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Pollen Vol 1 - Lars Leafblad - KeyStone Search

Pollen Vol 1 - Lars Leafblad - KeyStone Search

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Pollen volume 1December 4, 2009Lars LeafbladKeyStone SearchDear friends,Happy December! I hope that you and yours had a wonderful Thanksgiving.Thanks for your input regarding the new name of our e-mail exchange.Pollen received the most positive response, so from here on out, hope you enjoy this and future editionsof “Pollen”.Special thanks since last edition to Lee Anderson, Karla Ekdahl, Katie Nadeau, Margarette Minor, MarkMarshall, Matthew Oquist, Sarah Bjelland, Brian Peterson, Regina Barr, Teresa Morrow, Ryan Laber,Rohn Jay Miller, Sean Kershaw, Greg Tehven, Nils Snyder, Stacy Bee, Steve Pederson, Andrew Rosen,Tom Teigen, Tracey Hester, Uri Neren, Aaliyah Shafiq, Al Vredeveld, Albert Maruggi, Angela Garrett, BenMarcy, Carolyn Egeberg, Cathy Paper, Joel Spoonheim, Dan Olson, Dave Walstad, Elizabeth Lake, ErinSapp, Fred Marx, J. Forrest, James Elasky, Jason Mosakowski, and anyone else I'm inadvertentlyforgetting) for your emails and/or referring this to others in your network; thank you!Special welcome to new participants Craig Luedemann, Marshall Lichty, Kevin Hanstad, JeannineBalfour, Jeff Meacham, Megan Powers, Melissa Rubel, Charlotte Preston, Sharon Gifford, JenniferThompson, Julie Cohen, Kari Ruth, and Tom Basquill, (my sincere apologies to anyone I've missed - if Ihave, let me know so I can welcome you next edition).If you ever wish to leave, simply reply "remove" in the subject header and I'll make it so asap.And now a new feature…
 
Questions (will include responses next issue with names attributed unless you indicateotherwise):
1)
 
What is a MN-based non-profit you supporting financially this year and why should others joinyou?2)
 
Who is one person that you’d like to publicly thank for the impact they've had on your life in thepast year and why?3)
 
What is one goal you have for 2010 that you’re willing to share publicly with this community?And now on to this edition's brainfeed:
Boards:
 1)
 
Young Nonprofit Professionals Network – Twin Cities Chapter seeks board members
 
 Apply for consideration here:http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/YVYH3HP 
Jobs
(forwarded by you - not searches being conducted by KeyStone Search):1)
 
Director of Government Affairs, Twin West Chamber of Commerce – http://www.twinwest.com (via Brian McClung)2)
 
20 hour a week paid internship beginning in January w/ Mill City Commons – http://www.millcitycommons.org(via Karla Ekdahl)3)
 
Co-executive director/Director of Development for Students Today, Leaders Forever -http://stlf.net/get-involved/stlf-lifestyle(via Brian Peterson and Greg Tehven)4)
 
Director of Media Relations, United Health Group -http://mnprjobs.blogspot.com/2009/12/united-health-group-director-of-media.html(via Ryan May)
Props
to (please consider sharing good news about a friend/colleague/volunteer for next issue):- Alicia Phillips and Jason Blumenthal on the birth of their daughter Sophia- Christine Swanson on her 2010 MN Super Lawyers Rising Stars recognition (and to all Rising Starsmentioned last edition)- Dan Hoxworth on new role as Executive Director of Transit for Livable Communities- Lars Leafblad promoted to Principal of KeyStone Search:http://www.keystonesearch.com/news.php - Pam Wheelock appointed board chair for new Minnesota Wild Foundation:http://wild.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=508382 - Nils Snyder, Greg Moltumyr and Mike Doyle with NAI Welsh on their partnership with Hines to lease 100and 110 Washington Square Office Towers- Robert Freeman elected to the Bloomington Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors- Randy Ross on his new role as SVP – Human Resources with American Medical Systems (belated)- Joel Wessman on his role as Political Officer with the Canadian Consulate (belated)- Dean Phillips on role as chair of the Allina Hospitals and Clinics board of directors- Laura Bloomberg named new executive director of the Center for Integrative Leadership at theUniversity of Minnesota- Philip Hotchkiss for conducting pro-bono consulting with CaringBridge.org- Joe Nathan and Center for School Change on their new home at Macalester College after moving fromHumphrey Institute of Public Affairs
 
- Joan Grathwol Olson joins Minneapolis College of Art and Design as new VP, Institutional Advancement(disclosure: placed in this role by KeyStone Search)http://www.mcad.edu/content/downloads/3434.pdf - Roger Sit of MN-based Sit Investment Associates quoted in current issue of
Fortune 
magazinehttp://money.cnn.com/2009/11/06/pf/dividends.fortune/index.htm
 
Ideas:
 
-
In season of giving thanks, take some time to check out these innovative organizations creating newways to give back:BeExtra:http://www.beextra.org
 
Kinded:http://www.kinded.com AllforGood:http://www.allforgood.org DonorsChoose:http://www.donorschoose.org More from Time magazine:http://www.time.com/time/nation/article/0,8599,1921428,00.html
 
- An ultimate “40 under 40” business leaders list from
Fortune 
http://money.cnn.com/magazines/fortune/40under40/2009/  - MIT’s Technology Review lists “35 minds under 35” to be watching:http://www.technologyreview.com/TR35/  - The Atlantic lists it’s “Brave Thinkers”:http://www.theatlantic.com/doc/200911/brave-thinkers 
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Engaging
:
1) The LEAD Project’s December 5
th
gala will support Children’s Dental Services (via Matt Hemsleyand myself)
 
http://www.theleadproject.org/ 
 
2) Students Today, Leaders Forever hosting open house celebration December 8thhttp://www.stlf.net/get-connected/blog/small-staff-holiday-party
 
3) TORCH Social Responsibility Challenge on December 9
th
– sponsored by Best Buy, Target, MNTimberwolves and Social Venture Partners – MN (via Alex Lopes, Stephanie Payne, and myself)http://bit.ly/TorchMN 4) “The Year in Politics” breakfast panel with Jeff Blodgett, Tom Horner, and Larry Jacobs at theMinneapolis Club on December 10
th
(via Ron Lattin)More info viaronlattin@gmail.com 

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