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March 18, 2013

Introducing Mainebiz's 2013 Business Leaders of the Year

PHOToS / Left & RIGHT: Tim Greenway; Middle: Ken Lamb
PHOToS / Left & RIGHT: Tim Greenway; Middle: Ken Lamb
The 2013 Mainebiz Business Leaders of the Year, from left: Sara Burns, president and CEO, Central Maine Power; David Desjardins, president and CEO, Acadia Federal Credit Union; Dana Totman, president and CEO, Avesta Housing.

Energy, finance, housing. Each of these three sectors has been tested by tremendous change and mounting challenges in the past year. So perhaps it's no surprise that they also produced the Mainebiz 2013 Business Leaders of the Year.

And what a class it is. After receiving more than 75 nominations for the state's most exemplary executives, we vetted the standouts and selected our honorees. They are: Sara Burns, president and CEO, Central Maine Power; David Desjardins, president and CEO, Acadia Federal Credit Union; Dana Totman, president and CEO, Avesta Housing.

Each of our honorees has demonstrated tenacity, intelligence and an unwavering commitment to the people they serve. That focus has led them to successfully navigate change — whether through increasing regulations or increasing demand for their services — a superior quality they share. You'll be as impressed as we are.

Meet the 2013 Business Leaders of the Year at our annual awards reception May 9. Register here.

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