Whether it’s your first job, your latest promotion, starting your own business, or picking up an advanced degree, a flexible and adaptable University of Maine at Farmington education opens the door to variety of opportunities.
Dana Bullen '88, Secondary Education. President and General Manager, Sunday River Resort, Newry, Maine. Also serves on UMF Board of Visitors.
Shannon Shanning '00, Public Health and Special Education. Special Education teacher at the Bruce M. Whittier Middle School in Poland, Maine. Named the 2013 Maine Teacher of the Year -- the first special education teacher to ever receive the award.
Haley Smith-Rose '14 Visual & Performing Arts - Arts Administration. Executive Sales Assistant. Mountain wireless Broadcasting. Waterville, Maine.
Julie Churchill '86, Geology. Director of Innovation and Assistance at the Maine Dept. of Environmental Protection, Augusta, Maine.
Brothers Lou Jacobs '94, Chinese Studies and Political Science; and Max Jacobs '01, Psychology. Both board certified Doctors of Chiropractic and owners of a successful Portland, Maine chiropractic practice. Lou attended the Cleveland Chiropractic College of Kansas City, Max attended New York Chiropractic College in Seneca Falls.
Dr. Shannon Carr '94, Biology. Obstetrician-Gynecologist (OB-GYN) at the Women's Center at Miles Memorial Hospital in Damariscotta, Maine. Earned M.D. at the University of Vermont College of Medicine.
Chris Bond '13 Computer Science. Application Developer. Arkatechture, a business intelligence / data warehouse consulting company. Portland, Maine.
Kevin Brooks '04 English. Lead Developer. Image Conscious Studios. Boston, Mass. Principal. Kevin Brooks Web Design & Development. Portland, Maine.
Gerald Cayer '85 Community Health Education. Executive Vice President for the Franklin Community Health Network and Franklin Memorial Hospital. Earned Master's degree in Public Health and Public Health Administration from Boston University. Also serves on UMF Board of Visitors.
Kristie Clark '91, Elementary Education. English Language Learner (ELL) Director for Lewiston, Maine, Public Schools. The 2010 recipient of a Milken Family Foundation National Educator Award for excellence in teaching.
Jesse Michaud '06 Rehabilitation Services. Occupational Therapist. The 2011 recipient of the Maine Occupational Therapy Practitioner Award.
Tracy Weston '97, Environmental Science. Project Manager, Maine Dept. of Environmental Protection's Uncontrolled Hazardous Substance Sites program. Also earned a Master's degree in Public Policy from UMaine.
Luke Shorty '03, Mathematics. Executive Director of the Maine School of Science and Mathematics, the renowned science and mathematics magnet high school Limestone, Maine. Also earned a Master's degree in Mathematics at Montana State University.
Emily Harris '13 Special Education K-8. Adventure Therapist. Second Nature Wilderness Therapy. St. George, Utah.
Janet Pelletier Cummings '01, dual major: Environmental Policy & Planning and Geography. Community and Environmental Planner for the Androscoggin Valley Council of Governments (AVCOG) based in Auburn, Maine. Also earned a Master's degree at Ohio University.
Travis Magnusson '06 Community Health Education. Physical Education teacher and soccer coach at Buckfield Junior-Senior High School, varsity boy's basketball coach at Dirigo High School in Dixfield, Maine. Named his high school division's 2012 "Coach of the Year" by the Maine Assoc. of Basketball Coaches.
Chris McKee '92, Business Economics. Vice President of Corporate Programs for promotional-products giant Geiger, based in Lewiston, Maine.
Megan Littlefield Estes, 05 English. Marketing Assistant for Ocean Communities Federal Credit Union. Former radio host and promotions coordinator for 98.9 WCLZ radio.
The Reverend Nathaniel Phillips '00, Psychology. Ministers to members of the Red Clay Creek Presbyterian Church in Wilmington, Delaware. Earned Master's degree in Divinity at Princeton Theological Seminary.
Lynn Lavorgna-Landry '92, Community Health Education. Business health and wellness manager at MaineGeneral Health (MGH) in Augusta, Maine.
Isaac Ball '02, Community Health Education. Physician Assistant. Also a graduate of University of New England Physician Assistant Program.
Adam Chabot '11 Creative Writing. English teacher / J.V. hockey coach. Kents Hill School. Kents Hill, Maine.
Tiffany Haskell '93, Psychology. Oversees a staff of 40 as school administrator and school psychologist for the Margaret Murphy Center for Children in Lewiston, Maine. Also earned Master's degree in Psychology.
Stephen Brooks '92, Business Economics. Co-owner of Brooks Trap Mill in Thomaston, Maine, a business that manufactures, distributes and sells some 50,000 new lobster traps from New Brunswick, Canada to New Jersey.
Audrey Schoenthaler '06, Art. Co-owner of Belle Fete Events and Catering of Brunswick, Maine.
Don Baillargeon '81, English. Executive producer and host of MoneyTV, Stock Trend News Minute, Money Rap Radio, and Health This Week. Former owner of a large advertising agency in central California.
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