Andre joined Twin Cities Business in September 2014 and now serves as Online and E-Newsletter Editor, a role in which he manages TCB's website, covers breaking news, updates social media channels and oversees the twice-weekly e-newsletter,Briefcase. Previous to joining TCB, Andre dabbled in several roles, including experience in several newsrooms, a one-year stint at a nonprofit through the AmeriCorps national service program and developing social media strategy at Carmichael Lynch Spong.
Dale used to head up the production of TCB’s magazine, website, e-newsletters, live events and editorial partnership projects. He also served as both an editor and a writer, was a weekly on-air business news contributor for CBS’s WCCO radio and regular commentator on Gannett’s KARE-11 TV, and emceed several events throughout the year.
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Vance K. Opperman (firstname.lastname@example.org) is owner and CEO of MSP Communications, which publishes Twin Cities Business.
Sarah Lutman is a St. Paul-based independent consultant and writer for clients in the cultural, media and philanthropic sectors.
David Burda (twitter.com/@davidrburda, email@example.com) is editorial director, health care strategies, for MSP-C, where he serves as the chief health care content strategist and health care subject matter expert, and was editor of Modern Healthcare, the industry’s leading health care business publication.
Sam Schaust first joined Twin Cities Business in January 2015 as an editorial intern. He is now the Online and E-Newsletter Editor, a role in which he manages TCB's website, covers breaking news, updates social media channels and oversees the twice-weekly e-newsletter, Briefcase. Sam is a graduate of the University of Minnesota where he gained experience by writing at two campus publications: the Murphy News Service and The Wake magazine.
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