Nickie Sekera is the assistant director of SOLO, the founding school of wilderness medicine in the United States. She came to that position after working […]
Darren J. Ranco, citizen/member of the Penobscot Nation, is an Associate Professor of Anthropology and Chair of Native American Programs at the University of Maine. […]
Sara Juli has created and performed innovative performance work since 2000. She has been fortunate to tour around the country performing her work in venues such […]
Dr. Atyia Martin is a Certified Emergency Manager with a diverse set of experiences in public health, emergency management, intelligence, and homeland security. Mayor Martin […]
Samantha Appleton is a photographer concentrating on historical trends. Her work strives to show that quiet, subtle moments make up the complicated components of large […]
Israa Enan from the hot city, south of Iraq, called Basra. She is 20 years old and attends the University of Southern Maine; studying human […]
Kafari is a pianist, beatmaker, and bluegrass percussionist, specializing in the rhythm bones – an ancient instrument played by holding two in one hand, flicking […]
Najma Jama Abdullahi is a Black Somali Muslim woman who is devoted to bringing equity to those disenfranchised.
In 2017, John took a team to Amman, Jordan to see if machine learning and data science could be used to help formulate a solution to the largest refugee crisis since the end of World War II. What they learned resulted in the creation of a new team dedicated to using emerging technology for the common good.
Peter is the Associate Director of the Brown University Humanity Centered Robotics Initiative.
Peter Cooke is responsible for developing and managing Manomet’s Grocery Stewardship Coalition, the leading sustainability platform for the grocery sector.
Lindsay Baldwin is an insect enthusiast living in Portland, Maine.
Lawrence Lessig is the Roy L. Furman Professor of Law and Leadership at Harvard Law School.
Award-winning thought leader and innovative practitioner, Florence Reed, believes that when people work together, things can change for the better.
David Thete (pronounced DAV•EED THEET) – 19 year old artist, activist, and youth advocate; David imagined a world where young people would be free to create any and everything their minds would allow.
Chanel founded and directs A Seat at the Table, co-owns a millennial-run career consulting biz, works as a Program Coordinator at a non-profit, and is the Vice-Curator for the Portland Global Shapers Hub.