Maine Association of Nonprofits, the largest membership organization in the state dedicated to working with Maine’s nonprofits, announces the election of four new members to its Board of Directors.

Joining the Board of Directors are Hayden Andersen, Jayne Crosby Giles, Vernon Moore and Ken Stafford.

MANP also re-elected a slate of officers for a one year term. Doug Woodbury will serve as president, Ted Scontras will serve as vice president, Stephanie Eglinton will serve as secretary and Joan Smith will serve as treasurer.

“All of our current board members bring expertise, talent, and broad experience to the table,” Woodbury said. “We are delighted to welcome our newest members, who will bring with them a fresh perspective and their own unique approaches. They have a strong knowledge of the sector and we look forward to their contributions of time and energy as we work to ensure the growing vitality of nonprofits in Maine.”

The new board members have varied backgrounds.

Anderson is executive director of Maine Humanities Council, the state of Maine affiliate for the National Endowment for the Humanities and Library of Congress Center for the Book.

Giles is CEO of MaineStream Finance, the Community Development Finance Institution of Penquis Community Action Program.

Moore is a retired University of New England professor with 40 years of experience creating integrated systems of education, training, practice and evaluation within and across nonprofit health, education and human service organizations.

Stafford is founder of StaffordAdvisors, a tax, practice management and financial advisory firm specializing in dental practices.

Officers, too, bring a wealth of experience.

Woodbury is a retired nonprofit executive with more than 25 years of experience developing effective organizations, both nonprofit and for-profit.

Scontras is executive vice president of The Bank of Maine, with primary responsibilities in the government, educational and nonprofit business lines.

Smith, a CPA, is a principal at Baker Newman Noyes, specializing in federal and state individual, corporate and partnership tax filings.

Eglinton is a senior program officer at Maine Community Foundation.