Meg brings over 15 years of banking experience to Skowhegan Savings. She joined the Skowhegan Savings team in 2007 and has committed herself to serving the needs of her customers. With a breadth of knowledge in both residential and commercial lending she brings a global approach to relationship banking by looking at each individual’s entire financial picture. She takes great pride in finding solutions that best fit the needs of those that she works with. She believes that it is truly a privilege to have the opportunity to earn your business.
Meg holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communication with the University of Southern Maine and Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Thomas College.
Meg is a strong community advocate as is evident from her involvement in numerous non-profit organizations. Meg is currently involved with several organizations, including: Board Member and Vice President at The Maine Children’s Home for Little Wanderers, Board Member at The Children’s Discovery Museum and President of The Belgrade Lakes Region Business Group. Meg is also an active volunteer with Junior Achievement, an organization that teaches financial literacy through volunteers in the classroom for grades K-12.
Originally from Cape Elizabeth, Maine, Meg currently resides in Winslow with her husband Mike and three children young children; Bella (age 10), Michael (age 8), and Gabe (age 5).
Meg was a soloist with the Maine State Ballet and currently teaches ballet and yoga at Stage Presence for Dancers in Winslow. She also sings in a band with her husband who plays bass guitar. The band, Loki & Friends can be found playing at Maine-ly Brews in Waterville, Festivals, and other local venues. She enjoys reading, playing the Ukulele, and painting. Above all she enjoys adventuring with her children and watching them learn and grow into kind and nurturing human beings.
Quote: Be thankful for the smallest blessing and you will deserve to receive greater. Value the least gifts no less than the greatest and simple graces as especial favors. If you remember the dignity of the Giver, no gift will seem small. -Thomas a Kempis
Community & Professional Involvement
- The Maine Children's Home for Little Wanderers, Board Member & Vice President
- The Children's Discovery Museum, Board Member
- Belgrade Lakes Region Business Group, President
- Junior Achievement, Volunteer