Scott Marks says he is trying to give local citizens the opportunity to engage with an officer away from an emergency situation.
While growing up in a big family on the Iron Range, Larry Schneiderman got his first taste of the family business at a young age.
Twin Cities native Roberta Scherf founded Thinking Moves as a result of her experience with PTSD, and raising a child on the autism spectrum. It’s how she’s having an impact in schools across the country that makes her a Minnesotan to Meet.
Lisa Tabor’s business — CultureBrokers — helps bring cultural intelligence to Minnesota organizations.
Cara Koski is hoping to not only keep her grandchildren safe, but many others. She just launched a new product that’s designed to keep kids warm and make you’re morning routine a little less hectic, Ali Lucia reports.
There was a noticeable name missing in the lineup last night for the Vikings. Chad Greenway! He retired at the end of last season, but he now has a new role as Minnesota prepares to host Super Bowl 52 in Minnesota.
After learning to knit from a friend while in between acts in local theater, Knitteapolis has been on a roll ever since.
“It was a school project and we had to do something to help our community and the neighborhood, and I thought of a food shelf.”
Teddy Bekele is the son of an Ethiopian agronomist. After getting a taste of the family business at a young age, Bekele never thought farming would be in his future. But, after starting his career in mechanical engineering, he took a chance and made the move to Minnesota.
Jashan Eison moved to the Twin Cities for a job more than 10 years ago. The Brooklyn Park resident has been working at H&B Elevators since then, but it’s how he went from Project Manager to CEO that makes him a Minnesotan to Meet.
What started as just a hobby for Peter Mogck and Matt Frakes is now a full-fledged business.
Steve Thomas, a digital artist, started his career at a paper in Pittsburgh doing graphics and occasional illustrations, but it’s his latest work is a part of that far, far, far away galaxy and that’s what make Forest Lake’s Steve Thomas a Minnesotan to Meet.
As a graduate of the University of Minnesota, Olsen served as captain for the women’s basketball team. She was also a standout high school athlete for Minneapolis South High School. Using her experience as an athlete, and a broadcaster, she’s asking others to “Rethink the Win,” which makes her a Minnesotan to Meet.
Motherhood and their careers influenced them to make a change in the juice pack industry.
In 2007, like so many Americans, Charles Thayer, a bank loan officer, lost his job due to the recession and housing crisis.
Community leader, entrepreneur and philanthropist are just some of the many roles Jennings has taken on in the Twin Cities community.
As bonfire weather sets in, most Minnesotans are bound to grab a sweatshirt at some point in the next few months. One local company, Hoodies for Good, is trying to capitalize on that in a different way.
Step inside Mary’s Northeast Minneapolis studio and you are surrounded by kinds of color.
Miller is anything but your average CEO. In fact, he’s still in ninth grade at Maple Grove Senior High School.
Margaret Wacholz is the community relations manager at Woodbury Senior Living. She brings personality, passion and poise to the job. And for that, and so many other reasons, Wacholz is this week’s Minnesotan to Meet.
For anyone who has had a loved one diagnosed with an illness or in the hospital, CaringBridge is probably a familiar name.
Cydni Bickerstaff was named a “Woman to Watch” by Washington Magazine. Now she is making her mark in Minneapolis ahead of the Final Four in 2019.
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For this week’s Minnesotan to Meet, we take you an old dairy farm in Maplewood. Inside, they aren’t milking any cows, but instead manufacturing thousands of products.
The newest member of the Minnesota United squad has been called one of the Loons “best signings” with experience on the national and global stage. But you won’t see her on the field, instead you’ll see her in the booth — the broadcast booth.