Hanley Center Team

We all have high hopes and expectations of ourselves and our healthcare teams.  The constant churn of change requires us to stay nimble, communicate succinctly, and work in sync rather than compete both within and outside of our departments and organizations.

Our non-profit mission drives us to support and guide you and your teams in meeting your own mission.  That mission sets us apart and keeps us focused on delivering the best solutions for our clients with a collective end goal of skilled leaders delivering high quality healthcare resulting in healthier communities.

Hanley Staff

Judiann Smith, Executive Director

Judiann Ferretti Smith, Executive Director

Judiann is the Executive Director of the Hanley Center.  Judiann joined the Hanley Center in April of 2015 after playing a variety of roles at Spurwink, Maine’s largest non-profit mental health agency, over a period of 18 years.  At Spurwink, Judiann served in 3 progressively more responsible positions starting as the Director of Human Resources, then the Director of Regulatory & Legislative Analysis to her final Spurwink role as Vice President of Strategy & Government Relations.  Judiann spent her time working with State & legislative leaders, other providers and the business community shaping policies and agendas and convening and facilitating work groups to best serve children, families & adults challenged by behavioral health diagnoses and developmental disabilities.  She also led a variety of mission impact & marketing related efforts within Spurwink.

Judiann is very interested in how physician leadership can and will play an important role in shaping health policy that strives to meet the Triple Aim while continuing to serve underserved populations challenged by geography, age (elders and children), race or ethnicity.  Before Spurwink, Judiann held a variety of insurance related roles, briefly practiced law in Boston, worked for Maine’s former Secretary of State and the City of Saco.  Judiann has served on a variety of non-profit and chamber boards and committees including a two-term run as an elected School Committee member in Yarmouth, Maine.  Judiann received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology at St. Bonaventure University and her Juris Doctor at Suffolk University Law School.  Judiann is also a proud graduate of the Daniel Hanley Center’s Health Leadership Development program (Class III).

In her free time, Judiann enjoys spending rare time with her family, baking, and exploring Maine’s coast.

Janell Lewis, Director of Leadership Development

Janell Lewis, Director of Leadership Development

Janell is the Director for Leadership Development for the Hanley Center. Janell joined the Hanley Center in August of 2021 after 12 years of various roles at MaineHealth. Most recently Janell designed and implemented a Health Career Pipeline program based in Maine Medical Center’s Department of Medical Education.

Janell has spent much of her career as a certified health educator with a focus on connecting with our underserved and underrepresented populations, working on effective communication and plain language, and building and developing curriculum to engage different populations in health and wellness.

Janell has a strong interest in supporting our various providers and healthcare employees across the state to be the best leaders that they can be. All with an aim to care for Maine’s diverse populations.

In her spare time, Janell enjoys her family, chickens, ducks and gardens.

Maggie Adelson, Coordinator of Finance & Administration

Maggie Adelson, Coordinator of Finance & Administration

Maggie serves as the Hanley Center’s resident historian.  Joining the Hanley Center in its very early years before there was a full-time Executive Director, Maggie has played multiple critical roles to the organization’s growth and sustainability.  Currently, Maggie oversees the organization’s financial and human resource functions as well as coordinates CMEs for our various initiatives and maintains our growing network database and websites.

In her free time, Maggie enjoys gardening in her yard.

Kaity Moloney, Administrative Specialist

Kaity Moloney, Administrative Specialist

Kaity is the Administrative Specialist for the Hanley Center. She is the newest member of the team, having joined in October 2022. Kaity graduated from the University of Maine with a Bachelor of Science in Education. Before joining the Hanley Center, Kaity worked as a graphic designer, and as a public-school teacher, refining her marketing, project management, and interpersonal skills.

Kaity has a strong interest in supporting providers and healthcare employees, especially when it comes to their own mental well-being and leadership development. As a former educator, she recognizes the positive impact exceptional professional and personal development can have in helping public service employees to excel in their work and best show up for others every day. She is excited to be part of the Hanley team, in a position where she can help support providers and healthcare employees achieve this ideal.

In her free time, Kaity enjoys spending time with her husband, family and friends, painting, reading and writing.


Hanley Faculty

The Hanley Center staff team is thrilled to partner with these amazing leadership development and strategy experts.

Corinne Eisenman, Facilitator, Executive Coach

Corinne Eisenman, Facilitator, Executive Coach 

Corinne Eisenman is a leadership and team development coach, consultant, and facilitator with a rich experience base in both for-profit and non-profit sectors. She is passionate about supporting leaders to achieve results through authentic connection: to self, team, and purpose. Her work focuses on building capacity and trust, creating clear communication and accountability, and creating joyful, productive organizational cultures.

Corinne is a Team Coach for the Cornell Johnson School of Business Executive MBA programs, and a facilitator and coach for the Maine Association of Nonprofits Leadership Institute.  Individual coaching clients seek her out for leadership development, organizational change strategies and support, and creating supportive and lasting work cultures.

Corinne has been a key member of leadership teams of both for-profit and non-profit entities; she brings her depth of experience in leading and managing organizations to the table with clients.  Corinne holds a Masters degree from Lesley College and a BA from Hiram college. Her coach training is through the Co-Active Training Institute (CTI) and Positive Intelligence.  In her free time, Corinne loves to explore the trails of Maine, sing, and follow wildlife tracks.

Jan Kearce, Facilitator, Executive Coach

Jan Kearce, Facilitator, Executive Coach 

Jan Kearce is a Senior Leader for Workforce and Leadership Development at MDF and serves as one of the visiting faculty for the Daniel Hanley Center.  She is change leader, strategic partner, facilitator and coach who brings deep passion and experience to her work with leaders, teams and organizations. Jan has over 30 years of experience working with leaders and teams across-sectors and geography in her leadership roles with organizations focused on manufacturing, outdoor education, the environment, leadership and consulting. Jan has led organizations and initiatives that have focused on quality, safety and operational excellence; great places to work; creating an internal training institute; multi-location mergers; and developing regional and statewide leadership. Jan has a BA in Journalism from the University of Georgia; a Master’s Degree in Human Resource / Organizational Development from American University and NTL; Leadership Coaching certification from Georgetown University; and is both a graduate of and current Program Director of MDF’s Leadership Maine and ICL (Institute for Civic Leadership). Jan formerly led ICL, a founding design partner for the HLD program.

Bob Wright, Strategic Consultant, Facilitator, Executive Coach

Bob Wright, Strategic Consultant, Facilitator, Executive Coach 

Bob Wright is an organization development consultant, strategic planner and leadership coach committed to helping organizations clarify and realize their missions, and to encouraging employees to bring more of who they are to what they do.  In addition to facilitating our signature PELI and HLD programs, he supports Hanley clients in strategic planning and solving complex organizational challenges.

Bob has designed and implemented organization and leadership development initiatives throughout North America, Asia, Europe and Africa.  He also works with health care systems, state and local governments, and non-profit organizations on quality management, organization culture development, work systems redesign, strategic and business planning, and community-building efforts.  Among his clients are Boston College, Bose Corporation, Children and Families First, Christiana Care Health Services, Coastal Rivers Conservation Trust, the Delaware Healthcare Commission, The Economic Commission for Africa, The Maine Commission for Community Service, the National Institutes of Health, Nemours Health and Prevention Services, the Peace Corps, the Smithsonian Institution, the Student Conservation Association, the United Nations, and the YMCA.

He annually facilitates the acclaimed Maine Association of Nonprofits Leadership Institute for Executive Directors. Bob has served on several nonprofit boards, holding numerous roles including board president. Bob holds a Masters degree in Management from the School for International Training, and a bachelor’s degree in Anthropology and Intercultural Communication.  He is trained in Gestalt Psychology, and is a Professional Certified Coach with the International Coaching Federation.  His other interests include poetry, woodworking and sailing the Maine coast.