Local Leaders 

These are individuals and businesses that support the concept that it takes a village.

The Collective Commitments Tribe -Want to Join Us?

 The Collective Commitments tribe lends their guidance and enthusiasm to the work that Collective Commitments is doing to turn the current concepts of aging upside down.

They include extraordinary individuals and entrepreneurs that are advocates for working as a team and building kindness into everything they touch. They are "givers". They believe that they and we can change the world.

 

Local Economy, LLC

Located in Portland, Maine

“We provide accounting and payroll services. Our clients are bakers, artists, pet sitters, acupuncturists, manufacturers, fishermen, consultants, and more. They are brave people in the Portland area who decided to risk their livelihood to pursue a dream. Somewhere along the way they discovered that they needed some assistance in tax preparation, paying their employees, or just keeping track of their business transactions. We're here to help them do just that. Our clients are also our neighbors, our friends, and our livelihood. We never forget that.”

Nik Caner-Medley

Nik is a professional basketball player for Club Estudiantes – a team based in Madrid Spain. Although he currently lives in Spain his heart is in fact in Maine. Nik grew-up in Maine and went to Deering High School. He is also the owner of Cloudport – a great co-working space on India Street in Portland.

Nik is supporting Collective Commitments because he strongly advocates for people using their resources and talents to help others. He also views Collective Commitments as a “family member' of Cloudport. In addition, helping women to utilize their talents to be leaders in their own communities is a movement that he is proud to support.

 

Betsy Sweet
Betsy is running for Governor of Maine in 2018! Yay. Woo Hoo .www.sweetforgovernor.com

Betsy is the only viable Democrat running as a Clean Elections candidate—one of the first laws in the nation that she helped create. This means she doesn’t take any money from corporations or PACs and can receive a maximum of $100 from any individual. No big money whatsoever.

For decades, Betsy has worked to improve the lives of women, people with disabilities, survivors of abuse, victims of discrimination, and people of all races and religions. She has also fiercely fought for environmental protection for Maine. 

 

Stephen Schuit
Steve recently returned to Maine after a 5-year stint teaching in South Korea. Steve’s background includes human resource management, international business consulting and global education. He has served on a number of non-profit boards and believes that diversity makes our communities stronger.

Brian Harris, one of the company’s co-founders, reports that roughly 30 percent of people who suffer a stroke still aren’t better by the time their insurance benefits run out. That’s where technology comes in. MedRhythms utilizes a digital platform to deliver the power of neurologic music therapy at a lower cost and without the need of an actual therapist.

Launched in 2014 by two extraordinary guys, the company has offices in Portland Maine and Boston. We welcome their thinking and kind hearts to help us deliver on our mission. 

Millions of people suffer serious movement afflictions each year brought on by health issues or accidents. MedRhythms exists to bring them back by helping patients access the highest quality of care at the intersection of music, technology, and neuroscience.