Sarah Mayberry Rines has served as a Program Manager at the MaineHealth Center for Tobacco Independence since 2016 with responsibilities of developing and implementing programming as part of the statewide Tobacco Prevention Services initiative. Previously she served as the Program Coordinator of the Breathe Easy Coalition of Maine, a statewide umbrella coalition that promotes and provides technical assistance to develop healthy, smoke-free environments from 2010-2016. Prior to these statewide tobacco control roles, Sarah worked with the Healthy Maine Partnerships in Western Maine as the District Tobacco Coordinator.
Sarah is a 2006 graduate of the University of Southern Maine with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in human biology and biochemistry.
In addition to serving as the President and ARGC for the Maine Public Health Association Board, Sarah participates in many statewide health initiatives including serving on the board of directors of the Maine Cancer Foundation and on numerous other public health and professional associations. Sarah lives in Portland with her husban,Tim, and enjoys running, cycling, being outdoors, and is an avid New England sports fan.