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Megan Jung

Senior Program Manager

Megan attended Saint Catherine University, earning a Bachelor’s in Psychology, and continued onto Oregon State University, earning a Master of…

Brendan Klein

Senior Program Coordinator

A native of the Twin Cities area, Brendan has always had a passion for higher education equity. Brendan graduated from…

Kristine

Advising Specialist

As a first-generation college student, Kristine navigated her undergraduate years largely on her own, switching majors three times. Despite the…

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Lindsay

Senior Program Manager

Lindsay joined College Possible in 2018 after starting their career at two other youth-development nonprofits and a year of service…

Maisy Martin

Program Specialist

Maisy grew up in Minneapolis and attended St. Olaf College where she majored in French, Management and Media Studies. After…

Megan Mattson

Director of Institutional Engagement

Megan joined College Possible in early 2024. She started her work within the non-profit sector serving as an AmeriCorps VISTA…

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Rebecca (Bekka) Merrill

Communications Manager

Rebecca joined College Possible Minnesota in 2022 and brings more than 15 years of experience serving non-profit organizations like One…

Sabrina Merritt

Program Events Coordinator

Sabrina is a nonprofit professional with a background in student support for both K-12 and undergraduate populations. After serving with…

McKenzie Meyer

Advising Specialist

McKenzie is the first person in her family to graduate with a bachelor’s degree. From a young age, her parents…

Moses

Advising Specialist

Moses love art, sports, and exploration. When he is not working, he prefers to spend time doing personal projects or…

Riley Nelson

Program Coordinator

Originally from North Dakota, Riley moved to the Twin Cities area in the fall of 2021 after graduating with a…

Tim O’Halloran

Senior Advising Specialist

Tim graduated from the University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire in 2014. He worked in higher education for three years in both…

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