Andrew B. MacLean

Andy was born in Portland, raised in Bridgton, and has been a resident of the state's capital district since 1998.  He serves as Deputy Executive Vice President & General Counsel of the Maine Medical Association, a professional organization of physicians where he has worked since 1999.  He has been involved in health care law and policy for most of his career.

Andy has cone rod dystrophy, a hereditary retinal disease, and began experiencing vision loss in his late 40s.  He has received services at the Low Vision Clinic of The Iris Network and wanted to join the board to give back to the organization and to contribute to others in our community who are suffering vision loss.

Andy is a graduate of Duke University and the University of Maine School of Law.  He went to Duke on a Navy ROTC scholarship and served four years on active duty as an officer in the U.S. Marine Corps before law school.  

Andy currently lives in Augusta.  He served six years as Mayor of the City of Gardiner and is now the President of the Johnson Hall Performing Arts Center in downtown Gardiner.  He is a director of MaineGeneral Community Care and has been a volunteer with the American Cancer Society for many years.  Among his leisure activities are cooking, running, golf, and snowboarding.

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