graduated from Hamline in 2012 with an MBA and emphasis in international business. She has worked at Thomson Reuters since January 2005. She spent the first decade in sales and marketing, and the second decade in marketing. Megan has held a number of leadership positions including guiding teams in lead generation, brand launches, product awareness, tradeshow and event planning, sales tools, training and programs, and most recently, bringing the voice of the customer back into the business to make critical decisions. Megan lives in Cottage Grove, Minnesota with her husband of 20 years and four children. Outside of work, you’ll find Megan cheering at her kids sporting events, at the movie theater (anything but scary movies), and traveling (she has visited 43 of the 50 States). Read more.
graduated from Hamline in 1992 with a BA in English. She earned her MFA in creative writing from the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at Naropa University in Colorado. She has written a collection of short stories, Mine Town Memoirs
, and a poetry collection, Blue Collar Love Poem
, that she hopes to publish soon. She is the author of the featured serial read in the Star Tribune
this summer. Read more.
graduated from Hamline University in 1998 with a bachelor of arts degree in political science and anthropology. She received a master of nonprofit management degree in 2004. Holger-Ambrose began her social justice work through her involvement with the Minnesota Public Interest Research Group (MPIRG), volunteering at Simpson Shelter, and internships with Native American Repatriation at the Science Museum and for United States Senator Paul Wellstone (both through Hamline). Read more.