Nicole Rancourt

Program Manager

Nicole Rancourt

Nicole’s primary role at MHC is to develop, coordinate, and support the processes and systems necessary to implement program and grant initiatives effectively and efficiently. She provides big-picture strategizing and analytical support to harmonize workflow and staff capacity. Nicole works collaboratively with Program Coordinators to orchestrate the overall implementation of programs and grants statewide. In addition to working with partners as a Point Person on MHC’s programs, she is MHC’s organizational liaison to Maine’s library and K-12 school networks. Nicole is also Maine’s Co-representative to the Collaborative Summer Library Program, and MHC’s primary collaborator with the Civil Rights Team Project and National History Day in Maine. She is a Maine Council for the Social Studies Board Member and serves on the MHC Board-Staff DEI Task Force.

After growing up in Auburn, Nicole travelled in Up With People (Cast C97-98), then went on to graduate from University of Maine at Farmington with a degree in Education. She taught middle level humanities at Whittier Middle School for several years before joining the MHC team in 2013. She is a member of the Maine State Advisory Committee to the US Commission on Civil Rights and is an Auburn Public Library Trustee. Nicole lives in Minot where she spends time reading, cooking, attempting to crochet and knit, adoring her pup, finding good podcasts and shows to binge, and taking advantage of the beauty of rural Maine.

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