Michelle Anderson – President & CEO – Leadership
Michelle oversees all JA of Maine operations, including strategic vision, fundraising, partnership development, and mission expansion. Michelle has been with the organization for over 10 years, starting her career as an intern upon college graduation and being immediately inspired by JA's mission. Michelle is passionate about helping young people make smart education and career decisions through project-based learning and mentorship. She believes stimulating economic growth throughout the state of Maine starts with inspiring and preparing our young people. She holds an undergraduate degree in Child Development & Family Relations and Communication from the University of Maine and is a long-time dance instructor in Scarborough.
Jill Jamison – Vice President – Leadership
As the organization's Vice President, Jill works with the JA team to support initiatives around programming, development and operations. She oversees the statewide Area Board, Volunteer Task Force and Education Committee. Her favorite Junior Achievement program is "JA Our Region" and she makes it a point to teach several 4th grade classes each year. Prior to Junior Achievement, Jill spent several years in the financial services industry. Jill lives in Monmouth with her husband and two children. She is passionate about causes involving children and homeless animals, and enjoys volunteering her time to present Junior Achievement as well as with the kitten fostering program at the Kennebec Valley Humane Society.
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