Bevin Lucas

Bevin Lucas

Client Relationship Specialist

"Moving into the world of wealth management was daunting, but the team at Great Diamond has been amazingly informative and patient. It’s exciting to be a part of a team that puts individuals first - both clients and co-workers."

BFA, Maine College of Art, Printmaking

Bevin has over 8 years of management experience in the hospitality industry.  While at the Holiday Inn by the Bay in Portland, Maine she led all front office operations and team members, and served as a liaison to all departments, vendors, and guests. 

Originally from the northwestern suburbs of Chicago, Bevin chose to attend Maine College of Art in Portland, imagining a quintessential New England coastal town. Upon arrival, she was surprised to find a working port city, and soon fell in love with the walkability, community, and cultural offerings. She now calls Portland home and lives with her husband Dan and their two cats: Marge, a fluffy white and orange longhair, and Hendrix, a tuxedo shorthair with a mustache.

Outside of the office, Bevin loves discovering all Maine has to offer – from snowshoeing in Rangeley to staying in a converted sardine factory in Lubec to taking the Great Diamond Island ferry and enjoying build-your-own shaved ice at the Crown Jewel. Her love of adventure extends beyond our borders, with dreams to one day explore Ireland and to celebrate a postponed honeymoon in Belize.

Three Things to Know
From a very young age, my favorite pastime was drawing, and I aspired to be an illustrator for comic books or children’s books. But through my coursework at MECA, I found printmaking to be the best medium for my artistic talents. Now, a passion in my spare time is linocutting and block printing on fabric.
I have an impressive collection of Disney Tiki mugs, combining my love of all things Disney and my enthusiasm for anything with a Tiki concept. I even had a Tiki-themed wedding!
My favorite spot in Portland is the Arcadia National Bar, which recently moved from its Preble Street location into the former Port City Music Hall on Congress Street. The new space allows for even more classic arcade games and pinball machines – it’s such a fun night out with Dan and friends. When the next season starts, I plan to join Arcadia’s chapter of Belles & Chimes, an international collective of women’s pinball leagues.