Leaders

Gina Dingman

Gina Dingman

Commercial real estate veteran Gina Dingman has a long track record brokering property sales. When the industry was at a low point after the recession in 2010, Dingman launched her

Collin Barr

Maybe the guy on the street doesn’t know Collin Barr’s name, but during his career Barr has done much to shape the landscape of the Twin Cities. Back in the

Elise Hernandez

Elise Hernandez just made it big. Her company, Minnetonka-based Ideal Systems Solutions, was one of 65 firms recently awarded a stake in a $20 billion, 10-year federal contract for information
Chuck Kummeth

Chuck Kummeth

Chuck Kummeth spent more than two decades working for Maplewood-based 3M Corp., serving as vice president of the company’s medical division from 2006 to 2008. In 2013 he took the
Carl Casale

Carl Casale

Carl Casale, a former CFO of Monsanto, has been leading the nation’s largest member-owned cooperative since 2011. He has presided over tremendous growth. CHS—an agriculture and energy business that formed

Bruce Engelsma

Kraus-Anderson, which traces its history back to 1897, has grown with the city of Minneapolis. The firm has been privately owned and managed by the Engelsma family for more than

Bill Ulland

Pope Francis is a tough act to follow for any Christian leader, but Brad Hewitt, CEO of Thrivent, is running a close second by breaking new ground for the Minneapolis-based
Barb Johnson

Barb Johnson

Barb Johnson isn’t worried about being popular. The Fourth Ward rep and president of the Minneapolis City Council is perhaps the last of its old-school DFLers, holding a seat that