The Minneapolis - St. Paul Blog
In Sisterhood, We Brunch (ISWB) is a brunch series dedicated to creating space for healing and uplifting Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) women, businesses, entrepreneurs and professionals.
600+ INTERNS AT MSP-BASED COMPANIES TUNED IN ACROSS U.S. This July, partners throughout the Greater Minneapolis-Saint Paul region (MSP) celebrated hundreds of students, recent graduates and rising professionals who chose to spend their summers interning at employers...
An adoptee from Colombia, Kara is a child therapist who has found a vibrant community of other South American adoptees in MN. Photo: Augsburg University, Minneapolis, MN Photo credit: Asha BelkTell us a little bit about yourself. I was born in Bogotá, Colombia and...
Brittanie is a passionate disability justice advocate who loves MSP’s diversity and access, and is working to empower the most marginalized in her community.
More than a billion dollars of mergers and acquisitions and more than $347M million of public and private capital to fund new developments fueled a strong first quarter in Medical Alley.
Hodon is a mom and passionate teacher. As a child, she fled her worn-torn country and in recent years was welcomed by MSP’s sizable Somali community.
To enhance our early-stage community, The Medical Alley Association has launched Medical Alley Starts, a focused initiative and suite of services targeted at the acceleration of healthcare start-up formation and growth in Minnesota’s Medical Alley, The Global Epicenter of Health Innovation and Care®.
Sasha (he/she) found a welcoming home and appreciation for her talents when she moved here in 2011 and because a star of MSP’s vibrant drag scene.
The MAKE IT. MSP. initiative was launched in 2015 to improve the Greater Minneapolis-Saint Paul (MSP) region’s performance attracting and retaining talent. While the region’s performance improved over the next five years, this prompted a bigger question for the...
An MSP native, Krystal is inspired by the region’s young people and a vision for a more welcoming and equitable future.