Maine Interfaith Power and Light is a volunteer led non-profit organization which partners with faith groups of all religions to counter climate change and work for a sustainable future. Laurie Osher is the board president.
The Maine Philanthropy Center is an association of grant makers in Maine. The association offers a resource titled “Philanthropy in a Changing Environment” and recently held an event with breakout sessions outlining how nonprofits could work together and on how they can benefit from merging.
Pat James is the press officer of the Salvation Army’s Northern New England Division, which covers Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont.
Green Acre Bahá’í School, Retreat and Conference Center in Eliot, Maine, was a site for the development of the Bahá’í Faith in America in the early 20th century.
The Chaplaincy Institute of Maine (ChIME) trains chaplaincy candidates and others in several nontraditional prayer techniques, including body prayer. It is located in Portland, Maine. Email through the website.
Eric R. Wollman is professor and chairman of physics at Bates College in Lewiston, Maine. His research focuses on conditions in the early universe.
David Cummiskey is a philosophy professor at Bates College in Lewiston, Maine. He specializes in medical ethics, including the right to die.
Jennifer Finney Boylan, formerly James Boylan, is a fiction and nonfiction author and an English professor at Colby College in Waterville, Maine. She wrote the best-selling memoir She’s Not There.