With more than 27 years of nonprofit and public administration experience, Lynnea Atlas-Ingebretson has a track record of building partnerships across rural and urban communities. Her expertise extends to advising sizeable public sector entities and corporations on equitable community-centered practices and change management. She steers equitable strategies for Girl Scouts River Valleys and is involved in numerous community initiatives. She’s a member of the Metropolitan Council and serves the state of Minnesota’s Parks & Trails Legacy advisory committee and the board of the American Swedish Institute. In every role, she’s known for her dedication to meaningful and measurable impact and promotion of regional goals for equity in BIPOC communities.