May 24, 2019 - PRESS RELEASE Governor Janet Mills announced today that she has nominated six people to serve on the Maine Indian Tribal-State Commission. The Governor nominated John Cashwell, Robert Checkoway, James Cote, Kevin Hancock, former Senator Michael Pearson and former Senator Richard Rosen to serve on the Commission, an inter-governmental entity charged in … Continue reading Governor Mills Nominates Individuals for Maine Indian Tribal-State Commission
DO MORE GOOD by Kevin Hancock “There is no power for change greater than a community discovering what it cares about.”- Margaret J. Wheatley May 18, 2019: This past Friday I spoke in Lincoln, Nebraska at the DO MORE GOOD conference. Don’t you love that title, DO MORE GOOD?! Do More Good conference stage at the … Continue reading Kevin Hancock Addresses the ‘Elephant in the Room’ at the DO MORE GOOD Conference
The Wall Street Journal recently published this article titled, Fast-Tracked Aircraft Certification, Pushed by Boeing, Comes Under the Spotlight My next book is about, in part, OVERREACHING, and how leaders often go too far and take too much… One of the common paths of overreaching, I have concluded, is GOING TOO FAST…and cutting corners in … Continue reading The Consequences of Overreaching
Click on the link below! https://www.hancocklumber.com/blog/2019/03/15/pinkyclifford/ On March 28th in Washington D.C., my dear friend and NOT FOR SALE book star, Pinky Clifford, is receiving a distinguished award from the National Low Income Housing Coalition for her decades of work to bring home ownership opportunities to the people of the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. I … Continue reading Pinky Clifford Receives National Award!
Today is a day to celebrate all the good we have done as parents…and to forgive any transgressions…and to contemplate fresh starts when necessary. One great thing about life is no matter who you are or where you are there are always past events to be thankful for AND future chances to create something fresh … Continue reading Celebrating today…
The University of Maine at Augusta and the Office of the Dean of Students have invited Kevin Hancock to speak about his experiences on the Pine Ridge Reservation as part of their recognition of Native American Heritage Month at the Augusta campus. This event is open to the public, and will be held from 12pm … Continue reading Kevin Hancock to speak at UMA
9/26/17 - This past Tuesday, Kevin Hancock was invited to speak at the University of Southern Maine in Portland as part of the SAGE lecture series. SAGE provides academic lecture and discussion programs chosen by its members, in topic areas such as history, culture, the arts, geography, anthropology, and science. Using University and community resources, the … Continue reading 2017 SAGE Lecture Series
Hello! The third printed edition of NOT FOR SALE - Finding Center in the Land of Crazy Horse arrived from the publishing company today! The book first launched in the fall of 2015 and we now have 6,000 copies sold or in distribution. To celebrate, now through September 30th, we are having a big sale! For every … Continue reading Third Printed Edition of NOT FOR SALE – Finding Center in the Land of Crazy Horse launches!
Hello! I did a live Facebook podcast with the Maine Restaurant and Innkeepers Associations today! On October 24th I am speaking at their 1st annual Maine Hospitality Summit (www.mainehospitalitysummit.com). Here is a link to the podcast...: https://www.facebook.com/MaineInnkeepers/videos/10154577491767282/ At their conference we are going to be talking about leadership strategies for pushing power out from the corporate … Continue reading Maine InnKeepers Podcast Link
I was blessed to be the key note speaker this weekend at the annual National Spasmodic Dysphonia Conference held, ironically this year, in the Music City of Nashville, TN. People with broken voices from all over the world came to the city of beautiful voices to learn, connect and share their stories. It was such … Continue reading Searching for Voices in the City of Music