Amy will continue to be an important voice for equality in the Maine House of Representatives!
Rep. Amy Roeder is serving her second term in the Maine House of Representatives. She is the House chair of the Labor and Housing Committee. Rep. Roeder has worked in the arts for her entire adult life, both as an artist and as an administrator. She currently serves as an adjunct theater professor at the University of Maine and is the interim Executive Director of Maine Mental Health Connections. Additionally, she is a freelance business trainer and has worked with multiple local and national companies to address critical issues around communication, problem solving and organizational change management. Rep. Roeder is a strong advocate in Augusta for fair wages, safe working conditions and expanded opportunities for all workers. She is particularly passionate about supporting small businesses and working to help Maine’s downtowns and Main Streets thrive. Rep. Roeder is an adoptive mother of two sons and lives in Bangor’s Little City neighborhood. She holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Evansville, a master’s degree from the University of Georgia and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Maine.