Collective Commitments - A Maine based social enterprise organization was launched in 2016 by Patricia Pinto. Its membership is a group of dedicated, highly experienced former corporate executives, business owners and educators who want to make Maine a better place to live and work.

 In 2018, Ms.Pinto began her work to disrupt misnomers about aging and to focus on people's desires to age in place. From 2019 - August 2021 she served as the AARP Maine Volunteer State President.

Starting September 2021, Ms. Pinto will focus on sharing how technology  created during the pandemic can now be used to deliver telehealth and caregiving services throughout the state of Maine. Her focus will be on rural Maine and working through the local town and city Age Friendly communities.  



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Aging 2.0 - In 2021, we will continue to serve as the Brand Ambassador/Local Chapter for Aging 2.0 for the state of Maine. The organization has grown internationally and it now has 230 chapters. The organization focuses on identifying innovations and technologies to support the needs and desires of people as they age.

One of the Grand Challenges we are focused on in 2021 is Engagement & Purpose.

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