HunterSage founder Anne Hunter is taking on the part-time role of interim president of the St. Paul-based Minnesota Humanities Center, starting December 3. The assignment is expected to last four-to-six months — or until a full-time president is hired.
Justice Alan Page received the nation’s highest civilian honor in November 2018 for his lifelong work in advancing social justice. He and his beloved wife, who died in October, co-founded the Page Education Foundation, which awards 500 scholarships each year to Minnesota students of color.
YMCA Twin Cities convened its second Inclusive Downtown Think Tank in April 2018. Participants practiced “outside-in thinking” at the Y’s Equity innovation Center while identifying the challenges, gaps and opportunities of building a more inclusive downtown Minneapolis.
One month after unveiling the Equity Innovation Center at its newly rennovated Gaviidae Commons headquarters, the YMCA of the Greater Twin Cities hosted the region's first Inclusive Downtown Think Tank. Amy Batiste, president of Creative Catalyst and a HunterSage strategic partner, is designing the Think Tank. Anne Hunter serves as a small group facilitator.
Sheila Terryll of Wiser Wolf nonprofit consulting and Anne Hunter of HunterSage nonprofit strategy group joined forces in January 2018 to develop a three-year strategic plan for The Friends of the Saint Paul Public Library.
HunterSage founder Anne Hunter earned a certificate in Executive Director Leadership from the University of St. Thomas in December 2017. (link) The 10-month cohort program prepared 20 executive directors from across Minnesota to lead high-impact nonprofits during times of great change and uncertainty.