Erin Guay, MPH
Executive Director

Erin began her work in public health at the Maine CDC’s Environmental and Occupational Health Program as a Field Research Scientist, coordinating an arsenic and bathing study in cooperation with the US CDC. She then enrolled in a Master’s of Public Health Program at the University of Michigan and graduated from the Department of Health Behavior and Health Education in April, 2007. She spent the summer of 2006 as a Healthy Androscoggin intern. Following graduation she returned to Maine and Healthy Androscoggin as the Physical Activity, Nutrition and Tobacco Manager, and later managed US CDC-funded Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH) project. Erin now serves as the coalition’s Executive Director. She enjoys rowing, biking the Acadia Carriage Trails, and exploring Maine’s hiking trails and eateries. Erin can be contacted by telephone at (207) 795-5990 or by email.

Holly Lasagna, MS
Health Promotion Manager – Racial & Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH)

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Holly Lasagna comes to Healthy Androscoggin after almost fifteen years working at Bates College. Most recently, she was as Associate Director for Community-Engaged Learning at the Harward Center for Community Partnerships. Her devotion to the cities of Lewiston and Auburn and respect for this community grew out of the many collaborative projects she developed with Bates students and faculty to create rigorous, respectful and reciprocal relationships and projects between Bates and its neighbors. She developed a passion for public health issues as a result of her work with students’ interested in pursuing health related fields who were looking for practical experience that also helped the local community. Holly has an undergraduate degree from Brown University and a Masters in Leadership Studies from USM. Holly brings skills in social science research, facilitation, community-based participatory research, and cultural competency to her role as the REACH (Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health) Program Manager. In her current role at Healthy Androscoggin, Holly works with mainstream health and wellness providers to help them become culturally and linguistically competent in their delivery of their programs and services. Holly lives in Auburn with her husband, Peter and has two grown children and a grown dog. Holly can be contacted at (207) 795-5991 or by email.

Katie Boss, MPH
Health Promotion Manager – Physical Activity, Nutrition & Healthy Homes

Katie’s public health background is in healthy homes, lead poisoning prevention, and international health. She has worked for the Green & Healthy Homes Initiative, Management Sciences for Health in Boston, Healthy Maine Partnership of Greater Waterville, and Boston University School of Public Health – also where she received her Master’s of Public Health degree. Katie has many years of experience working in higher education administration in public health, as well as experience with creating student practicum experiences with public health organizations. Katie is a resident of Auburn, and mom to a two-year old daughter. She is also a board member for a local non-profit called Grow L+A which focuses on sustainable community development in Lewiston and Auburn. Katie can be contacted at (207) 330-7895 or by email.

Corrie Brown, LMSW
Health Promotion Manager – Substance Use PreventionCorrie

Corrie is very excited to join the team at Healthy Androscoggin as the Substance Abuse Prevention Manager. Corrie received her master’s degree in social work, specializing in Macro Practice, from Boston College in 2008 and her bachelor’s degree in social work from Regis College in 2000. Previously, Corrie has worked in the areas of mental health, home health, and prevention.

Corrie grew up in the area and is dedicated to this community. She enjoys camping, fishing (in the warm months), kayaking, and singing loudly (and badly) in the car. Most of all, Corrie is proud to hold the title of “favorite aunt” to her two nephews and niece!

Corrie can be reached at (207)330-5576 or by email.

Emily Dooling-Hamilton, MS
Health Promotion Coordinator, Tobacco Prevention

Emily-bioEmily brings a variety of health related experience to Healthy Androscoggin. She graduated from Springfield College in 2008 with a Master’s of Science in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention. She completed a master’s thesis: “Utilization of Service Learning in an Upper Level Health Course.” During her time at Springfield she also had a teaching fellowship and taught an undergraduate Health 100 course  for four semesters. In addition, Emily served as a member of the AmeriCorps program while working towards her master’s degree. For credit hour she worked as a wellness intern at the global headquarters of Pratt & Whitney in East Hartford, CT.

At the University of Maine-Orono she completed her undergraduate degree in Kinesiology and Physical Education. She is currently certified to teaching K-12 Physical Education in the state of Maine and Colorado. While at UMaine, Emily played Division I field hockey and was on the student athlete advisor board.

After graduating from Springfield College in 2008, Emily moved out west sharing time between Jackson Hole, WY and Denver, CO. Fall 2010, Emily returned to her home state of Maine and accepted the tobacco coordinator position with Healthy Androscoggin.

Emily enjoys reading, traveling, outdoor activities including: skiing, biking, hiking, running, golfing and sailing. Emily can be contacted by telephone at (207) 795-2504 or by email.

Tracey B. Crane, MPH
Health Promotion Coordinator, Tobacco & Substance Use Prevention

Tracey comes to Healthy Androscoggin from New Hampshire. Tracey beganTracey C Health Promotion in 2014 after pursuing and completing a Master’s in Public Health at UNH.  She began as a Health Promotion Specialist for workplace wellness and then continued her career at Elliot Hospital as a Care Gap Coordinator specializing in patient preventative care and ambulatory care coordination.

Tracey spent eight years in the United States Army and is a Veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom ’04, ’06, ’07. It’s in the military that she found her passion for health by overseeing the overweight program and helping Soldiers make healthier lifestyle choices to be “Fit to Fight.”

Tracey’s outside interests include Obstacle Course Racing (Especially Spartan Races), trail running and getting in a good TABATA class or two.

Tracey can be contacted by phone at (207) 786-1617 or by email.

Missy North-Drain
Health Promotion Coordinator, SNAP-Ed

Missy North-DrainMissy has been involved in health promotion for many years. Most recently, she worked in worksite wellness where she led a wellness program at a global company of over 1000 employees. Some of the various responsibilities Missy had here included; designing and implementing lunch and learns, activity challenges, health education literature, policies and procedures, health coaching and managing other health coaches. Missy utilized motivational interviewing skills in her coaching to reduce the employees at risk behaviors resulting in a healthier, more productive population saving thousands of dollars in health insurance premiums. Missy’s expertise is in food and nutrition but her health knowledge is very comprehensive from years of health coaching as this experience covered all areas of wellness.

Before worksite wellness Missy was a Supervisor in the Food and Nutrition department at Central Maine Medical Center. She assisted with the implementation of the menu ordering call center. In the clinical setting, she assisted patients with dietary and cultural food restrictions while maximizing nutrition and taste preference.

Missy grew up in western Massachusetts. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Food & Nutrition with a minor in Sociology from Framingham State College in 2008. After that, she relocated to Maine to be with family. She currently lives in Lewiston with her husband Mike. Growing up she participated in a variety of sports and still stays active today whether it’s playing outdoors with her family or taking fitness classes. Her biggest passion is creating delicious organic, whole foods recipes with local ingredients. She lives a green lifestyle and loves to entertain. Missy can be contacted by telephone at (207) 330-7897 or by email.

Emily Coye
Health Promotion Coordinator, SNAP-Edemily-c

Emily is passionate about living a healthy lifestyle and sharing her knowledge with others. Emily’s background in elementary education led her to pursue a Nutrition Educator position at Healthy Androscoggin, where she teaches the community how to shop, cook, and eat healthy on a budget as a Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Educator.  She is able to let her love of teaching mix with her passion for healthy living (and food) every day!

Emily graduated from the University of Maine at Farmington in 2010 with a BS in elementary education.  She taught for 5 years in public schools before deciding to take a different path into the field of nutrition.  Now, Emily is able to teach people of all ages about the things she loves.

Emily lives in Casco, Maine with her fiancé, Justin.  She recently became a published children’s book author.  Now she is touching the lives of children and adults through nutrition education and writing! She enjoys travelling, boating, and cooking as well as writing more books to share with the world!

Emily can be contacted at (207) 786-1669 or by e-mail at

Rebecca SchoenBecca
Health Promotion Coordinator, SNAP-Ed

Rebecca’s background is in youth development, using the tool of play to engage groups and develop curiosity. In her previous role as a Program Manager for afterschool programs in Boston, Rebecca worked with adult mentors across the city  to promote a positive learning environment for the youth participants, and to enhance and implement nutrition education elements into all levels of programming. Rebecca also gained an intimate view of our global food-web, working with vendors and farmers at the local and national to international level through work as Buyer at Whole Foods Market as well as time on small-scale farms.

Rebecca is excited to be returning to her home state of Maine as a SNAP-Ed Nutrition Educator, and to share her love of cooking, gardening and using play in the classroom to promote such a critical component of health. Her Bachelors in Studio Arts from Connecticut College fuels her to bring creativity into the classroom every day! In her spare time you can find Rebecca toting around a good book or making music, hiking and camping, skiing, playing soccer or finding any excuse to enjoy the fresh air! She loves to spend time in the garden just as much as in the kitchen cooking with the harvest!

Rebecca can be contacted at 207-330-7881 or by email.

Fowsia Musse
Community Health Outreach Worker, Healthy Homes & Lead Poisoning Prevention


Fowsia has been working in the field of health as a cultural broker, medical interpreter, and Community Health Outreach Worker for 9 years. She is currently a student at Central Maine Community College pursuing an Associates Degree in Human Services. Fowsia spent years working with United Somali Women of Maine  in Lewiston Maine, empowering women and children. She also worked at CMMC’s Family Practice Residence Program as a cultural broker from 2007-2009. Fowsia worked with Auburn schools from 2010-2013 as a Cultural Broker and she was trained to work with  children who were identified as special needs under the Project SHIFA (Supporting the Health of Immigrant Families and Adolescents). This program was developed to provide culturally appropriate mental health care for Somali youth and their families. This initiative grows out of a partnership between the Somali community and education and mental health systems in the Boston area. Fowsia is a certified medical interpreter and does occasional interpretations for the Lewiston District Court. She has worked for many years as a Community Outreach Worker, and an advocate for Domestic Violence and Sexual assaults victims. In 2013-2014 she spent 6 months working for Advocates for Children as an interpreter, working with their home visitor program that offers educational materials for healthy pregnancy and healthy home environment for expecting mothers and families with new born infants.  In 2013-2014 Fowsia was hired to work as a Community Coordinator by Learning Works Organization’s English for Work adult class, sadly this program was grant funded and they were unable to sustain the classes that they offer in Lewiston.

Fowsia’s interests include time with family, friends, volunteering with local organizations, empowering the Immigrant/Refuge/Asylum communities in the Auburn Lewiston area, and collecting donation items for New Mainer families. She also serves on the board of a few local nonprofit organizations.

In 2008-2009 Fowsia worked on a project collaboratively with Susan D. Jacoby, DNP, CNM a nurse-midwife who practices with Central Maine Obstetrics-Gynecology, along with Heather L. Lindkvist who is a lecturer in the Department of Anthropology at Bates College, and Dr. Monique Lucarelli, who practices Internal Medicine at Central Maine Medical center in Lewiston, Maine. An article on this project was published in the Journal of Midwifery & Women’s Health, titled: “Increasing Certified Nurse-Midwives’ Confidence in Managing the Obstetric Care of Women with Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting”.

Fowsia can be contacted by telephone (207) 795-5927 or by email.

Chrissy Adamowicz
Health Promotion Coordinator, Physical Activity & 5-2-1-0 Let’s Go! chrissy-headshot-2

Chrissy works with communities in Androscoggin County to make bicycling and walking safer and more enjoyable for residents and visitors.  She serves as a member of the Lewiston/Auburn Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee and is excited to be part of the area’s bike/ped initiatives. Chrissy also works with Androscoggin County’s 5-2-1-0 Let’s Go! sites to curb childhood obesity rates by helping make policy and environmental changes in the places children spend time.

She has a B.S. in Ecology and Environmental Science and a M.A. in Sustainable Communities. While earning her master’s degree she was inspired to study the intersection of the natural environment, built environment, human perception, and human behavior.

Chrissy enjoys sauntering through the countryside, daydreaming of car-free cities, riding her bike, and sipping coffee. She can be contacted at (207) 795-2506 or by email.

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Health Promotion Coordinator- 5-2-1-0 Let’s Go!  

Hillary graduated from the University of Maine at Farmington in 2015, with a Bachelor’s degree in Community Health Education. After graduating she worked with Let’s Go! and employee health at Mid Coast-Parkview Hospital in Brunswick, ME. Hillary took a break from public health and worked in Behavioral Health for a year. While she enjoyed it, she missed being able to educate people about how to live a healthier and happier lifestyle, so when she moved back to the Central Maine area in 2016, that is when she started working for the Let’s Go! program housed at Healthy Androscoggin.

Since Hillary has moved back to the Central Maine area, she has been enjoying visiting new and familiar places and hanging out with friends and family who now live closer to her. During the summer you can find Hillary outdoors at the beach, swimming, and fishing for big stripers at her family’s camp in Harpswell. During the winter Hillary is usually found at Sugarloaf where she loves to ski. Hillary also enjoys time with her cats and dog- Kitty Purry, Zoe and Nia.

Shelemiah Baiei
Grants & Development Coordinator

Shelemiah Baiei coordinates our grants, budgets and financial reports. To exercise her creative muscle, she is our database architect for our mutliple programs,  produces print marketing/communication materials and creates multimedia presentations. “I love working with Healthy Androscoggin’s family. I’ve not only seen the expertise and education shared with Androscoggin residents, but the heart.” Also, since the beginning of the Dempsey Challenge, she has been part of the Health & Wellness Expo Planning Committee.

Shelemiah devotes her time to her volunteer Bible education work with the Spanish and Deaf communities throughout Maine. She appreciates being with family, has a ball hosting dance parties and mixing beats with her husband, Josh. Shelemiah can be contacted by telephone at (207) 370-7435 or by email.

Mary Lou Hofmann
Administrative Assistant

Mary Lou brings a wealth of business experience and knowledge of the greater Lewiston Auburn community to Healthy Androscoggin as our Administrative Assistant. As Client Relations Director for 15 years for Occupational Health +Rehabilitation in Lewiston (now Concentra Medical Center), she developed and managed the business relationships with their clients helping to insure a high level of quality service and customer satisfaction. Prior to joining Healthy Androscoggin, she worked for Beacon Hospice as an Account Manager and helped to educate both the medical community and the general public about the benefits of hospice and the Medicare Hospice benefit itself.

At Healthy Androscoggin, Mary Lou provides a welcoming presence to visitors and callers and works with Health Androscoggin staff to provide service and support for the coalition’s various programs and activities. She is thrilled to be able to work with such a great team of colleagues doing such important work to improve the health and lives of folks in Androscoggin County.

Mary Lou has held various leadership positions in her church, has been on the Board and is currently Board president of OutsourceWorks, a local non-profit and has done volunteer work with Maine Alzheimer’s Association, Lighthouse Hospice Foundation, the Auburn School Department among others. She is a self-confessed “foodie” who loves to cook, try new recipes (healthy, of course!) and entertain. Mary Lou can be contacted by telephone at (207) 795-5990 or by email.