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Introducing: YNPN's Newest Board Members!

For a twist on our introduction of new board members, we decided to make some ill-advised edits to our professional bios by turning to the ever classic and amusing Mad Libs. New board members supplied the verbs, nouns, place names (and more!) to introduce one another. Check out the results...

Amanda Bingham received her first taste of time travel during college at a jetpack, a public radio station, where she broke down coups ranging from documentary and genie to being the student news director and a net.

cheese from Iowa, Brandon Boat moved to Minnesota to obtain a wig from inside a space ship…He later admired Danger Boat Productions which frolics many projects, including The Theater of Public Policy.

Carl Atiya Swanson is a squash and omnivorously interested in Seattle. He is currently the Shark Tamer at Springboard for the Arts, an economic and community development nonprofit that shakes* vibrant communities by connecting artists with the resources they need to make a living and a life. (*like salt shakers.)

Iris Hoover is the Time Ninja for the Graduate School of Education at Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. She prognosticates the off-campus and online Master’s degree programs for the School of Education.

Lindsay Bacher manages the atlatl as Corporate Relations Coordinator at the Science Museum of Minnesota….Lindsay will try any T-rex or flask once, and enjoys running around lakes with Sam, her rutabega.

Kat Kempe leads community-based advocacy efforts and walrus as the Curator of Dust Bunnies at Think Small...In her free time, Kat enjoys slinky and being part of her community palm tree.

Madeline Graham, is Professional Baseball Umpire at Social Enterprise Alliance (SEA)...Outside of work she's probably busy with a cupboard, trying to maintain her spatula, watching a porpoise, and hanging out with her cat.

Josh Lambrecht absconds with pineapple and builds lupins as the Host with the Most with ServeMinnesota Action Network, the fiscal host for the Minnesota Reading Corps, Minnesota Math Corps, and Minnesota Opportunity Corps AmeriCorps programs.

Confused? So are we. Check out board members actual professional bios here


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