Vice President/GM, Kim Wettlaufer

Kim Wettlaufer is the former executive director of the Trinity Jubilee Center (TJC) in Lewiston, Maine, run from the Trinity Episcopal Church. The center serves one of the neediest neighborhoods in Maine, in which 64 percent of the population lives on a yearly income of less than $15,000. Some of the programs offered by the TJC include meals, a food pantry, a diaper distribution service, and a drop-in center open seven days a week. Also, the TJC has become a resource for the Somali and Somali Bantu families, helping them adjust to life in the United States. Wettlaufer is also the president of the Lewiston High School Booster’s Association and executive director of the Androstars youth soccer club. Prior to his involvement in the Trinity Jubilee Center, Wettlaufer was a journalist for the Lewiston Sun Journal and track coach at Lewiston High School. Wettlaufer also owns six Subway Sandwich franchises in Maine and was the chair of the steering committee for the capital campaign at Androscoggin Home Care and Hospice that raised the funds to build an in-patient hospice house, which was the first of its kind in Maine.


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