Maine Family Planning is led by women and men committed to ensuring access to quality health care, education, and information for all Maine individuals and families.
Together with a staff and board of experts in reproductive medicine, advocacy, communications, business management, and law, these leaders offer commonsense solutions designed to protect women’s health and safety and the basic human rights of us all.
Marcia DeGeer, a Maine native, received her Juris Doctor from New England Law/Boston and practiced in New York City with Skadden, Arps, Meagher, and Flom LLP before returning to Maine in 2010 to found her law firm, the Law Offices of Marcia E. DeGeer. Her practice focuses on family law, elder law, wills, trusts and estate planning, real estate and probate. She is a rostered Guardian Ad Litem and a trained mediator. She serves as Governor on the Maine State Bar Association, as a Court Appointed Special Advocate and is a member of the Lincoln County Bar Association. Marcia lives in Nobleboro with her husband, Derek, owner of local bakery Hootenanny Bread and her daughter.
Since 1991, George Hill has served as the President and CEO of Maine Family Planning, a private organization responsible for assuring that more than 21,000 Maine women and teens have access to affordable, high quality family planning services through a network of 47 clinic sites located in every county in the state. In 1994, he oversaw the development of the Parker Harris & Russell DeJong Center for Reproductive Health, which was created to provide abortion care and is the only training site in Northern New England for residents and physicians seeking to learn how to provide the procedure. As a result, close working relationships have been developed with family practice residencies throughout the state, the Maine-Dartmouth Family Practice Program and with the University of New England Medical School. In 2015-16, he raised private funds for and oversaw the implementation of medication abortion via telemedicine in all 18 of Maine Family Planning’s health centers, making Maine just the third state in the nation to make such services available through telemedicine.