Marty Grohman, Executive Director

Martin Grohman holds a degree in Chemical Engineering from Rensselaer. He is a former State Representative, where he was a member of the Energy, Utilities and Technology Committee. Grohman co-founded DuraLife Decking, a composite decking manufacturing company that continues to operate and grow in Biddeford. After the company's acquisition, Grohman served as Director of Sustainability for GAF, North America's largest roofing manufacturer, developing initiatives such as roofing recycling and the company's Zero-Waste-to-Landfill effort, as well as building networks with national organizations such as the US Green Building Council. 

Marty grew up in Carthage, Maine, where his family still runs a small farm keeping Jersey cows. He and his wife Amy and their two children live in Biddeford where Amy works in the Biddeford School Department.


Katharine K. Wojcik, Design & Marketing Consultant 

Katharine is a designer and creator with a passion for sustainability and community. With her company Adept Creative, she is collaborating with E2Tech to develop the brand, identity and marketing efforts for the organization.  

Katharine joins the E2Tech team with over 10 years of experience as an employee and consultant for top design / build firms, start-ups and local organizations. After a tenure in the green building industry in Connecticut where she worked on large-scale, multi-million dollar projects for Yale University, the University of Connecticut, the GSA and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers among others, Katharine moved from New Haven to Portland to start an independent creative services firm. Adept Creative provides marketing, design and consulting services for entrepreneurs, nonprofits and businesses of all sizes. The launch of Adept has allowed Katharine to develop a career that utilizes areas of expertise in marketing and design and her collegiate background in finance and operations. With her company, she additionally pursues active involvement and collaboration on important issues: environmental policy, civil rights, women's rights, and protecting net neutrality. Katharine currently serves on the board for a local community activism organization and has joined the ACLU of Maine's Rising Leaders board. 

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Adelaide Taylor, Project Administrator

Adelaide Taylor is a recent import to Maine, having moved to Southern Maine from the DC area in 2016 with her son after visiting York County and discovering "the way life should be" while on vacation the year prior. Having grown up moving around Europe, she speaks 6 languages to varying degrees of fluency and is an avid reader in at least 3 of these. Adelaide holds a BA in Anthropology from Franklin and Marshall College, with a strong focus on African Area Studies and Cultures. Her passion for folklore, myths, and legends led her to complete a Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction - Children's Literature through Pennsylvania State University. Adelaide’s background is in education, HR, and nonprofit management. She is a recent addition to E2Tech, the Environmental and Energy Technology Council of Maine, working with executive director Marty Grohman. In her role she can be found not only preparing E2Tech’s well attended and respected monthly forums on all topics Environmental, Energy, and Technology, but also representing E2Tech at networking events and attending local partner events throughout the Portland Region. 


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