Paul Golding + Alexandra Sagov

Paul Golding was born and educated in the U.K. before moving to the United States in 1990. He has served in a number of senior roles in public health advocacy, higher education, and social services. Since moving to Maine in 2002, he has worked at Day One, an adolescent substance prevention and treatment agency, The Center for Grieving Children, and Stepping Stones. He served as the president of the National Alliance for Grieving Children and currently serves as the executive director of Family Hope, a mental health resource agency located in Scarborough.

Alexandra Sagov, who has a masters in social work and holds a Mental Health Rehabilitation Technician Certfication, has served with Family Hope since 2017. She holds a BA in political communications and public relations from Emerson College. She has served in a number of roles for the United Way, Catholic Charities, and the YMCA.