Our Board of Directors

Neva Allen

Neva was born in Carson City, Nevada. She lived most of her life in Las Vegas, where she worked as a convention model. In 1994, she and her husband moved to Flagstaff, Arizona where she worked for a river rafting company. In 1998, Neva was diagnosed with a neurological disease, and so in 2000 she and her husband decided to move to Maine. In 2004, Neva was awarded a special volunteer award by Waldo Community Action Partners in Belfast, Maine for starting a calling service to seniors. Several years later, she developed the Accessibility Project in order to make the downtown of Belfast more accessible to people with mobility challenges. With the help of her husband, the Belfast City Council, the business owners, and the community, the city of Belfast went from being 20% accessible to 80% accessible in one year. Neva lives in Belfast with her two cats and tropical fish.

Suetta Tenney, M.D., F.A.C.P.

Community based primary care physician for over 30 years, with specialty in Integrative Medicine, Geriatrics, Palliative and Hospice Care. She founded and led a small community practice for 14 years where she facilitated mind-body Self-Care trainings for caregivers, mental health, and addictions. She was involved in many community efforts including Girl and Boy Scouts, interfaith and meditative/chant programs. She also chaired a grass-roots organization in the 1990s which created the town's first Middle School, after school program. She is a mother of three grown children, dog lover, and amateur musician. Resident of Stockton Springs, Maine

Elizabeth Moore

Elizabeth was born in Massachusetts and moved to Maine after college. She worked in a mental health aftercare agency, whose focus was to assist people released from the state hospital and reentering the community. After working in that role for a number of years, she became week-end manager of a group home for people with intellectual disabilities, where she encountered some of the kindest and most sensible people she has met in her life. She ultimately left this field and became a church office administrator. Currently she works part-time and seasonally as an editor for a Colorado firm which assists high school seniors in preparing to apply for college.

Marjory Stickler
Member At Large

Originally from Massachusetts where she was a Geriatric Care Manager, Marje was an LICSW. A former elementary school teacher, she raised 3 children. She and her husband enjoy Maine, an outdoor life, fishing, gardening and dogs.