Good Will - Hinckley

We Change Lives

Senior Administration


Robert Moody
Executive Director

 After graduating High School Rob enlisted in the Navy for 2 years.  Rob was stationed in Mayport Florida on an Aircraft Carrier CV 60 – USS Saratoga.  After the Navy he attended UMF to major in Math and Computer Science. Rob graduated from UMF and started working at a Private school in Sabattus Maine, Franklin Academy in 1989.  He taught Math, Physical Education, and was the Head House Director.  He received his Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Maine at Orono in 1997.  Rob started working at Averill High School on the campus of Good Will-Hinckley in 1990. He started as a Math Teacher and coach of many sports.  In 1992 he became the Assistant Principal at Averill HS and in 1994 the Principal. In 1998 Rob was promoted to Director of Education/Principal of Schools at Good Will-Hinckley.  In August of 2000, Rob earned his PhD in Educational Leadership from California Coast University.  In 2002 he became the Director of Operations for the entire Good Will Hinckley campus.  In March of 2004 Rob was given the opportunity to be a Principal at Windsor Elementary School, a Public Kindergarten through 8th Grade School.  He served as Principal in Windsor, Maine until June of 2013.  In July of 2013 Rob returned to Good Will-Hinckley/Maine Academy of Natural Sciences as the Vice President/Chief Operating Officer. 

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Donna M. Ferenc-McGorty 
Director of Finance and Treasurer

Donna Ferenc has enjoyed a rewarding career in financial leadership, management and accounting, that all began with her earning an Associate’s Degree in Accounting from the University of New Hampshire. Moving forward, Donna went on to add a Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting from the University of Maine which was followed by a Master’s in Public Administration; also from the University of Maine. She later returned to the University of Maine, as an Adjunct Professor, teaching at the graduate level for the school’s Public Administration program.

Previous to her position at the Good Will-Hinckley School, Donna spent a number of years as the Chief Financial Officer and Director of Operations at the Maine Central Institute in Pittsfield. The foundation of which was a number of finance and accounting positions in both for profit and non-profit sectors , leading to a series of ever increasing responsibility with the State of Maine, culminating in her role as the Director of the Office of Audit for Maine’s Department of Transportation.

Donna is a Maine State Notary Public, a member of the Society of Human Resource Management, the National Honors Society and a past member of the Institute of Internal Auditors and the Association of Government Accountants; serving as their President.

Donna began a lifelong commitment to community service as a high school student in Japan, tutoring English to Japanese junior high and high school students at Johnson Air Force Base High School. Over the years, she has served as a member of the Education Committees for the City of Augusta’s Master Planning process, for the Kennebec Valley Medical Center Health Outreach Program and more recently as a member of the Somerset County Animal Response Team. In addition, she served for many years as a board member for the Kennebec Valley Humane Society and the Maine Hospice Council.

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 Ken Coville
President/Director of Development

Ken was born in Texas, the child of a United States Air Force family, and spent his early childhood traveling the world.  His family settled in Aroostook County when his father retired out of Loring Air Force Base.  After graduating from Caribou High, Ken first attended the University of Maine at Orono and then completed his undergraduate work in Elementary Education and Education of Students with Behavioral Challenges at the University of Maine at Farmington.  While in college, Ken married his wife Paige.  He began his education career in 1982 at Good Will - Hinckley with Paige as Family Teachers in Golden Rule Cottage.  He went on to teach both regular and special education at Deer Isle/Stonington and Southern Aroostook Community School.  In 1989, Ken completed his Master's Degree in Educational Leadership and became the Director of Special Services for the Southern Aroostook Schools and subsequently the Superintendent in 1991.  He continued his career in education at RSU 3 in Unity, the Rangeley School District and from 2014 - 2016 at the Carrabec Schools in Anson, Maine.  Ken has had the opportunity to serve on several Boards of Directors, including Jobs for Maine Graduates (JMG) and various commissions including the Maine Educator Effectiveness Commission.  His time at the Carrabec Schools included leading a Gates Foundation High School Turnaround project, the development of performance-based teacher compensation and the implementation of universal preschool programming.  In the Fall of 2016, Ken had the great privilege of returning to Good Will - Hinckley as President/Director of Development.

Michael Hinckley-Gordon
Director of Campus Life, Director of After School Program & Physical Plant

With over 24 years of experience in nonprofit youth-centered services in Maine, Michael has a proven record of hands-on operational leadership and success in executing a wide range of strategic initiatives in a variety of settings.

During his tenure with Good Will - Hinckley, Michael has been involved in many executive-level development projects (i.e., fundraising, special events, grants, state contracts and marketing).  He also directed Good Will - Hinckley's Independent Living Programs for 15+ years, managing an array of on- and off-campus housing options and a comprehensive life skills curriculum, as well as educational and vocational programs for homeless young adults and youth in care of the state.

Michael currently serves as the Director of Campus Life, Physical Plant and the 21st Century Community Learning Center (CCLC) at Good Will - Hinckley and the Maine Academy of Natural Scinces.

Michael lives in Benton - the "backyard" of Good Will - Hinckley, where he and his wife Lorene have raised their daughter Michaela.  They are both devoted to this community and expect to remain here through retirement.

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Gary Dugal - Human Resources Manager, College Step-Up Director & GEAR UP Coordinator  (Email Gary)

Anna Perkins, M.Ed - Director of Special Education (Email Anna)

Lisa Sandy - Director of Admissions for MeANS and the College Step-Up Program (Email Lisa)

Luke Schaedle, MBA - Director of Information Technology (Email Luke)

Deborah Staber - Museum Curator (Email Deborah)

Michelle Theriault - Development Coordinator (Email Michelle)


Good Will-Hinckley | PO Box 159 | 16 Prescott Drive | Hinckley, Maine 04944 | 207-238-4000 |