Maureen Drouin

Maureen Drouin Executive Director

Maureen leads the organization’s electoral, accountability and legislative programs. As a Geology and Environmental Studies major at Bowdoin College, Maureen spent countless hours hiking cliffs, wading through streams, taking geologic measurements and observing the natural beauty of Maine. Before coming to MCV, she advanced conservation at the state, regional, and federal levels with several organizations including National Audubon Society, Sierra Club and the Northern Forest Alliance. Maureen graduated with honors from Bowdoin College and completed a one-year fellowship program with Green Corps, the field school for environmental organizing. She lives in Hallowell with her husband, Mathew Scease, and daughter Lily. Contact Maureen at

Beth Ahearn

Beth Ahearn Director of Government Affairs

Beth officially joined our staff in 2012 after working as MCV’s contract lobbyist for the 2010 and 2011 legislative sessions. Beth has a lifelong commitment to protecting Maine’s air, land and water. She has been a whitewater rafting guide in the Forks and was a sailing instructor on Penobscot Bay. She received her J.D. from the University of Maine in 1988 and was an assistant district attorney in Cumberland and Androscoggin counties. Beth was staff attorney for Maine Audubon from 1991 – 1996. From 2000 – 2005, she represented the best interests of children as a guardian ad litem in custody cases. Most recently, Beth was a lobbyist with Moose Ridge Associates, where her clients included conservation, social justice and domestic violence organizations. She lives with her family in Freeport. Contact Beth at

Kathleen Meil

Kathleen Meil Director of Policy & Partnerships

Kathleen leads MCV’s Clean Energy for All campaign and facilitates the Environmental Priorities Coalition, a partnership of 34 environmental, conservation, and public health organizations. Throughout her career—as a clean energy policy advocate at the regional non-profit Acadia Center, energy efficiency professional at Maine’s largest home performance company, educator at public and independent schools, and candidate for public office—Kathleen has worked to build healthy communities that are environmentally friendly and economically strong. Before joining MCV, she advanced opportunities for Mainers to adopt clean, affordable, local energy. Kathleen holds a BA in Science Education Policy and English Literature from Kenyon College, and a MEd in Elementary Education from Lesley University. She chairs the Friends of the Rockport Public Library and serves on the boards of Trekkers, a youth-development organization, and Megunticook Rowing. Kathleen lives with her family in Rockport. Contact Kathleen at

Stephanie Miles

Stephanie Miles Advocacy Coordinator

Growing up in the Finger Lakes region of upstate New York, Stephanie fostered a love of and commitment to the conservation of our natural places. She received her B.S. with distinction in Energy and Environmental Policy from the University of Delaware. She wrote her thesis on the role of indicators in Environmental Quality Assessment. While at the University of Delaware, Stephanie worked for the Energy and Climate Division of the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control to conduct the first phase of development for an environmental indicators tool that would be used in statewide outreach to educate and engage the broader public. She successfully led the student community effort to thwart plans for a natural gas power plant that would have been placed on campus. After graduating, she joined Green Corps - starting her year-long fellowship as the Recruitment Director for Fair Share working to mobilize voters in critical districts. During the course of the year, she partnered with groups such as Food and Water Watch, Environment Virginia, and Fund for the Public Interest to work on a national campaign to defend our environmental protections. She now lives in Brunswick, where she spends her time kayaking, swimming and hiking. Contact Stephanie at 

Rani Sheaffer

Rani Sheaffer Development & Communications Director

Rani's career spans over two decades of environmental and conservation work in the political arena. She currently leads MCV's development and communications programs and has been on staff since 2008. Previously she worked as the Director of the Massachusetts Environmental Collaborative, Field Director for the Center for Environmental Citizenship, Field Organizer for the Sierra Club, and as a volunteer for the Massachusetts League of Environmental Voters. While raising her two young children, she worked part-time with Maine Rivers to establish a membership program. She is a 1996 graduate of Green Corps, the field school for environmental organizing and a 1995 graduate of Hartwick College with a degree in political science and environmental studies. She lives with her family in Hallowell. Contact Rani at

Will Sedlack

Will Sedlack Civic Engagement Manager

While born away, Will Sedlack got to Maine as fast as he could. Will started coming to Maine as a child when his mother and father drove the family up to Southwest Harbor from Carlisle, PA every summer. Will and his new wife Maye live in Portland where they enjoy gardening, fishing, boating, and exploring all that Maine has to offer. Will is a 2010 graduate of the University of Vermont, a 2016 graduate of the Muskie School of Public Service, and a 2019 graduate of the University of Maine School of Law. In a prior life, Will was a teacher at Gorham High School. He is looking forward to building relationships and coalitions to help ensure a bright carbon-free future for Maine.

Greta Warren

Greta Warren Membership & Digital Manager

Originally from Damariscotta, Greta and her husband moved to Harpswell from New York City in 2017 to raise their family in a close-knit community, surrounded by the great outdoors. Greta’s career has taken her through the cultural non-profit sector, the advertising and creative technology arena, and back home to MCV, where she works within the Development & Communications department to cultivate lasting relationships with our existing members, and expand our base to new audiences across the state. She’s passionate about climate action, community engagement, and hiking.