Maddy Corson, the granddaughter of Guy Gannett, founder of the Portland Press Herald, Maine Sunday Telegram, and other media outlets, has dedicated her life to serving the Maine community. Maddy’s career has been long and varied, starting as an elementary school teacher and later moving to the boardroom, serving as the chairman at Guy Gannett. “One thing I always say to people is to surround yourself with people who know what they are doing and you will be a success,” Corson says. Maddy has been active with the Institute of Family-Owned Business since its inception. She is also passionate about the Children’s Museum and Theatre of Maine, the oldest children’s theater in the United States.
Jane Hilburt-Davis is an experienced family business consultant and former president of Key Resources, LLC, a Boston-based consulting firm. She is the founding chair of the innovative Certificate for Family Business Advisors, an Family Firm Institute Fellow, president emeritus of the international FFI and served as Academic Director of the FFI/GEN Program. Jane is a past Board member of the Institute of Family Owned Businesses in Maine. Jane is the author of many articles and case studies, and has trained, mentored and coached hundreds of family business advisors. She is senior author of the widely acclaimed book, "Consulting to Family Businesses" (Wiley).
Norman Croteau, ESQ
Norman R. Croteau graduated from Holy Cross College and the University of Maine School of Law. After being admitted to the bar, Norm practiced criminal law for most of his career, joining Dionne, Croteau and Gosselin, P.A. as a Partner as well as serving 20 years as the District Attorney for Androscoggin, Franklin and Oxford Counties before retiring in 2014. Norm is currently an Adjunct Professor at Central Maine Community College teaching criminal law. Norm currently resides in Scarborough with his wife - Quad Partner - Colleen McCracken.