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The Scoop | News from Our Members

YNPN-TC members are all over the place, from MinnPost to the Star Tribune to upcoming conferences and more. Learn what your peers are up to in this month's edition of The Scoop. And email updates for April to bridge@ynpntwincities.org.

Here's what's new with our members this month:

Richard Matson-Daley will be leading a session at the NTEN Conference this year on Wednesday, April 4th from 3:30-5pm.. The session is called Asking Good Questions: Keys to Assessing your Technology Needs and will be a discussion-style session aimed at understanding how technology assessments can fail and how to make sure that they succeed.

Lan Freitag of the Greater Twin Cities United Way was featured in MinnPost's YPN5Q on March 2.

Rinal Ray, staff attorney at the Minnesota Justice Foundation, was featured in MinnPost’s YPN5Q on March 9.

Bridget Ulrich was quoted in a Star Tribune article on The LEAD Project and its five year anniversary celebration.

Ada Okolue has joined The BrandLab as their new Connect Director. In this role she will be working to engage students who have completed the BrandLab program through peer networking and career-building opportunities outside of the classroom.

Andrew Nilsen was promoted to Regional Field Director for Obama for America, the President's re-election campaign.

Jamie Millard, Regan Smith and Megan Murphy of Paper Darts Magazine have teamed up with Pollen in the upcoming launch of bepollen.com on April 1.

Azra Thakur recently signed on board to be a volunteer YNPN-TC blog editor.

Amanda Bingham's guest blog post for NPTalk.co was published on March 9: The Subtle Art of Online Marketing on Twitter.

Austin Wiebe just began a new job as Web Marketing Coordinator at National MS Society, Upper Midwest Chapter.

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