The Aroostook Medical Center and the EMHS Foundation have announced Hollie Gowen as the new TAMC Foundation philanthropy officer. 

“Hollie brings an ideal mix of experience, enthusiasm and attention to detail to our team,” said Joy Barresi Saucier, vice president, strategy and community benefit at TAMC. “Hollie is already playing a significant role in our current campaign for the County Dialysis Center and she is now gearing up for the annual Lights of Life campaign. I am impressed by how much she has accomplished in a short period of time.”



Prior to joining EMHS, Gowen was employed at MMG Insurance in Presque Isle as an underwriter. She has also served as vice president of the board for the Central Aroostook Humane Society and founded the Friends of Central Aroostook Humane Society, a volunteer auxiliary group. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in journalism from the University of Maine and a Masters of Arts in journalism from Northeastern University.

Hollie is a native of York, Maine and currently resides in Presque Isle with her husband, Brad Wolverton, and their young son.

The TAMC Foundation, as a member of the EMHS Foundation, is dedicated to raising funds to strengthen TAMC programs and services and to support patient care.

Those interested in learning more about making a donation to support programs and services at TAMC can contact Gowen at 207.768.4250 or