Jen Kyllonen


Jen has two incredible children, Sadie and Rudy, and is currently an Oxford resident.  She works at a local family owned business in Oxford and has been a  “Jen of all trades” for them since 2000.  She also fills a per diem spot at CMMC in the Emergency Department as a registration clerk.   She is an original cofounder of the Pink Feather Foundation in 2011, and is passionate about people and her local community.  During the holiday months you can find her and her children counting bottles to raise money for the local Christmas for kids program and delivering centerpieces to local seniors for the holidays.  She believes our children should be encouraged to come to the need of others and understand that it is ok to reach out for help if it is needed. 

Joni Gordon


Joni and her husband Tim have been married for eighteen years and are from Oxford, Maine.  Together they have two girls, Madison and Mallory.  She works as an educational technician for MSAD17, and is currently studying to get her teaching degree.  She is an original cofounder of the Pink Feather Foundation in 2011, and has enjoyed supporting her community through various fundraising and volunteer work.  She is passionate about children and meeting their needs as well as teaching her own children the importance of giving back to their community.  Both of her daughters have been involved in volunteer work since they were three- and five-years-old, and are now very active in our clothing package program established in January of 2018.   

Chris Delamater

VP, Director of Marketing 

Northeast Bank

Chris Delamater has been with Northeast Bank for 20 years and is responsible for all marketing, communications, investor relations and charitable donation functions for the bank’s local and national efforts. He is a past president of the Oxford Hills Chamber Commerce and former board member of Tree Street Youth in Lewison and the Androscoggin County Fund, part of Maine Community Foundation’s County and Regional Program. Mr. Delamater received his B.S. in Marketing from Coastal Carolina University and M.B.A. from the University of Southern Maine. He lives in Oxford with his wife and three children.

Marc R. Hallee

Senior Client Partner 

Korn Ferry International

Marc currently lives in the Chicago, IL area but grew up in Norway, ME where he graduated from Oxford Hills High School in 1988. He was first introduced to Pink Feather by his niece, Katie, who is an honor roll student at Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School and regularly volunteers at Pink Feather. Marc’s parents, brother, sister-in-law, nieces, nephew, and other extended family members all reside in Maine. Marc has one son, Jack, who graduated from Bridgton Academy in Bridgton, ME in 2019 and now attends college in Illinois. Marc feels a deep and ongoing connection to Maine and is thrilled to have the opportunity to serve on the Pink Feather Foundation Board of Directors. 

After graduating from Oxford Hills, Marc pursued and received a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from Bates College in Lewiston, ME. Following college graduation Marc began his career in Human Resources (HR) consulting in Illinois. While progressing in his career, Marc attended graduate school at night and received his Master’s in Business Administration (MBA), with a concentration in Leadership and Change Management, from DePaul University’s Kellstadt School of Business. 

Marc has held several leadership positions in large HR consulting firms, and he has also served as the Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) for a $2.5 billion health system in Texas with 14,000 employees. Throughout his career, Marc has enjoyed the privilege of serving a number of Fortune 500 companies and large not-for-profit health systems as their HR consultant. 

In his current work, Marc leads a team at Korn Ferry that focuses on working closely with some of the largest and most complex health systems in the U.S. to help align HR programs and policies to the health systems’ larger objectives, including: high quality, patient engagement, community service, and financial sustainability of healthcare. This involves working closely with the C-suite of these health systems along with physicians, nurses, and other staff to ensure HR programs and policies encourage behaviors and results that are consistent with the organization’s mission, vision, values, goals and community needs. 

Philanthropically, Marc has devoted considerable amounts of time and resources to support Catholic schools. He has served on the Founding Board for the Frassati Catholic Academy in Wauconda, IL, the Holy Trinity High School Board in Temple, TX, and the St. Pius X High School Board in Houston, TX. He also served on the Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors in Temple, TX and the Temple Economic Development Corporation Board of Directors in Temple, TX.