For more than thirty years, I've been active in our towns – as a businesswoman, community leader, mom and volunteer.
In my early twenties, I started a successful Camden lodging business, The Blackberry Inn, along with my husband Ed. Soon after, we purchased another inn, along with several partners, and threw ourselves wholeheartedly into the hospitality business. During my time as an innkeeper, I was elected to the Chamber of Commerce Board, and worked hard to promote the midcoast by working cooperatively with area lodging establishments.
Vicki started her first
Maine business, the Blackberry Inn, at age 24. Located across the street from this Camden landmark, she's spent many hours combing the aisles
for good deals.
Doudera is the author of several books, including “Moving to Maine,” the third edition of which was published in 2014. A real estate broker with Camden Real Estate Company, she has served as secretary on the Camden Conservation Commission, and is currently a Board Member of Midcoast Habitat for Humanity. She lives with her husband, attorney Edward Doudera, in Camden.