May 13, MINN Coffee Chat with Megan Powers

Join MINN for a coffee chat with Megan Powers. MINN's Networking Committee will facilitate a conversation about Megan's career journey and recent successful job search. Maybe you're currently searching for a new role or perhaps you just enjoy coffee and conversation with global practitioners.

Register to join us at Quixotic Coffee from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. on Friday, May 13th. Please plan to arrive at 7:30 a.m. to place your order to ensure we get started promptly. Parking is on the street so allow for extra time to find a spot.

Only 10 spots are available for this event so please alert us if your plans change so we can release a seat!

Megan Powers joined the McKnight Foundation in 2015 as an International Program Officer. Megan's role involves managing international grantmaking, non-grant assistance, and other efforts of the Foundation's Collaborative Crop Research Program. She previously worked at Grassroots Solutions, a firm specializing in strategy, organizing, training, and evaluation. During her five years as a senior consultant, she led strategy, coordination, facilitation, convening, advising, and evaluation efforts on a host of nonprofit, public, and philanthropic initiatives. She has also held leadership positions at two Minneapolis nonprofits, Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy and The Advocates for Human Rights, where she led an initiative to prevent child labor in rural Nepal. Powers spent a year in Mokpo, South Korea, as a Fulbright grantee and trainer. Fluent in Spanish, she completed a graduate program in international conflict resolution as a Rotary World Peace Fellow at Universidad del Salvador in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and holds a B.A. from the University of St. Thomas.

Contact Spectra Myers, MINN Networking Volunteer, with any questions.

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