Interviews with and profiles of the "Ten Most Intriguing Mainers", including Mi
Interviews with and profiles of the "Ten Most Intriguing Mainers", including Michelle Gass, who is responsible for many of Starbucks' innovations as well as its expansion into the Middle East; Laurence Pope, the interim U.S. envoy to Libya who replaces John Christopher Stevens; Katie Aselton, indie filmmaker; Manny Caulk, new superintendent of Portland Public Schools; Bill Burke, former CEO of Turner Broadcasting and current chairman of Portland Sea Dogs; Elle Logan, Olympic gold medalist in rowing; Daniel G. Lilley, criminal law attorney currently defending Mark Strong in the Zumba case; Lisa DeSisto, formerly of Boston.com and soon to be CEO of MaineToday Media; Rick Barton, assistant secretary of the newly-created Bureau of Conflict and Stabilization Operations; and Michele Sturgeon, the City of Portland health inspector who shut down several restaurants for health violations.
staff, Portland Monthly, "Interviews with and profiles of the "Ten Most Intriguing Mainers", including Mi" (2012). Maine News Index – Portland Monthly. 1792.
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