HCCA Staff 2016

Pictured L to R: Rachael, Jada, Renee, Joanne, Holly, Karen, Neil, Emily, Stephanie
and Carson

Joanne E.A. Joy
Executive Director 
Joanne began her work with the organization in April of 2001. Joanne continues to lead the organization with a clear focus on the mission to convene and support people, organizations and communities to collaborate on quality of life and public health issues. 
Renee Page
Assistant Director 
Renee oversees SNAP-Ed and FoodCorps implementation, is the lead on Farm to School and local foods efforts, and is HCCA’s primary school liaison.
Holly Kiidli
Substance Abuse Prevention Coordinator
Holly coordinates substance abuse prevention projects that fall under state and federal work plans. She also facilitates meetings and collaborates with members of southern Kennebec's Drug Free Communities coalition: The Alliance for Substance Abuse Prevention (ASAP).
Jane Hutchinson
Financial Project Assistant 
Jane works with Medical Care Development processing accounts payable and accounts receivable and collaborates with staff managing budgets and financial reports.
           Jada Wensman
FoodCorps Service Member  
Jada teaches kids about what healthy food is and where it comes from, builds and tends school gardens along with students, and works to bring high-quality local food into public school cafeterias.
Emily Knipp
SNAP-Ed Project Assitant 
Emily works as a SNAP-Ed Nutrition Educator delivering USDA evidence-based nutrition education to the low-income community in southern Kennebec County.
Rachael Reynolds
SNAP-Ed Coordinator 
Rachael manages activities that fall under the SNAP-Ed grant, including scheduling and delivering nutrition and physical activity education to the low- income community in southern Kennebec County.
Karen Tucker
Communication and Outreach Coordinator 
Karen works in the community with municipalities on public health initiatives. She also is HCCA’s primary liaison to public and media outlets and proofreader extraordinaire.