Kimberly Scott (Executive Director)
Kim has been with the Conference since 2008, becoming its first Executive Director in 2018. She formerly held positions in legal, non-profit, and consensus building arenas, leading local communities, advocacy groups, and public agencies at all levels of government. She is a member of the Bar in both Maine and Massachusetts, and received her Juris Doctor from the University of Toledo College of Law. When not working, Kim enjoys traveling to the far reaches of the world to trek in Nepal, Peru, and Tanzania, as well as closer to home in the Camden Hills.
Lauren Lewis (Office Manager)
Prior to starting with the Camden Conference, Lauren was involved in the local arts community, both in the for profit and non-profit areas. After earning her MS at the Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation, she worked at the Andrew Wyeth Study Center at the Farnsworth Art Museum until 2014, when she and a partner opened The Kelpie Gallery in South Thomaston. She maintains a painting conservation practice out of her studio at the gallery, and lives in Thomaston with her husband and daughter.
Erin Towns (CCC Outreach Liason)
Erin has worked with the Camden Conference in the Classroom Program since 2015. As a high school educator, she uses professional fellowship experiences in Japan, Kazakhstan, China, Germany, Canada and Ethiopia to help students investigate the world, examine cultural perspectives, and apply knowledge to take action on contemporary issues. Erin teaches at Edward Little High School and serves as Vice President of the Maine Council for Social Studies.