President Mills and Several Members of Bowdoin Community Among ‘50 Mainers Making a Difference’ (Maine Magazine)


President Mills has been “a transformative leader of Bowdoin College,” says Libra Foundation Vice Chair Owen Mills in the July 2013 issue of Maine magazine. “He has guided Bowdoin into the very pinnacle of elite colleges in America.” Mills, included in the magazine’s list of “50 People Who Have Made a Difference in Maine,” is in good, if not familiar company.

Also on the list are Hancock Lumber President Kevin Hancock ’88, Maine Farmland Trust Executive Director John Piotti P’16, Mitchell Institute Meg Baxter P’00, Olympic gold medal-winner Joan Benoit Samuelson ’79, former Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell ’54, former Maine Public Health Director Dora Mills ’82, Preble Street Executive Director Mark Swann ’84, former L.L. Bean Chairman Leon Gorman ’56, Maine Quality Counts Executive Director Lisa Letourneau P’13, attorney Peter DeTroy III ’69, Island Institute founder and president Philip Conkling H’13, and lawyer, former state senator, environmental lobbyist and businessman Horrace “Hoddy” Hildreth ’54.

Read the profiles of Maine magazine’s “50 People” feature.

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