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Vice President

Gerald Quirk moved full-time to Rockport in 2021 and is in the process of retiring from his role as COO of a biotechnology company focused on developing cancer medicines. A corporate lawyer by training, he has held numerous senior-level positions in biotech including accountability for people and culture, financial planning and capital raising, and governance and corporate social responsibility.

Outside of work, Gerald has been an engaged community leader, having served two terms on the Lincoln-Sudbury, Mass Regional School Committee, 14 years as a youth soccer coach and board member of the Sudbury Youth Soccer Association, and as co-chair of his church’s capital campaign.

Gerald and his wife Beth have three adult daughters. Gerald was introduced to MRC by one of his neighbors shortly after his arrival in Maine and has been an enthusiastic participant in MRC’s tennis programs over the last year. When he’s not on the courts, Gerald can frequently be found at the Beech Nut, where he serves as a docent for the Coastal Mountains Land Trust, or on a hiking trail with Beth and their Labrador Retriever. Gerald’s involvement at MRC is driven by the critical role it plays in our community at the intersection of health/well-being, and the engagement of children and families, as a way to “Pay it Forward” in gratitude for MRC’s role in making him feel welcome as a new resident.

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