Did you know that we've recorded nearly all of our programs?
We are working to make the recordings available to listen to and share with others.
Below are our most recent Collective Voices programs as well as one from 2018.
While the nation is under stay-at-home orders during the coronavirus pandemic, the incidence of domestic violence and sexual assault is only heightened due to stress and isolation.
Join us for a conversation with advocates from New Hope for Women and Sexual Assault Support Services of Midcoast Maine (SASSMM) to learn, not only how their organizations engage in protection, prevention and empowerment, but our role as community members.
Featuring Elise Martin & Kelly O'Connor with Pam Maus.
May 19, 2020 via zoom
In Maine, we've been living with the social, economic and health effects of the coronavirus since mid March. It's easy to complain and feel bitter about the state of things but, those who have met the challenge head on and discovered new ways to stay viable, stand to come out of this with a stronger understanding of who they are and how they can make a difference.
We will talk to three women who own, run or are integral to businesses and organizations who's contributions help make Midcoast Maine the place we choose to call home.
Featuring Amy Hand, Jessie Davis & Jenn Rockwell with Sarah Austin.
May 4, 2020 via zoom
Midcoast Maine is the home of many organizations serving the community. Our "Look for the Helpers" online events spotlight women whose nonprofits are carrying on crucial work in the challenging moment.
This time we're speaking with Sharon Hobson of One Less Worry and Diann Henderson of AIO Food Pantry . Learn about their missions, how they are adapting during the pandemic and how we can support their efforts right now.
Featuring Sharon Hobson & Diann Henderson with Sarah Austin.
April 23, 2020 via zoom
It's completely normal to feel more anxious these days, but understanding that might not make coping any easier.
Join us for a conversation with Susanna Liller, whose professional work supports women to be proactive in shaping their lives. Using her book, "Circle Power," Susanna will show us how to turn an everyday circle into a powerful strategy for problem solving, from simple to profound, including how to handle the anxiety of and stay centered during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Featuring Susanna Liller with Pam Maus
March 31, 2020 via zoom
We celebrate the legacies of badass Maine women US Senator Margaret Chase Smith, artist Edna St. Vincent Millay and community nursing founder, Eliza Steele through stories told by three women they inspired.
A scholar, an artist and an organization leader each tell how these courageous and visionary women infuse them with the courage to make a difference and, like their predecessors, ensure future generations of Maine herstory.
March 12, 2020 @ Farnsworth Art Museum
Participation in sport means something different to everyone who plays. Regardless the level at which you perform, the physical, social and emotional benefits can be enormous. Every game or training session is an opportunity to face a challenge.
Three generations of women tell stories of meeting the challenge.
February 11, 2020 @ Rockland Public Library
Generation Z, Post Millennials, iGeneration, Net Gen, and Plurals are all names used to describe the generation loosely defined as those born between the mid-1990s to the early 2000s.They represent 25% of the U.S. population. Gen Zers are masters of social media and constantly connected to their peers and their environment. Several local young women, active in their schools and community, will tell us who they are, what motivates them, what they see in their future and if they plan to change the world.