Curator Paige S. LillyCurator

Paige S. Lilly
curator@castinehistoricalsociety.org
Paige Lilly, the Society’s curator since December 2008, holds a Bachelor’s degree in American Studies and Spanish from Colby College and a Master’s degree in American and New England Studies from the University of Southern Maine. Previously she worked as an Archivist/Librarian for the United Society of Shakers and for the Penobscot Marine Museum, and more recently as Archivist for the William S. Cohen Papers at Fogler Library at the University of Maine. Through a consulting grant, Paige assisted Sally Foote and the CHS Collections Committee in the mid 1990s, beginning her long association with the Society.

 

Administrative Assistant Angela BonacasaAdministrative Assistant

Angela Bonacasa
admin@castinehistoricalsociety.org
Angela Bonacasa, the Society’s Administrative Assistant since July 2016, has held numerous roles in the world of non profit arts management, including Secretary, Business Manager, and Executive Director.   She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Roosevelt University’s Chicago College of Performing Arts, and in her free time works as choreographer, teacher, and director.  She has worked at numerous theatres around central Maine, and is the Artistic Director of the Bangor based company True North Theatre.

 

Volunteer Coordinator Anne FuentesVolunteer Coordinator

Anne Fuentes
info@castinehistoricalsociety.org
Anne Fuentes is a member of the Castine Historical Society Board of Directors, and serves as Chair of the Development Committee.  She also serves as an Abbott School exhibits docent as well as a Walking Tour guide.  She holds Bachelor of Arts degrees in History and Latin, a Masters degree in European History,  and a Master of  Science degree in Secondary Education.  She also serves as the Alumni Director of The Lovett School in Atlanta, Georgia.