Meet Our Team
The Management Team and their staff are all committed to delivering the quality service that serves as the foundation of Home Care for Maine.
Dawn Palmer began working in Human Resources over 20 years ago in the non-profit residential, education and day treatment sectors and most recently in the food manufacturing industry. Dawn has a strong background in management, with an emphasis on recruitment, retention, training and marketing.
A graduate of Thomas College with a BS in Marketing Management and a Masters of Business Administration, Dawn is also a certified Human Resources professional holding her SHRM-CP (Certified Professional) and PHR (Professional in Human Resources) certificates. Dawn is an accomplished professional who enjoys team building, coaching, problem solving and all facets of business operations. She strives to maintain a work environment for our employees that encompasses integrity, happiness & passion and humility; while as an organization we strive to provide services to our consumers with consistent, compassionate care that preserves dignity and enhances independence.
Information Systems Director
Betsy has been at Home Care for Maine over 20 years as part of the management team. She enjoys solving problems, troubleshooting, and finding solutions. Her passions include spending time in Aroostook county side-by-siding (4 wheeling) or snowmobiling and spending time with her family.
Angela has been working with Home Care for Maine for over 5 years as a member of management and overseeing the finance department. Her prior experience consists of several years working for the State of Maine and in the banking industry. She was born and raised in Maine and enjoys spending time with her family.
Personal Support Specialist Team Supervisor
Mary Margaret recently joined Home Care for Maine as the PSS Team Supervisor. She loves to organize and find creative ways to problem solve, help meet people’s needs and understand their value, and bring a sense of calm to the chaos that comes in life. Her passions include her 5 children, 7 grandchildren, family, friends, her faith and music.
Carley joined Home Care for Maine in 2017 as the Recruiter for direct care workers and administrative staff. Prior to that, she worked at a staffing agency filling critical positions for clients ranging from small businesses to multinational corporations. Carley has developed a passion for undertaking the challenge of recruiting dependable direct care workers amidst a critical caregiver shortage. “I am continually inspired by our caregivers’ compassion and dedication to serving our consumers. It is incredibly rewarding to work for a non-profit that truly values its employees and makes a huge impact for the people of Maine.”