BIDDEFORD, Maine — Saint Andre Home recently hired Diane Skog as Director of Marketing and Development and Sarah MacLaughlin, LSW, as Adoption Manager.
Diane Skog has more than 30 years of non-profit management and marketing experience. She previously held positions at the Finance Authority of Maine as Project Leader of the Harold Alfond College Challenge and at MaineHealth as the Director of both the Raising Readers and From the First Tooth Programs. Skog earned an undergraduate degree in business from the University of Southern Maine and a graduate degree in business and marketing from Husson University. She is a resident of Saco.
Sarah MacLaughlin is a free-lance author and consultant on the topic of parenting who was previously the Resource Coordinator at the Opportunity Alliance. Sarah is often a guest on network programs such as WCSH-6’s 207, speaking about various topics related to parenting and child behavior. MacLaughlin studied Early Childhood Education and Developmental Psychology at the University of Southern Maine on her way to a degree in Women Studies and a graduate program in Elementary Education at San Francisco State University. She became a licensed social worker for the State of Maine in 2007. She resides in Windham.
Saint Andre Home was started on Easter Sunday, 1940, by the Good Shepherd Sisters of Quebec. Since then, Saint Andre Home has offered programs and services in support of its mission to: “support mothers, protect children and preserve families.” For information, visit www.saintandrehome.org.
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