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President — Shannon Banks, Consultant

Shannon is a management and strategic planning consultant whose practice focuses on partnering with leaders and their teams in health care and other mission-driven organizations to clarify vision, establish strategic goals, implement action plans and improve results. Prior to launching her consulting firm, Shannon served as Senior VP of Delivery System Operations at Martin’s Point Health Care and Vice President of Medical Affairs at Central Maine Medical Center. Shannon has also served on the Boards of Directors at Zebra Crossings, Advocates For Children, and Equality Maine. Shannon and her partner have four adult children and live in Brunswick, Maine.

Vice President — Matt Kanwit, Esq.

Matt graduated from Brunswick High School in 1998 and then enlisted in the United States Navy where he served aboard the USS Vandegrift in Yokosuka, Japan.  After his stint in the Navy, Matt graduated from Rutgers College with a BA in History and a BA in Political Science.  Following his graduation from Rutgers and a winter skiing in Colorado, he graduated from the University of Maine School of Law.  Matt enjoys spending time with his wife and children in the outdoors, ideally sailing or skiing.

Treasurer — Casey Mangum, CPA, Brian Robinson, Commercial Credit Analyst, Mechanic Savings Bank

Thomas C. Mangum “Casey” is the the principal Mangum and Associates in 2015. An experienced CPA, Casey has worked in the accounting industry for over 10 years advising clients in an array of taxation, accounting, and finance matters. Prior to acquiring Mangum & Associates, Casey spent seven years working for Ernst & Young, LLP in Boston and Los Angeles. Casey graduated from Wake Forest University with a Bachelor’s degree in Finance and a Master’s degree in Accountancy. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and Maine Society of Certified Public Accountants. Casey and his wife, Stephanie, live in Portland with their son, John. In his spare time, Casey enjoys mountain biking, fishing, and hiking.

Secretary — Seth Ramus, Ph.D., Director of Health Professions Advising, Bowdoin College

After spending 25 years in neuroscience research and teaching, Seth moved to administrative staff at the college. He guides Bowdoin students in their interest in pursuing a career in the health professions. He spends his free time traveling with his wife and two little daughters.

Richard Corbin, MD

Dr. Corbin brings extensive clinical, educational, administrative, and research experience to Oasis. He is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians whose clinical experience was in Critical Care and Pulmonary Medicine.  Dr. Corbin has supported and campaigned for universal access to healthcare for decades. In his spare time, he enjoys traveling and playing bridge.

Walter Higgins, DDS, Dentist

Dr. Higgins has been practicing dentistry in Brunswick for over 40 years.  He is also a volunteer in the Oasis Dental Clinic.  In his spare time, he can be found taking spectacular photos of Maine (many of which are hanging in the Oasis office) and hanging out with his grandkids.

Brandon Hotham, Practice Operations Manager, Martin’s Point

Brandon recently joined Martin’s Point as the the Manager of Practice Operations at Martin’s Point.  Before that, Brandon held several positions at the Maine Health Management Coalition, working on their Pathways to Excellence Program.  He has a BA and MPH from the University of New England.

Steve Loebs, PhD, Professor Emeritus, Bowdoin College

Steve was a Professor and Chair of Department of Health Care Policy and Management at The Ohio State University for 32 years. He was the Associate Dean of College of Public Health from 1998-2004, when he retired. He was the Chair of Ohio Commission to Develop State Wide Insurance Plan for School Employees in Ohio from 2005-2011.
Steve was also the Founder and Chair of Group Practice Health Maintenance Organization in Columbus, Ohio. Steve was a Distinguished Lecturer at Bowdoin College, teaching the first year seminar on Health Care Disparities in the U.S. Steve enjoys wood turning ,tennis, and sailing and his four grandchildren.

Peter F. McGuire, MD

Peter is one of the founders of Oasis. From 1995 – 2012, he served as the Medical Director. He continues to serve Oasis as a member of the Board of Directors. He enjoys bicycle touring around the world, studying at Senior College, vegetable gardening and visiting with grandchildren.

Randee Reynolds, Vice President of Community Health, Mid Coast-Parkview Health

Randee Reynolds, a native of Gardiner, Maine, was previous President and CEO of Parkview Adventist Medical Center in Brunswick, Maine and now serves as Vice President of Community Health for Mid Coast-Parkview Health.

Randee has a B.S. in Business Administration from Atlantic Union College in South Lancaster, MA and a graduate of the National Real Estate Institute.  He is a highly qualified Executive Manager with more than 25 years of financial management experience within non-profit organizations in the states of Florida, Georgia, Massachusetts, Maine, and North Carolina.  As a licensed Real Estate Broker in the state of Florida, he also owns a Real Estate Brokerage Firm there, which he started in 2005.

Brian Robinson, Business Service Specialist, Mechanics Savings Bank

Brian has worked in the Banking industry since 2006. He  graduated with a BS in Business Administration from Bryant University in 2009, and completed his MBA from the University of Southern Maine in 2014. He likes spending time enjoying the Maine outdoors hiking and camping, and exploring the USA and world traveling.

Frank Wnek, retired Captain, American Airlines

Frank is a retired American Airlines Captain. Prior that that, he was a naval aviator with 14 years of active duty. He has a BS from the US Naval Academy and MA from the Naval Post Graduate school. Frank lives in Harpswell and is married with 2 sons and 4 grandchildren. Frank enjoys fly fishing and home recording in his free time.