John Kaminski, Esq., President
John is an attorney at Drummond Woodsum in Portland. He is listed in the current Edition of Best Lawyers in America, a guide to leading lawyers in the country, in the field of Tax Law, is a frequent speaker at professional seminars and has taught courses in business and tax law as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Maine School of Law and the University of New England. In Spring semester 2016, he is teaching Business Planning to third-year law students.
Dr. Thomas Courtney, M.D., Vice President
Dr. Courtney recently joined FPC’s Board in July of 2012. He has served as the Chief of Infectious Diseases at Southern Maine Medical Center (SMMC) since 1993. He is also Vice President of Medical Staff at SMMC. Originally from Washington, D.C., Dr. Courtney now resides in Saco, Maine, having practiced medicine in the area since 1988.
Michael Stevenson, PhD, Treasurer
Michael R. Stevenson earned his Ph.D. from Purdue University and has served higher education for over thirty years in a progression of faculty and administrative roles in Indiana, Ohio, Arizona, and Maine. He has earned national recognition for leadership and for outstanding contributions in teaching and scholarship to the science and profession of psychology. His scholarly work has appeared in a wide variety of books and periodicals; and he has offered lectures, workshops, and seminars for professional and lay audiences in Asia, Canada, the Middle East, South Africa, and across the United States.
Bryn Gallagher is in her third and final year at the University of Maine School of Law. Bryn works at the Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic as a Student Attorney where she has represented more than two dozen youth and adults facing criminal charges. In 2015, Bryn earned her Bachelor’s degree in Sociology with a focus on Criminology from the University of Southern Maine. While working on her undergraduate degree, Bryn interned both with Maine Youth Court and the Maine Office of Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services.
Michael Gendreau is the Director, Education, Outreach and Communications with Community Health Options, a non-profit, Member-directed health plan licensed in Maine and New Hampshire. Mike has over 25 years of executive leadership experience in the nonprofit, faith-based and healthcare sectors. Mike’s background includes strategic planning, organizational development, LEAN process improvement, community relations, education and communications.
Jimmy Lucibello, innkeeper of Bourne Bed & Breakfast in Ogunquit, has been an active advocate in the fight against AIDS for more than thirty years. Jimmy received the 2010 Cameron Duncan Award, which recognizes service to the community living with AIDS, and in 2013, was recognized as one of the “The POZ 100” unsung heroes in the fight against AIDS. Jimmy has been both an organizer and the top individual fundraiser of the Southern Maine AIDS 5K Walk/Run each year since its inception. As a client, active volunteer, and former employee of FPC, Jimmy brings a unique well-rounded perspective to his position on the Board of Directors.
David Masengesho is a graduate student in Statistics at University of Southern Maine and a part time instructor of statistics course at USM. Prior coming to the US, David worked as statistician for Rwanda’s institute of statistics. He has worked as field organizer for Maine people’s Alliance, hotel receptionist in Washington DC and has volunteered with LearningWorks, Equality Maine, and Southern Maine Works Center.
As President and Co-owner Caffe Prego and the Inn on Shore Road, Jeffrey lives in Ogunquit, Maine. Having volunteered for FPC in the past, he has an intimate working knowledge of our organization. Prior to entering hospitality, he held leadership positions for nearly two decades in human resources companies in the Northeast including Aprisma Management Technologies, Caremark, Eaton Corporation and the Timberland Company, where he received national recognition for his inventive design and implementation of progressive benefits programs.