Rockport, ME –Acadia Center is pleased to announce that Chuck Quintero is joining the organization as Director of Clean Energy Community Engagement (Maine), where his focus will be on raising awareness, network building and advancing Acadia Center’s clean energy program goals.

“We’re very excited that Chuck is joining our team. Chuck’s deep knowledge of Maine and extensive experience in state government and community outreach will contribute greatly to our work to advance a consumer-friendly, more local and clean energy system that will strengthen our communities and position Maine for a stronger economic future,” said Daniel L. Sosland, Acadia Center President. “Chuck’s background makes him an informed and effective leader in Maine’s energy and policy landscape.”

Chuck comes to Acadia Center with two decades of experience in government and politics. He has extensive experience in Maine public affairs, managing multiple statewide campaigns for the Maine Democratic Party and serving in both the state’s legislative and executive branches, as chief of staff to the Senate president, a former Senate majority leader, and as a legislative liaison for former Governor John Baldacci. Chuck has coordinated event planning for the Office of the President and served in a series of positions on outreach, advance team services and communications with the New Jersey Governor’s Office and on national campaigns.

Chuck holds a B.A. in Biology from Manhattanville College and resides in Richmond, Maine with his wife and two young children.


Daniel L. Sosland, President, Acadia Center, 207-236-6470,

Emily Avery-Miller, Director External Relations, Acadia Center, 207-576-6550,



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