Sunday, May 19, 2013
From the rocky coast to the western mountains, Maine is home to vistas wild and wonderful. It is also home to the Maine Media Workshop + College in Rockport, where photographers hone their skills in order to fully capture Maine’s great beauty. This week we celebrate the school’s fortieth anniversary with internationally known photographer, Barbara Goodbody, and Meg Weston, President of Maine Media Workshops + College.
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Meg Weston was appointed President of Maine Media Workshops + College in February, 2012. Prior to this, Meg served in various roles in business, media and education, including: President/CEO of the University of Southern Maine Foundation, and President of the Portland Press Herald and Maine Sunday Telegram. In the community, Meg served two terms as a gubernatorial appointment to the University System Board of Trustees and was Chair of the Board for two years. She is currently on the board of Maine Center for Creativity. Meg has an MFA in Creative Writing from Lesley University and combines her writing with a personal passion for photographing volcanoes around the world.
Barbara Goodbody moved to Maine in 1973 after having worked on Senator Edmund S, Muskie’s Presidential campaign where she met many wonderful people from Maine. Goodbody was immediately embraced by the community in Portland and
while raising three children she became active in the Portland Junior League and helped found Big Brothers Big Sisters. In 1986 in mid-life she found her personal passion in photography inspired by attending the then Maine Photographic Workshop (Now the Maine Media Workshop) in Rockport, Maine.
Our financial wellness tip of the week is brought to you by Tom Shepard of Shepard Financial. While Dr. Lisa Radio Hour business advisor, Marci Booth of BOOTH Maine, offers better business tips. Also. Ted Carter Inspired Landscapes shares important talking points.
Enjoy this coming week, and thank you for being a part of our little community. Together we are building a healthier world. Starting right here in Maine.