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In 2011 and 2012, I participated in the InterCity Leadership Visit (ICLV). Sponsored by the St. Paul Area Camber of Commerce & the Minneapolis Regional Chamber of Commerce the ICLV includes a delegation of 90 community and regional representatives who travel to a select city. Launched in 2002, ICLV delegates have visited Seattle, Boston, Dallas, San Diego, Toronto, Atlanta, Charlotte, Austin, Portland, Denver and Phoenix to learn about a city and regional best practices including: regional economic development, education and urban issues (transportation, downtown development, etc.), innovative initiatives and regional collaboration, transportation funding and integration of transit and high density employment centers, leveraging higher education for economic development, closing the achievement gap, especially in K-12 education, supporting entrepreneurs and creating a climate for innovation, building regional consensus for action on critical issues, such as water, infrastructure, etc.


2011 ICLV AGENDA as of 9-30-11

Sunday, October 2, 2011 7:15 a.m. Check in at Minneapolis-Saint Paul Airport, lower level, Delta Group Desk. Enter the Airport at Door 4, upper level. Take the escalator down to Level T (below the baggage claim level) where group check-in will be on your right. Checked baggage must have ICLV luggage tags affixed for identification. 9:20 a.m.

Depart MSP for Portland on Delta flight #993

11:08 a.m.

Arrive Portland (PDX) Local time is Pacific, or two hours earlier than MN

11:46 a.m.

Transit departure information*: Take MAX Red Line LRT toward City Center & Beaverton Exit at Skidmore Fountain MAX Station *If flight is late, ICLV staff will provide updated transit departure time upon arrival

12:30 p.m.

Arrive US Bank Building – Portland City Grill 111 Southwest 5th Avenue # 3000 Lunch

1:00 p.m.

Welcome: Elliot Jaffee, President, Twin Cities Market, US Bank Welcome to Portland: Intro to Portland Geography, Culture, Politics, Business, and Social Scene • Malia Wasson, President, US Bank Oregon • Ethan Seltzer, Professor of Urban Studies and Planning, Portland State University • Barbara Roberts, former Governor, Metro Councilor

1 Presenting Sponsor


2:00 p.m.

Tours Please refer to the back of your name badge for your tour assignment. Space is limited. Please check with ICLV staff before changing your choice, or deciding not to attend. 1. Bikeways and Green Streets Tour with Mia Birk, Alta 2. Successes and Challenges of Suburban TOD 3. Streetcar and Walking Tour of the Pearl District 4. Free time (hotel check-in not available until 3:00 p.m.)

4:30 p.m.

Tours conclude, proceed to Hotel Monaco for check-in 506 SW Washington Street

5:00 p.m.

Optional complimentary Wine Reception hosted by Hotel for all guests Hotel Monaco Lobby

6:00 p.m.

Transit/departure information: Walk Northwest on Washington to 11th Avenue (6 blocks) Right on 11th Avenue (3 blocks) Gerding Theater is at 128 NW 11th Avenue Reception at Gerding Theater 128 NW Eleventh Avenue Sponsored by the Bloomington Convention & Visitors Bureau, Meet Minneapolis and Visit St. Paul

6:30 p.m.

Welcome to Portland Mayor Sam Adams Tom Hughes, President, Metro

7:30 p.m.

Dinner on Own

8:00 p.m. Hosted Hospitality Suite, Red Star Club Room, 1st floor, Hotel Monaco -10:00 p.m. Sponsored by Knudsen Vineyards and Argyle Winery

2 Presenting Sponsor


Monday, October 2, 2011 7:15 a.m. -7:30 a.m. 7:30

Depart Hotel Monaco First group will leave the hotel lobby at 7:15; a second group will leave at promptly!

7:41 a.m.

Transit information: Walk South on 5th Avenue to Pioneer Place/SW 5th MAX Station (2 blocks) Take MAX Green Line toward City Center/PSU Exit and Walk South to SW 5th and Montgomery Streetcar Station

7:53 a.m.

Transfer to Streetcar to South Waterfront

8:02 a.m.

Arrive SW Gibbs stop

8:05 a.m.

Oregon Health and Science University Center for Health & Healing 3303 SW Bond Avenue Third Floor Conference Center, Room 4

8:15 a.m.

Let Knowledge Serve the City: PSU’s Role in Portland Wim Wiewel, President, Portland State University

9:15 a.m.

Public Private Collaboration for Education Reform • Dan Ryan, CEO, Portland Schools Foundation • Gregg Kantor, CEO, NW Natural • Morgan Anderson, Government Affairs Manager, Intel Sponsored by Target

10:30 a.m.

Break

10:45 a.m.

The Role of the Urban Growth Boundary in Portland’s Growth and Development • Patrick Quinton, Executive Director, Portland Development Commission • Dennis Wilde, Chief Sustainability Officer, Gerding Edlen • Sandra McDonough, CEO, Portland Business Alliance

12:00 p.m.

Tram to Top for Lunch

1:00 p.m.

Tram to Bottom

3 Presenting Sponsor


1:15 p.m.

The Portland Transit Story Alan Lehto, Director Project Planning, TriMet Sponsored by Jefferson lines

2:30 p.m.

Optional Tours Please refer to the back of your name badge for your tour assignment. Space is limited. Please check with ICLV staff before changing your choice, or deciding not to attend. E. Yellow Line/Mississippi District 20 Minute Neighborhood F. Tour of South Waterfront Redevelopment G. Green Buildings/Green Streets Tour H. PIE Incubator at Wieden+Kennedy I. Free time

5:00 p.m.

Return to Hotel Monaco

5:00 p.m.

Optional complimentary Wine Reception hosted by Hotel for all guests Hotel Monaco Lobby

6:00 p.m.

Transit information for LRT to Dinner at Widmer Brewing Walk south on 5th two blocks to Morrison. Right on Morrison one block to Pioneer Courthouse/SW 6th Avenue MAX Station MAX Yellow Line toward Expo Center Depart MAX at Albina/Mississippi MAX Station Cross to East Side of Interstate Avenue and walk toward Russell Widmer Brothers Brewing 955 North Russell

6:13 p.m. 6:27 p.m.

6:30 p.m.

Dinner at Widmer Brewing and brewery tour Sponsored by the Minnesota Vikings

8:30 p.m.

Transit information Return via MAX Yellow Line Exit at SW 5th and Oak MAX Station Walk south two blocks to hotel (506 SW Washington)

9:00 p.m. Hosted Hospitality Suite, Red Star Club Room, 1st floor, Hotel Monaco -11:00 p.m. Sponsored by Knudsen Vineyards and Argyle Winery Please review departure information delivered to your room 4 Presenting Sponsor


Tuesday, October 4, 2011 Please follow departure information delivered to your room last night 7:30 a.m.

Breakfast at Hotel Monaco

7:35 a.m.

Business Leadership in Economic Development Planning & Policy • Jeremy Rogers, Oregon Business Council • Randy Miller, Oregon Business Plan Steering Committee • Pat Egan, Vice President, Customer and Community Affairs, Pacific Power Sponsored by Wells Fargo

8:45 a.m.

Building Bi-State Regional Cooperation for Investment & Growth • Tom Hughes, President, Metro • Tim Leavitt, Mayor, Vancouver, Washington Sponsored by Xcel Energy

9:45 a.m.

Break, prepare for departure

10:00 a.m.

Transit information: Depart via LRT to PDX – Port of Portland Building Walk South on 5th three blocks to Yamhill. Left one block to Mall/SW 4th MAX Station MAX Red Line to Airport Arrive Airport Walk to Port Authority of Portland LEED Platinum Building (approximately a 10 minute walk)

10:17 a.m. 10:56 a.m.

11:15 a.m.

A Tale of Two Cities: MSP and PDX Cluster Initiatives • Bill Wyatt, Executive Director, Port Authority of Portland • Dave Zepponi, President, Northwest Food Processors Assoc. • Jennifer Nolfi, Business & Industry Division Manager, Portland Development Commission Sponsored by the Saint Paul Port Authority

12:15 p.m.

Walk to terminal. Port of Portland Conference Room (approximately a 5 minute walk) 5 Presenting Sponsor


12:30 p.m.

Lunch and Trip De-briefing

2:00 p.m.

Check-in at Delta counter, identify luggage, receive boarding pass

3:00 p.m.

Depart PDX on Delta flight #1073 for Minneapolis-Saint Paul

8:23 p.m.

Arrive MSP

6 Presenting Sponsor


2011 Portland InterCity Leadership Visit Participants Name

Company/Organization

Andy Arlotta

Minnesota Swarm

Lester Bagley

Minnesota Vikings Football, LLC

Joseph Bagnoli

McGrann Shea Carnival Straughn & Lamb

Allison Barmann

McKinsey & Company, Inc.

Cecile Bedor

City of Saint Paul

Richard Beeson

Park Midway Bank

Steve Berg

MinnPost

Bradley Blue

Minnesota Guild of Public Charter Schools

Jack Boarman

BKV Group

Colleen Carey

The Cornerstone Group

Bonnie Carlson

Bloomington Convention & Visitors Bureau

Lynn Casey

Padilla Speer Beardsley Inc.

John Colbourne

Wells Fargo Bank Minnesota

Christopher Coleman

City of Saint Paul

Emmett Coleman

Comcast

Rick Collins

Ryan Companies US, Inc.

John Cowles

Unity Avenue Associates

Zachary Crain

Moore, Costello & Hart, P.L.L.P.

Steven Crouch

University of MN - College of Science &Engineering

Carl "Buzz" Cummins

Workers' Compensation Reinsurance

Gary Cunningham

Metropolitan Council

Erin Dady

City of Saint Paul

Jeff Davidman

Delta Air Lines, Inc.

Theodore Davis

Davis Communications Management, Inc.

William Deef

Meet Minneapolis

Caren Dewar

ULI Minnesota

Gail Dorfman

Hennepin County Board of Commissioners

Steven Elkins

Metropolitan Council

William Foussard

White Bear Country Inn

David Frank

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Name

Company/Organization

Andrew Furco

University of Minnesota, University Relations

Morris Goodwin

Amherst H. Wilder Foundation

Susan Haigh

Metropolitan Council

MayKao Hang

Amherst H. Wilder Foundation

Jeremy Hanson Willis

City of Minneapolis

Sarah Harris

Minneapolis Downtown Improvement District

Bonnie Holub

ArcLight, Inc.

James Hovland

City of Edina

Elliot Jaffee

U.S. Bancorp

Louis Jambois

Saint Paul Port Authority

Curtis Johnson

Citistates Group

Kathleen Kelly

Catholic Charities of St. Paul & Minneapolis

Dan Kenney

Minnesota Ballpark Authority

Sean Kershaw

Citizens League

Karolyn Kirchgesler

Saint Paul Convention & Visitors Authority

Todd Klingel

Minneapolis Regional Chamber of Commerce

Page Knudsen Cowles

Trust for Public Land

Matt Kramer

Saint Paul Area Chamber of Commerce

Michael Langley

Greater MSP

Lawrence Lee

City of Bloomington

William Lester

Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission

Kathleen Lindblad

Minnesota Housing

Jay Lindgren

Dorsey & Whitney LLP

Timothy Marx

Catholic Charities of St. Paul & Minneapolis

William McGrann

McGrann Shea Carnival Straughn & Lamb

Ellen McInnis

Wells Fargo Bank Minnesota

Peter McLaughlin

Hennepin County Board of Commissioners

Daniel Mehls

Mortenson Construction

Tammy Mencel

Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal

David Miller

The Saint Paul Hotel

David Motzenbecker

BKV Group

Ann Mulholland

The Saint Paul Foundation

Russ Nelson

Nelson, Tietz & Hoye, Inc.

Jean O'Connell

Saint Paul Public Schools

Blois Olson

Tunheim

David Olson

Minnesota Chamber of Commerce

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Name

Company/Organization

Stefani Pennaz

Tiger Oak Publications

Brian Pietsch

Ameriprise Financial

Irene Quarshie

Target Corporation

Pady Regnier

St. Croix Promotions and Retail, Inc.

David Rom

Platinum Bank

Steven Rosenstone

Minnesota State Colleges & Universities

Schane Rudlang

City of Bloomington

Elizabeth Ryan

Family Housing Fund

R. T. Rybak

City of Minneapolis

Gary Schiff

Minneapolis City Council

Kathy Schmidlkofer

Greater MSP

Patrick Seeb

Saint Paul Riverfront Corporation

Kenneth Smith

District Energy St. Paul

Steve Snelling

Sand Companies, Inc.

Mark Stenglein

Hennepin County Board of Commissioners

David Sternberg

Brookfield Properties U.S., LLC

Kristina Taylor

Ecolab

Melvin Tennant

Meet Minneapolis

Joan Thompson

Minnesota Wire

Robin Torgerson

3M

Kent Warden

Grtr. Mpls. Building Owners & Managers Association

Gene Winstead

City of Bloomington

Charles Zelle

Jefferson Lines

Donna Zimmerman

HealthPartners

Total: 90

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ICLV 2012  Agenda  as  of  September  25,  2012     Sunday,  September  30,  2012   9:45  a.m.  

10:30  a.m.     11:32  a.m.       12:36  p.m.     1:00  p.m.     2:00  p.m.       2:30  p.m.

Check in  at  Minneapolis-­‐Saint  Paul  Airport,  lower  level,  Delta  Group  Desk.    Enter  the   Airport  at  Door  4,  upper  level.    Take  the  escalator  down  to  Level  T  (below  the  baggage   claim  level)  where  group  check-­‐in  will  be  on  your  right.      Checked  baggage  must  have   ICLV  luggage  tags  affixed  for  identification.       Delegates  must  be  at  departure  gate.       Box  lunches  distributed  before  boarding  plane   Delegation  departs  Minneapolis-­‐Saint  Paul  on  Delta  #2108   Group  lands  in  Denver,(which  is  1  hour  earlier  –  CST)       delegates  depart  airplane  and  board  buses  on  tarmac   Group  departs  via  two  motor  coaches  for  narrated  drive-­‐by  tour  of  Stapleton   Arrive  at  Pinnacle  Club  for  afternoon  snacks/beverages  and  afternoon  session     Grand  Hyatt  555  17th  St.  Ste.  3700.  Denver,  CO  80202  Phone:  303-­‐603-­‐4064   Mile  High  Overview  of  the  Mile  High  City  (sponsored  by  Xcel  Energy) Elizabeth  Garner,  Colorado  State  demographer    

3:30  p.m.       4:30  p.m.         5:00  p.m.     5:45  p.m.             6:15  p.m.     6:45  p.m.  

25 years  of  Regional  Economic  Development    (sponsored  by  Wells  Fargo)   Tom  Clark,  President  and  CEO,  Metro  Denver  Economic  Development  Corporation       Depart  Pinnacle  Club  for  check-­‐in  at  Hotel  Monaco   Hotel  Monaco,  1717  Champa  Street     Optional  Complimentary  wine  hour  for  all  hotel  guests  hosted  by  the  Monaco  in  the   hotel  lobby   Group  departs  for  1  block  walk  to  16th  Street  Mall  shuttle   Exits  at  Civic  Center  Station  for  3  block  walk  to  History  Colorado  Center   1200  Broadway    (303)  447-­‐8679   Cocktail  Reception   Dinner  and  delegate  introductions  (sponsored  by  Comcast)   1


7:45 p.m.     8:30  p.m.     9:00  p.m.-­‐   10:00  p.m.    

A Tale  of  Two  Cities:  Ten  Years  Later   Jac  Sperling,  Founder  and  CEO,  Grit  Rock  Ventures,  former  Board  Chair,  Minneapolis   Regional  Chamber  of  Commerce   Depart  for  walk/16th  street  shuttle  back  to  hotel   Hospitality  Suite,  Hotel  Monaco  Lobby   (sponsored  by  the  Bloomington,  Minneapolis  and  St.  Paul  Convention  &  Visitors  Bureaus)  

Monday, October 1, 2012 7:30 a.m.      

Breakfast /Table  Topic  Discussion  (sponsored  by  Brookfield  Properties)   Hotel  Monaco,  Paris  Ballroom,  Lower  level   Delegates  check  the  back  of  your  name  tag,  and  proceed  to  the  table  #  indicated  on   your  badge.    Space  is  limited.    Any  changes  to  your  table  assignment  must  be  pre-­‐ approved.     1. Denver  Regional  Equity  Atlas   Melinda  Pollack,  Vice  President,  solutions,  Enterprise  Community  Partners,  Inc.  

2.

Hospitality Learning  Center  –  Higher  Ed  Responding  to  Industry  Need  

4.   5.    

Healthy Living/Healthy  Economy  -­‐  Colorado  Health  Foundation  

6.

Jumpstart: Revving  Up  the  Economic  Engine  -­‐-­‐  Denver  Office  of  Economic   Development  Strategic  Plan    

    9:00  a.m.     9:45  a.m.     10:00  a.m.  

7.     8.     9.     10.      

Dr. Chad  Gruhl,  Associate  Chair/Associate  Professor,  Metropolitan  State  College   Anne  Warhover,  President  &  CEO,  Colorado  Health  Foundation  

Denver Development  Trends    

Michael Leccese,  Executive  Director,  Colorado  Urban  Land  Institute   Daniel  Guimond,  Principal,  Economic  &  Planning  Systems  

Paul Washington,  Executive  Director,  Denver  Office  of  Economic  Development  

Aviation Driven  Development  –  Denver’s  Airport  City  and  Aerotropolis   Paul  Ryan,  Director  of  Regional  Affairs,  City  of  Denver  

Denver TOD  10  Years  Later    

Marilee Utter,  Executive  Vice  President,  Urban  Land  Institute,  Global  District  Councils  

Denver’s Challenges  10  Years  Later  

Susan Barnes-­‐Gelt,  Freelance  columnist,  former  Denver  City  Council  member  

Public Funding  for  World  Class  Cultural  Amenities  

Peg Long,  Executive  Director,  Scientific  and  Cultural  Facilities  District  

Keynote Speaker  –The  honorable  Michael  B.  Hancock,  Mayor,  City  of  Denver   Break   Raising  Companies:    Denver’s  Innovation  Ecosystem   Jim  Deters,  Founder,  Galvanize;  Catherine  Grassman,  Executive  Director,  Colorado  Innovation   Network;  Steve  Van  Nurden,  CEO,  Fitzsimons  Redevelopment  Authority  

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11:00 a.m.             11:30  a.m.         12:00  p.m.     12:30  p.m.  

2:00  p.m.  

                    4:30  p.m.     5:00  p.m.   5:30  p.m.         6:00  p.m.     8:00  p.m.     8:30  p.m.     9:00  p.m.-­‐   10:00  p.m.        

Group departs  Hotel  Monaco  via  motorcoach  for  Auraria  Campus   Tivoli  Student  Union,  Turnhalle   900  Auraria  Parkway  303-­‐556-­‐6330   Welcome  and  Overview  of  Auraria  Campus   Barb  Weiske,  Executive  Vice  President,  Auraria  Higher  Education  Center    

Lunch   Making  Tracks:    FasTracks  and  Denver’s  Union  Station   Bill  Mosher,  Managing  Director,  Trammel  Crow,  Union  Station  Project;       Kent  Bagley,  Regional  Transportation  District  Board  of  Directors     Maria  Garcia  Berry,  CEO,  CRL  Associates    

Depart for  tours   Delegates  check  your  name  badge  for  tour  assignment.    Announcements  and  directions   for  tour  departures  will  be  given  at  end  of  lunch  session.    Space  is  limited.    Check  with   ICLV  staff  before  making  any  changes.    If  you  did  not  register  for  a  tour,  no  assignment   has  been  given.   A.  LRT/TOD  of  Southeast  Line   B.  Union  Station  Redevelopment   C.  Auraria  Higher  Educaton  Campus   D.  National  Renewable  Energy  Lab   E.  Anschutz  Medical  Campus/Fitzsimons  Redevelopment   Tours  return  separately  to  Hotel  Monaco   Optional  Complimentary  wine  hour  for  all  hotel  guests  hosted  by  the  Monaco     in  the  hotel  lobby     Depart  Hotel  Monaco  via  motor  coaches  for  Red  Rocks  State  Park/Amphitheater   18300  West  Alameda  Parkway,  Morrison,  CO  (303)  697-­‐4939   Cocktail  Reception/Group  Dinner  (sponsored  by  Minnesota  Vikings)   Group  Departs  Red  Rocks     Group  arrives  Hotel  Monaco   Hospitality  Suite,  Hotel  Monaco  Lobby   (sponsored  by  the  Bloomington,  Minneapolis  and  St.  Paul  Convention  &  Visitors  Bureaus)   Please  review  departure  information  delivered  to  your  room  

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Tuesday, October  2,  2011    

7:00 a.m.     7:30  a.m.     8:00  a.m.    

Delegates check  out  of  hotel  room  and  bring  bags  to  lobby  

You must  check  out  of  your  room  and  settle  any  incidental  charges  by  7:30  a.m.    

Group departs  Hotel  Monaco  via  two  motor  coaches  (we  will  not  be  returning  to  the   hotel,  but  continuing  on  throughout  the  day  and  going  directly  to  the  airport)   Breakfast  -­‐  Sports  Authority  Stadium,  Budweiser  Champions  Club   (sponsored  by  RBC  Capital  Markets)     Now  What?  Sports  Facilities  as  Community  Assets  

Ray Baker,  Partner,  Gold  Crown  Management,  Chairman  -­‐  Denver  Major  League  Baseball   Stadium  District,  Chairman  -­‐  Metropolitan  Football  Stadium  District   Tim  Romani,  President  &  CEO,  Icon  Venue  Group  

  9:00  a.m.     9:30  a.m.     9:45  a.m.  

10:45  a.m.   11:15  a.m.       11:45  a.m.     12:00  p.m.  

The  Honorable  Governor  John  Hickenlooper   Break   Urban  and  Suburban  Collaboration  

Tami Door,  CEO,  Downtown  Denver  Partnership       Bob  Murphy,  Mayor,  City  of  Lakewood     Bill  Vidal,  Hispanic  Chamber  of  Commerce     Rick  Pilgrim,  Mayor,  City  of  Bow  Mar  and  Chair  Metro  Mayor’s  Caucus      

Depart Sports  Authority  Stadium  for  Evie  Garrett  Dennis  Campus,     4800  Telluride  St  Denver  80249     Brief  presentation  then  tour  of  school  campus  –  Pat  Hamill,  CEO  Oakwood  Homes     Depart  campus  for  nearby  Oakwood  Golf  Course   Lunch  and  Session   Building  and  Sustaining  Coalitions  to  build  an  education  reform  agenda     (sponsored  by  Target)   State  Senator  Mike  Johnston   Tom  Boasberg,  Superintendent,  Denver  Public  Schools      Tim  Taylor,  Founding  President,  Colorado  Succeeds    

1:00  p.m.     1:45  p.m.     2:00  p.m.     3:41  p.m.    

Debriefing Discussion   Depart  school  for  airport   Group  airline  check-­‐in:  check  bags,  receive  boarding  pass   Group  departs  Delta  #678  arrives  Minneapolis-­‐Saint  Paul  at  6:40  p.m.   4


2012 Denver InterCity Leadership Visit Participants Name

Company/Organization

Andriana Abariotes

Twin Cities LISC

Lester Bagley

Minnesota Vikings Football, LLC

Joe Bagnoli

McGrann Shea Carnival Straughn & Lamb

Mary Kay Bailey

Minnesota Philanthropy Partners

Allison Barmann

Itasca Project

Cecile Bedor

City of Saint Paul

Rick Beeson

Park Midway Bank

Steve Berg

Berg Urban Design, LLC

John Berns

Berns Law Firm, LLC

Brad Blue

Minnesota Guild of Public Charter Schools

Jack Boarman

BKV Group

Pat Born

Metropolitan Council

Darin Broton

Tunheim

Bonnie Carlson

Bloomington Convention & Visitors Bureau

Chris Coleman

City of Saint Paul

Rick Collins

Ryan Companies US, Inc.

Jay Cowles

Unity Avenue Associates

Sara Criger

Allina Health System

Buzz Cummins

Workers' Compensation Reinsurance

Erin Dady

City of Saint Paul

Caren Dewar

ULI Minnesota

Bill Foussard

White Bear Country Inn

Don Fromme

PCL Construction Services, Inc.

Sue Haigh

Metropolitan Council

Phil Hansen

American Red Cross - Twin Cities

Jeremy Hanson Willis

Community Planning and Economic Development

Pat Harris

RBC Global Asset Management

Sarah Harris

U of MN Foundation Real Estate Advisors

Cory Hoeppner

RBC Capital Markets

Bonnie Holub

ArcLight, Inc. Page:

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Name

Company/Organization

Tina Hoye

Nelson, Tietz & Hoye, Inc.

Elliot Jaffee

U. S. Bank

Louie Jambois

Saint Paul Port Authority

Ted Johnson

Minnesota Timberwolves

Curt Johnson

Citistates Group

Margaret Kaplan

Minnesota Housing

Michele Kelm-Helgen

Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority

Dan Kenney

Minnesota Ballpark Authority

Sean Kershaw

Citizens League

Karolyn Kirchgesler

Saint Paul Convention & Visitors Authority

Todd Klingel

Minneapolis Regional Chamber of Commerce

John Knapp

Winthrop & Weinstine, P.A.

Page Knudsen Cowles

Trust for Public Land

Matt Kramer

Saint Paul Area Chamber of Commerce

Larry Lee

City of Bloomington

Jeremy Lenz

University Enterprises Laboratories

Kevin Lewis

Grtr. Mpls. Building Owners & Managers Association

Mike Logan

Comcast

Peggy Lucas

Brighton Development Corporation

Tim Marx

Catholic Charities of St. Paul & Minneapolis

Jim McDonough

Ramsey County Board of Commissioners

Ellen McInnis

Wells Fargo Bank Minnesota

Peter McLaughlin

Hennepin County Board of Commissioners

Tammy Mencel

Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal

David Miller

The Saint Paul Hotel

Jayne Miller

Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board

David Motzenbecker

BKV Group

Ann Mulholland

Minnesota Philanthropy Partners

Jenn O'Rourke

City of Minneapolis

Cathleen Olson

COLOURS Marketing & Design

David Olson

Minnesota Chamber of Commerce

Kevin Olson

Minnesota National Guard

Irene Quarshie

Target Corporation

David Quigg

Wells Fargo Bank Minnesota

John Quincy

Minneapolis City Council

Pady Regnier

St. Croix Promotions and Retail, Inc.

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Name

Company/Organization

Will Roach

Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP

David Rom

Platinum Bank

Steven Rosenstone

Minnesota State Colleges & Universities

Schane Rudlang

City of Bloomington

R.T Rybak

City of Minneapolis

Jonathan Sage-Martinson

Central Corridor Funders Collaborative

Kathy Schmidlkofer

Greater MSP

Will Schroeer

Minneapolis Regional Chamber of Commerce

Patrick Seeb

Saint Paul Riverfront Corporation

Kirstin Sersland

CenturyLink

Lee Sheehy

McKnight Foundation

Ken Smith

Ever-Green Energy / District Energy St. Paul

Ken Sorensen

Mortenson Construction

Russ Stark

Saint Paul City Council

Ted Staryk

McKnight Foundation

Mark Stenglein

Minneapolis Downtown Council

David Sternberg

Brookfield Properties U.S., LLC

Robin Sternberg

DEED

Kris Taylor

Ecolab

Melvin Tennant

Meet Minneapolis

Andrea Walsh

HealthPartners

Paul Williams

City of Saint Paul

Gene Winstead

City of Bloomington

Kate Wolford

McKnight Foundation

Charlie Zelle

Jefferson Lines

Total: 91

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