Jeanne Paquette

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Jeanne Paquette
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Maine Commissioner of Labor
In office
August 2012 - present
Years in position 3
PredecessorRobert Winglass
Base salary$102,689
Elections and appointments
AppointedAugust 2012
Appointed byGov. Paul LePage (R)
Term limitsN/A
Associate'sDean College
Bachelor'sKean University
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Jeanne Paquette is the Maine Commissioner of Labor since August 2012. Paquette was appointed by Gov. Paul LePage in August 2012.[1]

She previously served as the deputy to former commissioner Robert Winglass, who stepped down from his position in August 2012.[1]


Paquette has previous experience as a business owner and a human resources professional.[2] Paquette is a past member of the Maine State Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, the Maine Jobs Council and several non-profit boards.[2]


  • Dean College, Associate’s degree in Early Childhood Education
  • Kean University, Bachelor of Arts degree in Education[2]

Political career

Maine Commissioner of Labor (2012-Present)

Paquette was sworn-in as Commissioner of Labor by Gov. Paul LePage on September 7, 2012. Paquette served as deputy commissioner from July 2011 until her confirmation as commissioner.[2]

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Political offices
Preceded by
Robert Winglass
Maine Commissioner of Labor
August 2012–present
Succeeded by