Speaker Date Topic
Deb Mallin Jan 29, 2020
Closing the Achievement Gap using AI Technology

Deb Mallin leads Literacy Matters, balancing her skills in education and curriculum development, and business and marketing, with a deft ability to guide where needed and to follow her peers' expertise. At the helm of Literacy Matters, Deb prioritizes integrity in meeting the needs of students and the overall success of schools, in an effort to see that there is literacy and justice for all.

Vocational Feb 05, 2020
Table Talk

Facilitated discussion among your fellow Rotarians.

Brigitt Roman Feb 12, 2020
History and tour of Minneapolis Club
Mike Freeman, Hennepin County Attorney Feb 19, 2020
Progress & Reform in the Criminal Justice System

Michael O. Freeman is the elected Hennepin County Attorney. He has served as the Hennepin County Attorney for 19 years 1991–1999 and again since 2007. As the County Attorney, Mike serves as the chief executive of Minnesota’s largest public law office, comprised of about 210 lawyers and 400 employees. This office issues 7,000 adult felony and 10,000 juvenile criminal complaints each year and provides complete civil representation to Hennepin County with its 9,000 employees and $2 billion budget.  

 

Hosts: New Members Feb 26, 2020
Surprise
Dave Hutchinson Mar 04, 2020
Hennepin County Sherriff
Mark Murphy Mar 11, 2020
Conservation Corps of MN
Judge Jack Tunheim Mar 18, 2020
Chief Judge Minnesota Federal Judiciary
Jack Becker Mar 25, 2020
Public Art and Healthy Communities

Public art is visible evidence of our shared humanity. It’s more than murals, monuments and memorials (and the occasional mime). Artists of all disciplines are engaging in cross-sector collaborations and social practices that address all kinds of issues and opportunities facing cities today, including the health of our communities. Jack Becker, founder and lead principal consultant at Forecast Public Art a 40-year-old nonprofit based in St. Paul—is recognized internationally for his pioneering efforts to make public art more public. He will share an overview of trends and issues in the field, and discuss recent efforts he’s led to help cities address health issues through public art.

David Schultz, Hamline University Apr 01, 2020
State of the Legislature
Mark Wright, Federal Reserve Apr 08, 2020
Monetary Policy
No Meeting Apr 15, 2020
Davi Barbosa Apr 22, 2020
Exchange Student from Brazil
Jessica Bartholomew Apr 29, 2020
Prevention of Human Trafficking
Vocational Services May 06, 2020
Vocational Engagement
Judith Prieto May 13, 2020
Exchange Student from Spain
Nancy Leppink May 20, 2020
MN Commissioner of Labor
Caitlin Rogers May 27, 2020
Epilogue to Rotary Exchange Student Experience
Russian Art Museum Jun 10, 2020
Offsite