Jeanne Hanson

Jeanne Hanson

Events Coordinator

Hometown: China, Maine
Pronouns: she, her, hers
Education: Bachelors of Arts in English from the University of Maine at Augusta
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About Me:
Something you’re proud of at MMSA: Everyone is helpful to each other, regardless of what project and group they work on.
What is your teaching/learning philosophy:One is never too old to learn new things.
What do you like most about your role at MMSA:I love working internally for an organization and non-profits. My background consists of various administrative experiences, and in every one of them, I worked within the organization to keep it running as smooth as possible. I also like assisting with coordinating events, and knowing I did everything I could to help my coworkers out where and when they needed me. I love working for non-profits because they tend to understand the need for their great work within both regional and state-wide communities.
What did you do before you worked at MMSA: I’ve held various administrative assistant and office manager positions at multiple non-profits throughout the central Maine area.

What do you like to do in your free time: I like to go to rock/metal concerts, reading various forms of fiction and social justice nonfiction, following current events, day tripping/traveling with my family and good friends around the state, doing crosswords, occasionally writing fiction, and being a cat mom.

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