The Catalyst Club is our critical mass of friends, family, students, professionals, and organizations helping us take strides towards our vision. It’s a rewarding and structured way to engage with Move Together and play an active role in increasing access to quality rehabilitation medicine around the corner and around the world.

Come play

The Catalyst Club allows you to explore your inner servant leader while furthering the Move Together mission and impacting communities near and far. Each person advances the mission by contributing to the program’s 3 pillars: financial sustainability, service participation, and operational support. All Catalyst Club activities are collaborative and grassroots in nature and work to develop a critical mass of leaders to move the organization and rehabilitation professions forward. With your support, we will catalyze sustainable and responsible change in communities around the world.

Help us change the world

Catalyst Club opportunities are currently filled, but you can be amongst the first to hear about new opportunities to join our critical mass and possibilities to engage with our other initiatives by sharing your interest here.

If you have any questions regarding the Catalyst Club, please email us at catalystclub@movetogether.org or for general Move Together questions email info@movetogether.org. We are inspired by your passion for service towards our mission and look forward to collaborating.


"Move Together sets the standard for changing the world. If you are looking to get involved, there is no better organization to be a part of. You will change the life of others and develop lifelong friends in the process."
- Anonymous Family Member


Director: Ron Peacock, Jr., PT, DPT

Ron Peacock, Jr. serves as the director of Move Together’s Catalyst Club. Ron currently is completing his orthopedic residency at A.T. Still University and works at One Accord Physical Therapy in Phoenix, AZ. He is native of Michigan and earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy in May 2018 from Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania. Shortly after graduation, Ron’s passion for service led him to Guatemala to serve with Move Together and assist in the development of a new physical therapy clinic in San Pedro Sacatepéquez. In his spare time, Ron enjoys hiking, college hoops, photography, and graphic design.

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