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The Scoop| News from Our Members

There's change happening all around our network, and we aim to keep you in the know through our ongoing e-news column, "The Scoop." Share your updates for March by emailing bridge@ynpntwincities.org.

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

Sara Benzkofer began a new position as Director of Policy and Communications with the MN Association for the Education of Young Children and MN School Age Care Alliance.

Megan Gamble joined Minnesotans United For All Families as a Finance Assistant.

Nathan Magel has embarked on a year's adventure in clarifying personal and professional purpose and values, and articulating commitment, through his participation in the James P. Shannon Leadership Institute.

Chris Oien, Jamie Millard, Cary Walski, Ada Okolue, Jason Samuels and Robyn Perry are presenting at the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits Technology and Communications Conference on March 16.

Emily Franklin was promoted to Associate Director of Development and Communications at Environmental Initiative.

Matt Beachey began a new job as Blog Manager at Finnegans (the beer brewers that donate all their profits to their nonprofit community fund).

Trisha Reinwald started a new position with MACC CommonWealth as the Director of Member Services. The CommonWealth is a nonprofit collaborative that provides member organizations shared administrative services like finance and human resources- together they can access experts to manage their administrative areas allowing them to focus resources on their mission.

Tanya Cothran will be presenting next month at the Library Technology Conference in St. Paul. Her panel is titled “Plan, Execute, Evaluate, Repeat: Social Media for Libraries and Non-Profit Organizations.”

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