The Maine Community Foundation has elected two members to its Board of Directors: Yellow Light Breen of Holden and Martha Dumont of Windham.

Breen is the executive vice president and chief strategic officer at Bangor Savings Bank. He served as deputy legal counsel and policy advisor to Governor Angus King and was director of Special Projects and External Affairs for the Maine Department of Education. He chaired the Maine Coalition for Excellence in Education and is now a board member of Educate Maine. A native of St. Albans, Breen earned a bachelor’s degree in government from Harvard College and a law degree from Harvard Law School.

Dumont most recently oversaw global sales and research activities for CreditSights, Inc., an independent research provider for investors. She was also formerly director of research at Lehman Brothers. She has served on the boards and investment committees of several charitable organizations, including the Maine Community Foundation. A Skowhegan native, Dumont graduated from Mount Holyoke College with an A.B. in mathematics and economics.

A statewide organization with offices in Ellsworth and Portland, the Maine Community Foundation works with donors and other partners to improve the quality of life for all Maine people. To learn more, visit mainecf.org or call 877-700-6800.

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