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Leadership Breakfast with Annastacia Belladonna-Carrera

Leadership Breakfast with Annastacia Belladonna-Carrera

About The Leadership Breakfast Series

Looking to get to the next level in your nonprofit career? At YNPN Twin Cities' Leadership Breakfast series, nonprofit leaders will share with you exactly how they did it, what they learned and what they're looking for in a rising nonprofit leader.

A little bit about Annastacia Belladonna-Carrera, Executive Director of Common Cause Minnesota:

Annastacia Belladonna-Carrera is the Executive Director for Common Cause Minnesota. Common Cause Minnesota serves as an independent voice for change and a watchdog against corruption and abuse of power. It fights to give all Minnesotans an equitable voice in local and state government, through a combination of successfully passed reforms, introduction of legislation and shaping the narrative around reform by engaging the media. Annastacia provides Common Cause MN leadership in identifying and developing equity-based strategic grassroots alliances to achieve collective democracy-based outcomes for Minnesotans.

Annastacia previously worked as Legislative Director for a Minnesota state agency; the Minnesota Council on Latino Affairs (MCLA). MCLA advises and informs the Governor’s Office, Legislative branch and community stakeholders on matters of importance to Latino Minnesotans. She was responsible for developing legislative strategy and mapping out action items for MCLA to infuse the Latino lens and voice into the policy making arena at all levels of government in Minnesota. Prior to joining the Minnesota Council on Latino Affair (MCLA), Annastacia held various leadership roles within local, state and federal government.

She’s worked closely with diverse Minnesota communities, partners and stakeholders in her roles as Assistant to the Director, City of St. Paul Department of Human Rights, Interim Executive Director, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission,
Minneapolis Area Office and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program Manager, Minnesota Department of Transportation Office of Civil Rights to name a few. Some of her equity-focused areas include; participatory democracy and race relations

Leadership Breakfast Registration Lottery

Registration for this event will be open from Tuesday, May 15 - Friday, May 18 We allow as many people to sign up for the event as possible, and from there we choose 25 participants at random, while also holding space for young nonprofit professionals who identify as a person of color. We do this to keep these events intimate while ensuring everyone has a fair chance to attend a Leadership Breakfast event. If you registered for the lottery and identify as a person of color, you can email info@ynpntwincities.org to let us know to place your name in the correct lottery.

Our facilitator will reach out to all participants by Monday, May 21 letting everyone know whether or not they received a spot through the lottery. Lottery winners will be asked to submit a question for our speaker in order to confirm their space. Unconfirmed spaces will be given to members of the wait list.

What you need to know:

  • Our media sponsor, Pollen, will be at the event with a photographer and writer on hand.
  • There will be a YNPN member on site to facilitate and help you get the most out of these discussions.
WHEN
June 08, 2018 at 7am - 8:30am
WHERE
Minnesota Women's Building
550 Rice St
214
St. Paul, MN 55103
United States
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CONTACT
Teresa Hatfield
39 RSVPS
Molly Barrett Morgan Croft-Schornak Danielle Dryke Katrina Becker Teresa Hatfield Emma Strub Mollie Loiselle Gregory Campbell Jack Duffy Rachel Quay Hannah Smith Abrianna Thao Whitney Larson Britta Solberg Salas Melissa Place Scott Labott Nancy Valentine Marisol Rosado-Carrisalez Robin Stramp Jaea Vang Jeremie Bur Monika Hetzler Sandra Boone Jessica Tabbutt Maria Lee Amanda Ziebell Mawanda Ashley Pethan Jessica Neau Abby Slick Amy Hansen Jena Reed Bernice Prigge

Who's RSVPing

Molly Barrett
Morgan Croft-Schornak
Danielle Dryke
Katrina Becker
Teresa Hatfield
Emma Strub
Mollie Loiselle
Gregory Campbell
Jack Duffy
Rachel Quay
Hannah Smith
Abrianna Thao
Whitney Larson
Britta Solberg Salas
Melissa Place
Scott Labott
Nancy Valentine
Marisol Rosado-Carrisalez
Robin Stramp
Jaea Vang
Jeremie Bur
Monika Hetzler
Sandra Boone
Jessica Tabbutt
Maria Lee
Amanda Ziebell Mawanda
Ashley Pethan
Jessica Neau
Abby Slick
Amy Hansen

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