen advocate for breast cancer research and fundraising, and it started with running the Race for the Cure in 2004 with her college roommate.
Victoria was born and raised in Augusta, received her undergraduate degree from the University of Maine in communications and public relations, and her Master’s in Public Policy and Management from the University of Southern Maine.
Community is very important to Victoria, she currently serves on the boards of the Augusta Downtown Alliance and Bread of Life Ministries. She most recently has been selected as a Leader Advisor for Olympia Snowe Women’s Leadership Institute. Fulfilling a lifelong passion for civic engagement Victoria has served on various boards and committees including the Maine Girls Collaborative Project, the Children’s Discovery Museum, the United Way Allocations Committee, the American Cancer Society, and the Maine Affiliate of Susan G Komen for the Cure.
Victoria currently lives in Augusta and thoroughly enjoys all that Maine has to offer with skiing and hiking in the western mountains and spending summers in and on our coastal waters.