AUGUSTA — Two new board members, Gail Conley and Scott Fossett, were recently added to the Kennebec Valley YMCA Board of Directors, according to a news release from Tom Warren, the Kennebec Valley YMCA chief executive officer.

Conley is a regional vice president and director of Investment Services at Kennebec Savings Bank. Prior to joining KSB, she was a senior vice president with Key Private Bank. She holds her Certified Financial Planner Designation, and the Certified Wealth Strategist Designation. She also serves on the Maine Children’s Trust Board as vice chairwoman and on the Junior Achievement Board of Kennebec Valley. Conley lives in Whitefield with her husband, Steve, and has two children.

Fossett owns and operates A Partner in Technology, with offices in Gardiner and Farmington, and is a member of the Kennebec Valley Chamber of Commerce. He serves on the advisory board for the Capitol Area Technical Center in Augusta and serves on the board for the United Way of Kennebec Valley, and is chairman the 2016 Campaign. He has an associate degree in electro-mechanical technology from Central Maine Technical College and a bachelor’s degree from Thomas College.

Fossett lives in Gardiner with his wife, two daughters and son.

A complete list of board members is available on the YMCA website at

For more information, call the YMCA at 622-9622, or email Carrie Arsenault at [email protected].

The Kennebec Valley YMCA provides the community with an inspirational environment for the enrichment of all people through social, recreational, and learning activities. At the KV YMCA, we’re for Youth Development, Healthy Living, and Social Responsibility.

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