Mainers feel a fierce connection to their hometowns—and rightfully so. We are shaped by where we are raised, and in some cases have an opportunity to offer our gifts back to these communities. Today’s guests returned as adults to live and work in their hometowns. Dr. Renee Fay-Leblanc is a physician and chief medical officer at Greater Portland Health. Michael McGraw is the coach of the state champion Lewiston boys soccer team.
Michael McGraw is the head coach of the boys’ soccer team at Lewiston High School. Last fall, in his 33rd year of coaching, he led the team largely compromised of immigrants to the Class A state championship.
A board-certified physician, Dr. Renee Fay-LeBlanc attended medical school at the University of Vermont and completed her residency in Internal Medicine at New York University. Renee has been working in the Portland area for the last 10 years and as the Chief Medical Officer at Greater Portland Health for since 2014. Renee loves providing vital primary care services to the community in Portland, where she was born and raised. For more information go to www.greaterportlandhealth.org