D’arcy Main-Boyington joined the City of Brewer in 2004 as Deputy Director of Economic Development. She was promoted to Economic Development Director in 2006, and leads the City’s efforts to attract, retain, and grow its business base. Prior to joining the City staff, D’arcy was a Business Development Specialist for the Maine Department of Economic and Community Development, responsible for covering six counties in Eastern Maine.
In 2016, D’arcy was awarded the Bangor Region Chamber of Commerce’s Catherine Lebowitz Award for Public Service, and in 2009, she led the team that won the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s acclaimed Phoenix Award for Brewer’s Eastern Fine Paper/Cianbro redevelopment project. In 2006, D’arcy was chosen as one of the “Ten People Shaping the Future of Maine’s Economy,” on MaineBiz magazine’s NEXT list.
She is a member of several key professional economic development organizations, including the Economic Development Council of Maine, Business Retention and Expansion International, and Northeast Developers Association. She also serves on numerous boards and committees including the Maine Development Foundation, University of Maine at Augusta Board of Visitors, the Husson University Board of Visitors, and the Bangor Federal Credit Union supervisory committee.
A Maine native, D’arcy graduated from the University of Maine with highest distinction in her field of International Affairs, and spent a year abroad in Montreal studying at McGill University. She completed a Master’s degree in International Political Economy and Development at Fordham University in New York City, where she was awarded the Matteo Ricci Award for academic excellence. D’arcy is an avid member of Maine Mounted Search and Rescue and currently resides in Hampden with her husband Daryl and their son, Jed, along with the family dogs, horses and donkey.