Greenlight Maine is produced by Greenlight Maine Fund and the grand prize is $100,000

Greenlight Maine casting is aided by SCORE, Top Gun and several other organizations dedicated to identifying and promoting the growth of Maine business with production support by NESCOM, at Husson University, and statewide distribution by News Center Maine WCSH6 and WLBZ2. Marketing is managed by Dream Local Digital.

Julene Gervais

Julene is a former award-winning television anchor and reporter. She began her broadcasting career in Wilmington, North Carolina, working for WECT-TV as a producer. However, Julene spent most of her television career covering all three television markets in Maine. Julene has a diverse background covering stories related to our state’s economy, health care and politics. This makes her the perfect host for Greenlight Maine, using her skills as a journalist to draw out the best in the candidates and the judges to showcase the positive momentum building within Maine’s economic community.

Con Fullam

Con Fullam is a multi-award-winning music, film, and television producer. Fullam’s music and films have been heard and seen in 50 countries around the world. Fullam has appeared on the Today Show, National Public Television, Voice of America, National Public Radio and Al Jazeera, and has been written about in Billboard Magazine, The Washington Post, Cashbox, The Boston Phoenix, Canadian Country Music News, Music Row, The New York Times and several local papers and publications. He is best known here in his home state as the composer of The Maine Christmas Song which has sold over one hundred thousand copies and, through its sales, helped to serve 250,000 meals to Mainers in need.

Brian “BC” Corcoran

Brian Corcoran, is the CEO and founder of Shamrock Sports & Entertainment, an agency focused on property partnership, naming rights and multi-media sales and other strategic consulting. Shamrock clients have included NASCAR, NBA, Invictus Games, Virgin Trains USA, Rugged Maniac, Red Bull Air Race and more. During his career, he has secured corporate partnerships that include the largest U.S. sports sponsorship in history with $750 million entitlement of NASCAR Nextel Cup Series (now Monster Energy). Corcoran also has pioneered mutually rewarding deals with Fortune 500 brands.

Nat Thompson

Nat Thompson is currently the CMO of CSP Mobile Productions, president of Maine Radio and Television Company and the producer of Greenlight Maine. He has over 30 years of experience in live television sports and entertainment productions from coast to coast. He’s a third-generation broadcaster and part of the family that owned and operated the NBC affiliates in Maine from their inception in the 1920s, until their sale to Gannett in 1998. Nat began his career as a videographer/producer at WCSH-TV in Portland. He has shot, produced and directed commercials, PSAs, industrials and full-length programs for both local and national clients. He has worked in broadcast news locally and in many facets of live sports and live concerts.