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Eric Ewald, CAE

Eric Ewald, CAE
Vice President of Association Management

P: (651) 290-6266 | E: erice@ewald.com

Eric joined Ewald Consulting in 1994 and is a partner with the firm. He also serves as the General Manager of Ewald Consulting’s Chicago office. He earned his M.B.A. from the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota, where he was a double major in Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management. Eric provides strategic leadership for several Ewald Consulting clients. Eric is Ewald Consulting’s lead facilitator for governance workshops and strategic planning engagements. His experience over 20 years includes governance, strategic planning, budgeting, membership and government relations. Eric is a BoardSource Certified Governance Trainer. He served as Chair of the Midwest Society of Association Executives (MSAE) board in 2011-2012 and is an active member of the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE). He earned his Certified Association Executive (CAE) designation in 1999.

What you don't know about Eric...

Q. What is the last book you read that you would recommend?
A. The Will to Govern Well: Knowledge, Trust, and Nimbleness, by Glenn Tecker and Paul Meyer.

Q. What is the best professional advice you ever received?
A. Share good news fast — and bad news faster.

Q. What do you like to do when you are not working?
A. Spending time with family, playing guitar and ski racing.

Q. What is something most people don’t know about you?
A. I lived for a year in Hungary.


Darrin Hubbard, CAE

Darrin Hubbard, CAE
Director of Association Management

P: (651) 290-7463 | E: darrinh@ewald.com

Darrin joined Ewald Consulting in 2005. He has a B.A. in Business Administration from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota, with a concentration in Leadership and Management. During his time with Ewald Consulting, Darrin has played a key role in the management of several associations. He is experienced in project management, membership analysis, social media applications and developing creative marketing solutions. Darrin earned his Certified Association Executive (CAE) designation in 2010.

What you don't know about Darrin...

Q. What do you love about association management?
A. I enjoy the variety and working with volunteers. On any given day, I could have a hand in any number of projects with clients representing several industries.

Q. What is your favorite city?
A. San Francisco, California, and the surrounding wine country is a favorite place to visit.

Q. What is the best professional advice you ever received?
A. Don’t ever be late.

Q. What do you like to do when you are not working?
A. As a new parent, our new arrival keeps much of my attention. I used to enjoy bird hunting with the dog, playing baseball and broomball, house projects, Gopher Football, relaxing at a lake in the summer.


Kim Bailey

Kim Bailey
Account Executive

P: (651) 379-7294 | E: kimb@ewald.com

Kim Bailey comes to Ewald Consulting with almost 20 years of development experience specializing in relationship management, fundraising and development. She has worked with numerous non-profit as well as for-profit organizations and earned her degree in Organizational Management from Concordia in St. Paul.

What you don't know about Kim...

Q. What is your favorite city?
A. Clear Lake, Iowa. My husband and I love to travel all over the world but nothing beats the town we grew up in.

Q. What is the best professional advice you ever received?
A. If you satisfy the needs of your internal and external guests success will follow.

Q. What is something most people don’t know about you?
A. I love to bake but usually don’t eat any of the finished product.

Q. What is your favorite restaurant or food?
A. Prime rib.


Ralph Gervasi

Ralph Gervasi
Account Executive

P: (847) 447-1702 | E: ralphg@ewald.com

Ralph Gervasi, CAE comes to Ewald with more than 25 years of association experience. He has extensive experience providing consulting and management services to a number of European I.T. non-profit associations with a concentration in organization, strategic development, product development, serving member needs, and sound financial management. In the prior 15 years before Ewald, Ralph served COMMON Users Group which is the world’s largest user group for IBM-technologies. He spent the last 10 years of his tenure at COMMON as their Executive Director/CEO.

Ralph began his association career with the American Dental Hygienists Association in 1988. Throughout his association career, Ralph has held positions as executive director of the International Kitchen Exhaust Association and the Casual Furniture Retailers Association. He has also held director-level positions with the National Association of Fire Equipment Distributors, Chicago Women in Publishing, National Association of Ticket Brokers as well as other associations and positions while working with Raybourn Group International - an association management company.

Ralph Gervasi maintains a Certified Association Executive (CAE) credential, holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology from DeVry University, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from Dominican University. He is a long-time member of the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) and the Association Forum of Chicago.

What you don't know about Ralph...

Q. What is your favorite city?
A. San Diego or Rome

Q. What is your favorite restaurant or food?
A. Although I prefer Italian food, when going to restaurants I prefer other ethnic cuisine and it doesn’t have to be fancy food. I like all types from Polish, German, Greek, Italian, Thai to Middle-eastern and Indian. I don’t enjoy the typical American cuisine of hot dogs, burgers or bologna.

Q. What is something most people don’t know about you?
A. I’m clearly a dog person and I’m just shy of hating cats but they don’t like me either! I’m also a 70’s muscle car enthusiast!

Q. What do you like to do when you are not working?
A. Enjoy spending time with my two children whether its helping with homework, doing a school project, playing sports, video games, just watching TV or watching my kids in their sporting activities.


Lee Helgen

Lee Helgen
Account Executive

P: (651) 203-7254 | E: leeh@ewald.com

Lee has extensive experience with association and nonprofit management, public policy development, and community engagement. Previously, he worked for two statewide associations and served on multiple nonprofit and governmental boards and commissions. Having served as Saint Paul City Council for eight years, Lee brings a valuable perspective on mobilizing community support. Given his broad-base of experience, he is well-positioned to help organizations see the big picture and develop action plans for accomplishing their goals.   


What you don't know about Lee...

Q. What do you love about your job?
A. I love helping membership-based organizations identify common priorities, leverage their collective strength to influence public policy, and improve their profession by sharing best-practices.

Q. What is your favorite city?
A. My favorite city is Saint Paul, MN (of course, it should be noted that I served on the Saint Paul City Council, which means I am somewhat obligated to highlight the virtues of Minnesota’s Capital City).

Q. What is the best professional advice you ever received?
A. Be nice to the interns, you never know when you might end up working for them.

Q. What do you like to do when you are not working?
A. I like to escape the city and head up North to the lake.


Gigi Jaber

Gigi Jaber
Account Executive

P: (847) 447-1707 | E: gigij@ewald.com

Gigi joined Ewald Consulting in 2014. She graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Secondary Education and has extensive experience as an executive assistant to senior level executives working on various projects. Gigi has previously worked with non-profit organizations and loves being able to contribute her strengths and skills to helping such organizations grow their business. She had the opportunity to live abroad in the West Bank and calls it a wonderful experience. Gigi is fluent in Arabic and Hebrew. She does a great deal of volunteer work with organizations that focus on bringing peace to the Middle East and absolutely loves devoting her spare time to that.

What you don't know about Gigi...

Q. What is the best professional advice you ever received?
A. A great mentor of mine at one of my first positions out of college told me to never put limitations on myself and not to allow others to place limits on me. Stay flexible and do not get used to staying in one place, because things always change. Always be open and ready for a new opportunity, and go out and find that opportunity.

Q. What is your favorite restaurant?
A. I absolutely LOVE Wildfire!

Q. What do you like to do when you aren't working?
A. I love trying new up-and-coming restaurants, new fashion ideas and dabbling with my artistic side in doing makeup and hair.

Q. What is something most people don’t know about you?
A. Most people do not know that I can throw one mean curveball. :-)


Laurie Krueger, CAE

Laurie Krueger, CAE
Account Executive

P: (651) 265-7846 | E: lauriek@ewald.com

Laurie joined Ewald Consulting in 2004 and has more than 15 years of experience in association management. Laurie has a broad range of knowledge in associations, including board governance; volunteer development; membership recruitment and retention; and meeting and special event planning. Prior to joining Ewald Consulting, she served as Member Services Director for a large state trade association. She is a graduate of the University of Colorado, Boulder. Laurie earned the Certified Association Executive (CAE) designation in 2008.

What you don't know about Laurie...

Q. What is the last book you read that you would recommend?
A. The Art of Racing in the Rain. by Garth Stein

Q. What is your favorite city?
A. Little town of Plakius in the south of Crete on the Aegian Sea.

Q. What is the best professional advice you ever received?
A. Everyone deserves to be treated with dignity and respect.

Q. What is something most people don’t know about you?
A. I worked for the Bureau of Land Management, fighting forest fires in western Colorado for two years during and after college.


Mike Levin, CAE

Mike Levin, CAE
Account Executive

P: (651) 290-7479 | E: mikel@ewald.com

Mike has served in executive positions in association management for more than 25 years, and has represented companies ranging in size from multi-national to start-up.

Mike is currently the Executive Director of the International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI). Mike works with the Board of Directors to meet the mission and goals of the association and leads and manages the association staff and resources.

What you don't know about Mike...

Q. What do you love about your job?
A. As an association executive, I love that I can apply my craft and skills to almost any industry. That is very unique because most people stay in the same industry for their entire career. I have been fortunate to have the opportunity to work in a wide variety of industries over my career including technology, coffee, dressings and sauces, horseradish, solar energy, exhibit designers and producers, medical, and now concrete repair.

Q. What is your favorite city?
A. I struggle with questions that ask for my favorite of anything as I usually have many favorites and can’t pick just one. When it comes to cities, I was born in Chicago and consider it my hometown, the Cubs my favorite team, and the best city in the US. I love visiting and still have relatives there. But I have lived in Atlanta more than any other city and Atlanta ranks right up there although not quite as high as Chicago. I have also lived in Miami, Tallahassee, Fl., Portage, MI, and northern Virginia and found things to like about all of those cities.

Q. What is the best professional advice you ever received?
A. It’s all about the members!

Q. What is something most people don’t know about you?
A. I collect ice cream memorabilia. (Similar to people who collect Coca-Cola memorabilia). You would be amazed at all the items that are related to ice cream.


Bryan Mowry

Bryan Mowry
Account Executive

P: (651) 366-6099 | E: bryanm@ewald.com

Bryan joined Ewald in 2016 and brings 10 years of experience in association management. Prior to joining Ewald Consulting, he served as Executive Director for a large state trade association. Bryan is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

What you don't know about Bryan...

Q. What is the last book you read that you would recommend?
A. The Martian.

Q. What is your favorite city?
A. Denver, CO.

Q. What do you like to do when you are not working?
A. I enjoy competing in triathlons

Q. What is your favorite restaurant or food?
A. My favorite restaurant it the Tornado Room in Madison, WI.


Katie Wilkerson

Katie Wilkerson
Account Executive

E: katiew@ewald.com

Katie joined Ewald Consulting in February 2014 as a media and public relations assistant. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Superior with a degree in communications emphasizing mass media. Previously Katie was a member of the school newspaper staff at UWS, and also worked for a professional public relations firm in London, England during the summer of 2013.

What you don't know about Katie...

Q. What do you like to do when you’re not working?
A. When I am not working (and when the weather allows it), I love to be outside hiking or at a lake.

Q. What is your favorite restaurant or food?
A. My absolute favorite food is sushi, I could literally eat it every day.

Q. What is your favorite city?
A. London by far. It is such a beautiful city that offers up a little bit of everything.


Dale Regnier, CAE

Dale Regnier, CAE
Chapter Relations Director

P: (847) 447-1701 | E: daler@ewald.com

Dale has more than 15 years of association management experience and joined Ewald Consulting in 2016. Previously, Dale worked for the International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI) in a variety of capacities for a little more than 10 years including membership development, communications, marketing, advertising sales and chapter relations. From 2000 to 2005, Dale worked for the Mechanical Contractors Association of Chicago (MCA) as Marketing & Communications Manager. Dale has a B.A. in communications/journalism from Loyola University of Chicago and earned the Certified Association Executive (CAE) designation in 2013.

What you don't know about Dale...

Q. What do you love about your job?
A. I enjoy working with people. They are all different and make even the most mundane tasks interesting.

Q. What is your favorite city?
A. Paris. Went there as a present to myself for the big 5-0. Went back the following year, and would go back every year if I could.

Q. What do you like to do when you are not working?
A. Travel. I love going new places and I love exploring.

Q. What is something most people don’t know about you?
A. I grew up extremely shy. What most people would call a “wallflower.” Now when people meet me they find it hard to believe I could be quiet.


Jason Acord

Jason Acord
Director of Membership

P: (651) 366-6088 | E: jasona@ewald.com

Jason joined Ewald Consulting in January 2016. He has more than ten years of non‐profit experience in membership recruitment and retention, communication, marketing, vender relations, team management, strategic planning and campaign design. Prior to working at Ewald, Jason worked for Minnesota Home Care Association, the Wisconsin Association for Justice and the Wisconsin Chiropractic Association.

What you don't know about Jason...

Q: What is the best professional advice you ever received?
A: Always be prepared and expect the unexpected.

Q: What do you like to do when you are not working?
A: My two boys occupy the majority of my time outside of work. However, every so often, I can carve out a little time to enjoy a training run or bike ride.

Q: What is something most people don’t know about you?
A: I’ve completed in seven marathons and eleven half marathons since 2006.

Q:What is your favorite restaurant or food?
A: Sushi and Dr. Pepper


Arzu Alimohd

Arzu Alimohd
Membership Specialist

P: (651) 290-7483 | E: arzua@ewald.com

Arzu joined Ewald Consulting in 2016. She is currently pursuing her B.A. in Global Studies and Political Science at the University of Minnesota and will be graduating May 2016. She has been very involved in Delta Gamma Fraternity serving as Vice President Finance and Director of Funds. She also spent a summer in London, UK working for Civil Service College, a company that is devoted to training and development for the public sector and civil servants.

What you don't know about Arzu...

Q. What is your favorite city?
A. London, United Kingdom is the most diverse city I have ever traveled to and lived in. Just sitting on the tube (the subway) you can hear a vast amount of languages being spoken. It also has so much to explore that even those who have lived there for years say they still find more to love about London.

Q. What do you like to do when you’re not working?
A. I love to be outdoors, exploring the land of 10,000 lakes. I love to rollerblade and have started running recently. I also love to read and cook.

Q. What is something most people don’t know about you?
A. My parents spelled my name wrong on the birth certificate. My name is supposed to be Arzu, but the “u” looked like an “o”, so I was named “Arzo”. You win some, you lose some!

Q: What is the last book you read that you would recommend?
A: If you are looking for a light-hearted book that will make you laugh, I would recommend Why not me? By Mindy Kaling and Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari.


Arzu Alimohd

Whitney Murray
Membership Specialist

P: (651) 379-7293 | E: whitneym@ewald.com

Whitney graduated from UW-Eau Claire with a degree in Kinesiology. She was an elementary physical education teacher for four years, and spent the last two years working for an ATM company.

What you don't know about Whitney...

Q. What is the best professional advice you ever received?
A. Seek knowledge always.

Q. What do you like to do when you’re not working?
A. I like to stay active, I play around with different instruments (the ukulele is my most recent endeavor), I love live music and I’m an amateur woodcarver.

Q. What is something most people don’t know about you?
A. I went cage-less snorkeling in Hawaii with 8 ft. Galapagos sharks. Aside from the fear and nausea, it was quite serene.

Q: What is your favorite restaurant or food?
A: I am a sandwich enthusiast. The best sandwich can be found at Devil’s Advocate in Minneapolis. It’s called the Holy Grail.


Siri Manning

Siri Manning
Assistant Account Executive

P: (651) 290-7484 | E: sirim@ewald.com

Siri joined Ewald Consulting in 2016. She holds a B.A. in Political Science from Concordia College in Moorhead, MN and as a student worked on energy policy in Washington, D.C. Prior to joining Ewald Consulting, Siri served as a Mediator for the State of Minnesota on a variety of consumer issues.

What you don't know about Siri...

Q. What is the best professional advice you ever received?
A. Work hard and be honest.

Q. What do you like to do when you aren't working?
A. I love trail running, hiking, planning camping trips, snowshoeing, and generally anything you can do outside. If I’m not doing that, you will probably find me on the couch with my nose in a book.

Q. What is something most people don’t know about you?
A. I own every aired episode of Monty Python’s Flying Circus on VHS

Q. What is the last book you read that you would recommend?
A. Hollowing Out the Middle: The Rural Brain Drain and What it Means for America by Patrick Carr and Maria Kefalas. It categorizes the types of people that grow up in the rural Midwest in an effort to understand why small towns are shrinking.


Michele Wolfel

Michele Wolfel
Account Executive Assistant

P: (651) 265-7848 | E: michelew@ewald.com

Michele Wolfel joined our staff in 2005. She has more than 10 years of association related experience. Prior to this, she had her own communications company specializing in desktop publishing services.

What you don't know about Michele...

Q. What do you love about association management?
A. The variety, the people, and the sense of responsibility and accomplishment.

Q. What is your favorite city?
A. Charlottetown, PEI, Canada.

Q. What do you like to do when you are not working?
A. Gardening, biking, tennis, sudoku, karaoke, volunteer work, games.

Q. What is something most people don’t know about you?
A. I’m a certified scuba diver.


Cherin Jaradat

Cherin Jaradat
Administrative Assistant

P: (847) 447-1712 | E: cherinj@ewald.com

Cherin joined Ewald Consulting in 2016. She is an office professional who has more than ten years of experience and previously worked in higher education. She has a B.A. from the University of Illinois at Chicago and an M.S. from DePaul University.

What you don't know about Cherin...

Q. What is the best professional advice you've ever received?
A. Never stop working towards your goals.

Q. What is your favorite city?
A. My favorite city is my hometown Chicago, IL

Q. What do you like to do when you are not working?
A. I enjoy traveling, volunteering, cooking and reading a good book.


In-House Executive Directors


Brent Christensen

Brent Christensen
President/CEO, Minnesota Telecom Alliance (MTA)

P: (651) 288-3723 | E: bchristensen@mnta.org

Brent began working with the Minnesota Telecom Alliance (MTA) in volunteer capacities, including chairing the Legislative Committee, Board of Directors and Executive Committee. In 2010, Brent joined the staff of the MTA as President/CEO. He is dedicated to advocating for the telecommunications industry and rural Minnesota, doing so through legislative, media, and community involvement. Educating the membership and the public about key issues is a top priority. In addition to his work with MTA, Brent serves on the Madelia (Minnesota) Public School Board.

What you don't know about Brent...

Q. What is the best professional advice you ever received?
A. People who deal from a position of strength draw other people up; conversely, people who deal from a position of weakness pull other people down… you can’t lead in the right direction if you don’t draw other people up.

Q. What do you like to do when you are not working?
A. Pretty much anything involving water, sand, and boats!

Q. What is your favorite restaurant or food?
A. Popeye’s fried chicken and/or Texas BBQ.

Q. What is something most people don’t know about you?
A. I took my driver’s test in a 1974 Gremlin.


Carey Goryl

Carey Goryl, MSW, CAE
Executive Director, Association of Staff Physician Recruiters (ASPR)

P: (651) 265-7851 | E: cgoryl@aspr.org

Carey works closely with the Board of Directors in the development and implementation of the strategic plan for continued growth and mission alignment. She also oversees day to day operations. Carey shares many duties with the Board President to maintain a standard of excellent governance, act as the spokesperson for ASPR, and further develop relationships with corporate contributors.

What you don't know about Carey...

Q. What is the best professional advice you ever received?
A. Don't take anything personally, the negative or the positive. Nothing other people do or say is because of you. It is because of themselves.

Q. What do you like to do when you are not working?
A. Hike or watch movies

Q. What is the last book you read that you would recommend?
A. Rising Strong by Brene Brown

Q. What is something most people don’t know about you?
A. Photography was my first career choice.


Stephanie Menning

Stephanie Menning
Executive Director, Minnesota Utility Contractors Association (MUCA)

P: (651) 288-3422 | E: stephaniem@muca.org

Stephanie serves the members of MUCA by ensuring the association’s strategic direction, finances and operations adhere to its mission of promoting the industry through safety and, educational programs, scholarships, and advancing legislative priorities. Prior to MUCA, Stephanie was with the Midwest ENERGY Association for 17 years in a variety of positions; the last as Vice President, Gas Services since 2006. She is the pioneer/founder (2007) of Energetic Women, a national organization for women in natural gas and electric utilities, whose mission is to increase the pool of promotable women in energy operations and engineering. She is passionate about the utility industry and about serving women in non-traditional roles in male-dominated industries. Stephanie is recognized as an expert resource on leadership. Stephanie served on the Board of Directors for the Midwest Society of Association Executives (2008-11), as the St. Paul Ladies of Harley Director (2005-06) and is currently the National Night Out Block Leader in the Northrup Neighborhood in South Minneapolis.

What you don't know about Stephanie...

Q. What is the best professional advice you ever received?
A. "Expect the Best, Be Prepared for the Worst and Celebrate it All!” - Larry Winget, part of his Eighteen Guiding Principles for Success, Happiness and Prosperity.

Q. What is the last book you read that you would recommend?
A. It’s not the last book I read, but it’s certainly one of the best - Cy Wakeman’s Reality Based Leadership: Ditch the Drama, Restore Sanity to the Workplace & Turn Excuses Into Results.

Q. What is your favorite city?
A. All that have great music – New Orleans, Memphis, St. Louis

Q. What is something most people don’t know about you?
A. My name is Stephanie because I was born on St. Stephen’s Day (Dec. 26th).


Marsha Millonig

Marsha Millonig
Interim Executive Director, Minnesota Pharmacists Association

P: (651) 366-6094 | E: marsham@mpha.org

Marsha Millonig joined the team as MPhA’s Interim Executive Director in 2015. In addition to this role, Marsha is the President/CEO of Catalyst Enterprises, LLC, a health care consulting firm dedicated to creating change that will allow its clients to be more efficient and/or value-added healthcare service providers toward improved health outcomes. Marsha’s firm consulted with MPhA in 2014. Prior to forming her company, Marsha spent more than 20 years in association management with the Healthcare Distribution Management Association (HDMA) where she led the philanthropic HDMA Healthcare Foundation, and also the National Association of Chain Drug Stores (NACDS.)

Her BS in Pharmacy is from the University of Minnesota and her M.B.A. from the University of Maryland. She completed the American Society of Health System Pharmacy (ASHP) Executive Residency in Association Management.
  
She a practicing pharmacist and pharmacist immunizer, working with both independent and chain pharmacies. Marsha is also an associate fellow of the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy’s Center for Leading Healthcare Change.

She’s a published author with her last work, “100 MTM Tips for Pharmacists” published by APhA.

Connie Nordquist

Connie Nordquist
Executive Director, Minnesota Association of School Business Officials (MASBO)

P: (651) 999-8424 | E: cnordquist@mnasbo.org

Connie has more than a decade of association management experience, and joined MASBO as the Executive Director in 2009. In this role, she is dedicated to supporting the individuals who manage the administrative, business and operations aspects of education in Minnesota, and to help provide a voice for the association at the state level.

What you don't know about Connie...

Q. What do you love about association management?
A. I love that I have the opportunity to work with a wonderful, and very engaged group of people. I am also a big advocate of education and lifelong learning, so it is a huge bonus that I am able to work in this field.

Q. What is your favorite city?
A. New Orleans. Fabulous food, great music, and always an adventure!

Q. What is the best professional advice you ever received?
A. Early in my career, I had a boss who would say "the devil is in the details.” I think that association management is all about the details, and effectively managing details can take anything from good…to great!

Q.What do you like to do when you are not working?
A. I have two very active teenagers, and love attending all of their games and activities. When time permits, I get outside whenever possible, whether going to the cabin, or just walking, biking, or gardening around home.


Mary Regan

Mary Regan
Executive Director, AspireMN

P: (651) 290-6272 | E: mregan@mccca.org

Mary Regan began her employment with Ewald Consulting in 1995. Mary is the Executive Director of AspireMN, a statewide association of providers of treatment services for children and adolescents. She has more than 15 years of experience working with children and adolescents in residential treatment programs. As a former member and Board Chair of AspireMN, Mary brings direct knowledge of the field to her role with the Council. She provides lobbying, advocacy and the full range of association management services to AspireMN.


Kirsten Anderson

Kirsten Anderson
Assistant Director, AspireMN

P: (651) 290-6278 | E: kanderson@aspiremn.org

What you don't know about Kirsten...

Q. What do you love about your job?
A. I am inspired by the opportunity we have at AspireMN to help make the world better for all kids.

Q. What is your favorite city?
A. Mexico City – so much chaos, beauty, and flavor

Q. What do you like to do when you are not working?
A. Play outside with my family.

Q. What is the last book you read that you would recommend?
A. Even Princesses Go to the Potty


Anne Christensen

Anne Christensen
Administrative Assistant, Minnesota Telecom Alliance

P: (651) 288-3724 | E: achristensen@mnta.org


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