Alumni Association Welcomes New Board Members

Two alumni and two new student government representatives have joined the UMaine Alumni Association Board of Directors, as four board members reached the end of their terms. The Association’s annual meeting was held on Friday, June 21 in Portland.  

New board members pictured left to right: Catherine DeWick Johnson ’88, Rich Goodenough ’88, Laura Curioli ’23, ’25G, Keegan Tripp ’26

Catherine DeWick Johnson ’88 is the Executive Director of the The Landing YMCA in Brunswick, ME. The DeWick family is true-blue spanning over four generations, back to her grandparents Robert and Marjorie who graduated in 1937. Catherine earned a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education from UMaine.

Rich Goodenough ’88 is a Vice President and  Commercial Lender for Partners Bank, headquartered in Sanford, ME. Rich and his family are dedicated alumni, with the legacy beginning with graduates from the class of 1961. Rich and his family started the Goodenough Family Legacy UMaine Scholarship Fund this year (2024). Rich received a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Maine.

Lauren Curioli ’23, ’25G is pursuing her master’s degree majoring in History. Her research focuses on American Constitutional history and law. She is currently the President of UMaine Graduate Student Government.

Keegan Tripp ’26 is a rising junior, pursuing a Political Science major and double minoring in Leadership and Legal Studies. He is from Winn, Maine, and joined Student Government as a Senator during his first semester here at UMaine. Keegan is now the President of the UMaine Student Government. 

The four board members leaving due to term limits are Justin Barnes ’01, Charles Stanhope ’71, Trey Stewart ’16, ’18G, and Katie Foster ’12. We thank them for their service and commitment to the UMaine Alumni Association. 

Officers re-elected to one-year terms leading our Board include Board Chair Theresa Lee ’87, Vice Chair Nate Wildes ’12, Immediate Past Chair Julia Munsey ’02, and Treasurer Mark Bolduc ’84. 

More information about the Association’s 33-member board of directors may be found here

The University of Maine Alumni Association is an independent 501c3 non-profit organization.  Our mission is to strengthen the University of Maine by inspiring lifelong connection, passion, and engagement among our alumni community.  

 

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