Sirois named United Way of Eastern Maine 2013-14 campaign cabinet vice chair

    BANGOR — United Way of Eastern Maine has announced that John Dougherty is the new campaign cabinet chair and Gregory Sirois will serve as the new vice chair. The campaign chair and vice chair work to secure a successful fundraising team that will allow continued annual campaign fund growth.  They will be responsible for representing United Way of Eastern Maine in the community, strengthening and building relationships with community partners, sharing United Way’s message, working with current and prospective supporters, and utilizing their campaign team of professional community volunteers to increase the success of the UWEM campaign.

    VICE-CHAIR — Greg Sirois, senior vice president and retail regional manager for Bangor/North at Camden National Bank, is the new vice chair of the United Way of Eastern Maine’s campaign cabinet.

    Dougherty is President of Dougherty Project Management, a Maine-based company specializing in project management for the technology industry. He is a member of the board of director’s for the United Way of Eastern Maine, previously serving on the community stewardship committee and as a campaign division member  for the 2010 and 2011 annual campaign.  Dougherty also serves as a board member and treasurer for the Bangor Area Homeless Shelter.
    Sirois is senior vice president and retail regional manager for Bangor/North at Camden National Bank. He is based in the Exchange Street, Bangor branch and is responsible for retail branch operations, sales management and business development for three Bangor locations, and branches in Brewer, Corinth, Dover-Foxcroft, Greenville, Hampden, Hermon, Milo, Newport, Old Town and Orono. He is a member of the board and the treasurer of the Maine Discovery Museum in Bangor and vice president of the board of Harbor Family Services, which serves the mid coast area of Maine. He lives in Hampden with his wife and three sons.
    “It’s always been my desire to serve the communities in which I live, whether it’s participating on boards or partnering with non-profit organizations, or in my job as a community banker,” said Sirois.
    United Way of Eastern Maine helps those living in Piscataquis, Penobscot, Washington, Hancock and Waldo Counties improve their lives through programs and collaborative initiatives that provide access to vital health and human services by raising funds, volunteers and advocates from the community.
    For more information, visit www.unitedwayem.org  or call 941-2800.

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