The Lewiston Education Fund recently elected Adam Lee and Darlene Cadorette-Levesque to its board of directors. “Both Adam and Darlene will be such tremendous assets for the Lewiston Education Fund,” said Amie Parker, President of the Fund. “Both have a passion and commitment to quality education.”
Darlene Cadorette-Levesque is returning to the board having served as a member in the past. “I am very pleased to be able to renew my relationship with the Lewiston Education Fund,” said Levesque. She is currently the Director of Human Resource at White Rock Distilleries in Lewiston where she has worked since January 2006. Prior to White Rock Distilleries, Darlene worked for a number of years at Loring Job Corps Center in Limestone, Maine. She has formerly worked in health care, education and most recently in manufacturing. Darlene earned her Bachelors Degree in Business Administration from Husson College with high honors and is currently enrolled in their MBA program.
Adam Lee is an attorney at Skelton, Taintor and Abbott. “Education, particularly creativity and innovation in education, are of paramount importance to me,” says Lee. “My mother was an Ed tech and worked with the English as Second Language program in my elementary school in Manchester, New Hampshire and my fiancé, Heidi McCarthy, is an elementary music educator.” Lee graduated with a B.A. in History from the University of Texas in 2002 where he was an All-American member of the Debate team. After college he taught communications and coached the Debate team at the University of Rochester, in New York. Lee attended Vermont Law School where he graduated Cum Laude. He lives in Auburn and is committed to the development of a vibrant, diverse and intellectually and artistically enriched Lewiston and Auburn where he can build a life and family.