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Allyson Cavaretta has had a long-standing interest in public service. In 2003, she returned to Maine to work alongside her family in hospitality. As an active community member, she has worked to foster independent and small business, support local job growth in York County and foster public/private partnerships around environmental and conservation efforts.  She is also a tireless advocate for the arts in Maine, having served in development for the Ogunquit Museum of American Art.  A champion for Maine’s small businesses, Allyson Cavaretta is proud of to be part of the third generation in business in Maine.

There are people you meet in the community, and the business world, that inspire you instantly. Allyson Cavaretta is one of those people. A woman of vision and action, Allyson has raised the bar of environmental leadership for both her business and the community- instituting multiple programs/initiatives to reduce impact and increase awareness. A competent leader in the community for social change and justice, Allyson has effectively lobbied, rallied and educated fellow businesses and citizens to be active in solutions. She is highly respected both personally and professionally for her philanthropic perseverance and activism- maintaining genuine humility in all business and humanitarian endeavors. Whether wearing the hat of marketing dynamo, environmental activist, small business advocate or community organizer, Allyson Cavaretta is nothing short of a rock-star! It is both a pleasure and an honor to write on her behalf.

 

-Jennifer Lewis, Clay Hill Farm, Cape Neddick, ME

Vision and Action

Allyson Cavaretta is one of a kind. In the eight years I’ve known her, she has always impressed me with her drive, work ethic, and ability to make things happen. She has proven herself an accomplished business leader and employer. She has contributed countless hours working to better the community.

Allyson has a talent for comprehending complex issues and working collaboratively to find reasonable solutions to challenging problems.  As a legislator, Allyson would be a voice of reason and vision. I have no doubt that she would work tirelessly, serving the best interests of York District 3.

 

– Jill Hugger
Owner
Cod Cove Inn, Edgecomb, Maine

Voice of Reason & Vision