Nan Boucher

Amanda Milliard

Northern Light Mercy Hospital has hired Nan Boucher and Amanda Milliard as nurse practitioners on its primary care team. Boucher, who will practice at Northern Light Mercy Internal Medicine in Portland, has over 20 years of experience in primary care, geriatric and internal medicine settings. Most recently, she served at St. Mary’s Medical Center in Lewiston. Milliard has joined Northern Light Mercy Primary Care in Falmouth, bringing experience as a registered nurse in settings that spanned endoscopy, nephrology, urology and wellness. She is a member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners and the Maine Nurse Practitioner Association.

Steve Walker will join the Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry as director of the Land for Maine’s Future Program. Walker brings extensive experience and knowledge of conservation easement and land acquisition transactions, and most recently served as coordinator of the Beginning with Habitat Program at the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. He has worked in numerous other conservation and land protection positions throughout his career, and holds a B.S. in wildlife management from the University of Maine and a B.A. in environmental studies from Brown University.

Score has named Bill Webster as assistant district director for Maine. Webster will assist with district-wide outreach, mentoring of chapter leaders and other projects. He brings experience in both the public and private sectors, formerly serving as superintendent of schools in Lewiston and leading Haven’s Candies as CEO and owner. Score is a nonprofit, volunteer organization that provides small business mentoring and education.


David Ackley Jr.

Camden National Bank has named David Ackley Jr. as executive vice president and chief risk officer, succeeding Joanne Campbell upon her previously announced retirement on July 7. Ackley, a 12-year veteran of the bank, most recently served as senior vice president and director of information security and enterprise risk management. He was instrumental in several enterprise-wide initiatives at the bank, including its COVID Response Team and a cybersecurity resiliency project. Camden National named Ackley “Officer of the Year” in 2020.


Eben Jose

Eben Jose has been named vice president, client adviser and director of private markets at Spinnaker Trust, a bank and nondepository trust company in Portland. Previously, he served as vice president and director of fixed income and alternatives. In his new role, Jose will work directly with families to manage their long-term investment goals. He has more than a decade of finance experience, and before joining Spinnaker in 2014 worked at Santander Bank as a senior portfolio risk analyst. Jose is a chartered financial analyst and holds a bachelor’s degree in economics and film studies from Boston College.

Angela Hallee

Angela Hallee has been promoted to branch manager at the Winslow location of New Dimensions Federal Credit Union. Hallee joined New Dimensions in January 2022 as a head teller, bringing 15 years of financial industry experience. She became branch supervisor before advancing to her new role in Winslow, where New Dimensions has operations along with Skowhegan and Waterville. Hallee is a graduate of Waterville High School.


The U.S. Small Business Administration recently named Carolyn Delaney as the 2023 Maine Small Business Person of the Year. Delaney is the founder of Journey magazine, which is based in Portland. She launched the publication in March 2018 after experiencing the process of addiction recovery. With a microloan from the SBA and business counseling from SBA resource partner Coastal Enterprises Inc., Delaney built a national audience for her magazine, growing circulation to 30,000 a year and increasing annual revenues to nearly $200,000.

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