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Quinn Gormley, Executive Director
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Quinn first went to a MaineTransNet meeting in 2012 having never met another trans person in her life. She immediately fell in love with the MTN community and raised her hand to volunteer. Quinn has served every role for MTN since that day, including group participant and facilitator, Outreach Volunteer, Board Member, President, and now Executive Director. Originally from Damariscotta, Quinn now lives in Portland with her wife Hannah, dog, cats, rabbits, and chickens. She is a graduate of the Carpenters boat shop in Pemaquid Maine and an alumna of the Emerge Maine Democratic Women's Candidate training program.

 
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Oliver Jones, Youth Program Coordinator
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Oliver Jones works part-time with MaineTransNet and part-time at an underground robot-circus where he specializes as the trainer and mechanic for ten mutant cyborg lions. He brings his expertise in this area to MTN as the Youth Program Coordinator, also drawing on his experience as a secondary school classroom teacher and tutor. 

 
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Alex Roan (LCPC, PhD), Founder
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Alex is the founder of MaineTransNet and currently leads one of the peer support groups in Brunswick. He lives in Westbrook with his partner, Lindsay, three guinea pigs, Wolfgang, Mo, and Snufflepuff, and his step-dog, Moses. Alex works as a mental health counselor in private practice in Portland providing individual and family therapy, and he teaches in the psychology department at SMCC.

 

Board of Directors

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Charlie Johnson, President
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Charlie is from Southern Maine and serves as the President of our board. He's an extraordinary ferret dad and has a stellar donut tattoo (quite literally, it's a sweet illustration of a donut in space). 

 
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Jason Richardson, Treasurer
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Jason is from Northern Maine and still resides there. He has three cats that are his kids and watches his niece and nephew everyday. He has been facilitating the Bangor Support Group for 3 years now.

 
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Zack Hawkins, Secretary
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Zack originally hails from Massachusetts, and recently graduated from Eckerd College in Florida. He serves as our board secretary, and in case you didn't notice, rocks an awesome head of hair. 

 
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Tobey Tozier, Communications Director
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Tobey has served as the Communications Director for MaineTransNet since early 2017. He’s a graphic designer and founder of the Pronounced Human Project, and spends his spare time drawing tiny houses. Tobey lives in South Portland with his partner, Mal, and their cat, Simon.

 
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Benn Marine, At Large (Southern Maine)
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Benn is from Southern Maine and enjoys spending time hiking and playing with his adorable pup, Remy.

 
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Oami Amarasingham, At Large (Southern Maine)
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Danielle Ravyn VanHelsing, At Large (Northern Maine)
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Ambureen Rana, At Large
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Ambureen graduated from the University of Maine with a degree in Biology.  She is the Youth Outreach Coordinator at the Health Equity Alliance. Ambureen runs multiple drop-in centers across the state of Maine for queer and trans youth, where she earned the nickname "Mumbureen". She visits high schools to help them become safer for the LGBTQ+ community and to teach an inclusive and comprehensive sexual health curriculum.