Marjorie Murray Medd

Ms. Marjorie Medd, a resident of Norway holds a Bachelor of Science in Education from Tufts University and a Master in Public Administration from Harvard University. She has been a committed community and state leader in education, children’s issues and economic development. She has chaired the MSAD #17 Board of Directors (3 years), the Maine State Board of Education (3 years) and the Learning Results Task Force. Marge represented Maine on the New England Association for Schools and Colleges as well as the Regional Lab at Brown. She has served on the executive committees for Jobs for Maine Graduates and Maine Coalition for Education for many years. After graduating from Harvard in 1999, she chaired the Maine Children’s Alliance. As chair of EnterpriseMaine (a regional economic development organization) she helped lead her community in its effort to secure the Western Maine University and Community College Center. Her roles in advocacy for education and economic development included trade missions to Japan, British Isles and Brazil and Argentina. Trustee Medd was chosen as one of 25 US educational leaders who joined with many international government, education leaders and students, to lead the 50th anniversary March of the Living walk from Auschwitz to Birkenau.