Liz Helitzer, Executive Director, began her time at the HHRC in January of 2012 as the Office Manager and an educator. In August of 2014 she was thrilled to be named Executive Director. Prior to that, she was the General Manager of The Theater at Monmouth in Monmouth, Maine where she also served as educational coordinator, company manager, directed, wrote original music and performed. Liz has performed and been the educational coordinator for several theaters throughout the United States. She has taught Holocaust workshops and guest taught theater and music workshops for over 10 years.
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David Greenham, Program Director, is an adjunct professor of Drama at the University of Maine at Augusta, and also works as a grant writer and consultant for non-profit organizations around the state. He has worked as a consultant with the HHRC since 2012, and joined the staff in the spring of 2013. Prior to coming to the HHRC, David spent 14 years leading The Theater At Monmouth, and has been a theater artist and arts administrator for more than 25 years. His first involvement in the HHRC was when he produced and acted in a professional production of The Diary of Anne Frank in the Michael Klahr Center in 2010. David is a frequent collaborator with the Maine Humanities Council, and most recently created and performed The Zany, Majestic Bard, a touring program in honor of the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death. David serves on Boards for the Colonial Theater, and Everyman Repertory Theater. David lives in Gardiner.
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Jacob Albert, Office Manager & Archivist, began at HHRC in 2017. A graduate of New York University and Simmons College, Jake is a librarian and archivist with backgrounds in research, writing, and teaching, most recently at Kents Hill School. He serves on boards for the Franco-American Collection at USM Lewiston-Auburn College and Augusta Babe Ruth Baseball. He lives in Augusta.
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