IN THE PHOTO are Julie Sexton, left, Spectrum Generations’ new volunteer manager/grant writer, and Diane Woodworth, director of development.

IN THE PHOTO are Julie Sexton, left, Spectrum Generations’ new volunteer manager/grant writer, and Diane Woodworth, director of development.

AUGUSTA — Spectrum Generations recently announced that Diane Woodworth is its new director of development, according to a news release.

Woodworth’s fundraising success and experience will have a major impact on supporting Spectrum Generations’ mission to promote lifelong learning, health, wellness, nutrition, community engagement and social wellbeing of all older and disabled adults.

Woodworth is a certified fundraising executive with more than 25 years of experience in the field. A graduate from University of Maine at Augusta, her past work in Maine includes director of philanthropy and public affairs at Mount Desert Hospital (2005-08), and development manager at the Jackson Laboratory (1999-2005). Her most recent position was as director of development for the New Hampshire Humanities Council in Concord.

In another staff announcement, Julie Sexton has been named to the new position of volunteer manager/ grant writer.

Sexton graduated with a B.S. degree from the University of Maine at Farmington. She lives in Winthrop and comes to Spectrum Generations from Franklin Memorial Hospital, where she was the development assistant working on annual appeals and fundraising events as well as working with volunteers.

For more information about Spectrum Generations programs, services and advocacy for older and disabled adults, as well as fun and educational activities at its seven community centers across Central Maine, call 1-800-639- 1553 or visit www.spectrumgenerations.org.

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