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Healthy Communities of the Capital Area board members are individuals who help carry out the organization's mission to convene and support individuals, organizations, and communities to collaborate on quality of life and public health issues. Board members also support HCCA's Core Values of Authentic Engagement, Sense of Place, Equity, Honesty, Dedication, and Wellbeing. HCCA partners with local people and organizations who work to improve the health and quality of life in Kennebec County.

As a group, HCCA board members provide strategic guidance, are representative of different geographic areas across HCCA's local service area of Kennebec County, represent different demographics, and possess skills, expertise, and lived experience to help the organization thrive. Areas of expertise that the board is currently seeking include knowledge of non-profit management with a particular focus on non-profit insurance requirements, federal and state contract management, and fundraising and development; ME food system expertise/involvement in the local food system; and representatives of northern Kennebec County. Guiding the organization are the Community Health Improvement Plan priorities and the organizational strategic priorities that can be viewed on HCCA's website (link below).

Please complete the application found below to be considered. Potential new board members will be invited to attend HCCA's March 25, 2024 board meeting 3:00-4:30 via Zoom or in person at University of Maine at Augusta.

Please read over the board member roles and responsibilities to make sure it is a good fit for you:

Learn more about HCCA (scope of work, values, staff, current board members, and more) at:

For more information or if you have questions, contact Renee Page at  

Please tell us more about you and why you would like to serve as an HCCA board member.