We have worked with many organizations, businesses, and individuals over the years. Please let us know if you'd like to contact anyone directly to hear more about our services and approach.

Human Services

Department of Human Services, State of Maine

Home Counselors Inc. Rockland, Maine

Alcoholism Council, State of Maine

Maine Association of Handicapped Persons Team Building

Little Brothers/Little Sister Association, Portland, Maine

Worcester College Consortium, Worcester, Massachusetts

Youth Alternatives, Portland, Maine

Home Counselors Inc. Rockland, Maine

Families United, Machias, Maine



Design Systems, Bethesda, Maryland

McCandless and Hunt Law Office, Portland, Maine

Norton Insurance-Financial Management, South Portland, Maine

Acorn Products, Inc., Lewiston, Maine

The Whip and Spoon, Portland, Maine

Tom’s of Maine, Kennebunk, Maine

The Portland Newspapers, Portland, Maine


Faith Based

Urban Commission, Reformed Church of America

Episcopal, Congregational and Roman Catholic Churches of

Maine, Massachusetts, Connecticut

The Society of the Companions of the Holy Cross (Episcopal Lay Order)

Williston West Church, Portland, Maine

Westbrook Catholic Community, Westbrook, Maine


Arundel School Department

Elementary Schools, South Portland, Maine

Yarmouth School System, Yarmouth Maine,

Scarborough High School, Scarborough, Maine

Yarmouth Academy and Waynflete School

Portland High School, Portland, Maine

The American School of Milan, Italy



Department of State, Washington, DC. Staff Development

U.S. Peace Corps, Washington, DC. Volunteer Training

U.S. Peace Corps, Republic of Philippines

Department of Public Safety, State of Maine Organizational Consulting,

Town of Falmouth, Maine



Falmouth Dental Arts, Falmouth, Maine

Maine Health, Falmouth, Maine

Rheumatology Associates, Portland, Maine

Family Practice Unit of Maine Medical Center

Maine, Maine Cardiology Associates, Portland, Maine

Maine Children’s Cancer Program, South Portland, Maine

“An organization's character is like the grain in a piece of wood.
There is no such thing as good or bad grain, but some kinds of grain can take great pressure, others are lovely and take fine polish. Some are too soft or hard, too light or heavy for a particular purpose, but each has some purpose for which it is well fitted.”
– William Bridges
The Chamber of Organizations