OUT Maine is thrilled to welcome Aiden Campbell and Inga Vickerman to the team, swelling the staff roster to eight.
Aiden Campbell (he/him) becomes a full-time team member after working with OUT Maine over the last few years at youth retreats and most recently as the facilitator of the Gender Exploration Support Group. Aiden grew up in Maine; transitioned from female to male in high school; and graduated with a Masters of Social Work in 2019 from the University of Southern Maine. Aiden has over seven years of diverse experience working with both at-risk youth and families. Aiden brings his experience as a clinician, along with his personal transitioning journey, to help OUT educate, support and uplift LGBTQ+ youth across Maine.
Inga Vickerman (she/her) hails from Tenants Harbor and joins the crew as Program Assistant. Inga comes with an impressive set of skills and a passion for OUT’s work. She grew up in Washington, Maine before serving in the USAF and traveling overseas for many years. As the mother of two transgender young adults, she has experienced the difficulties faced by trans youth and their families, and is strongly committed to OUT Maine’s efforts to build welcoming and affirming communities throughout Maine for queer youth.