Phillips VISTA Welcomes 2015-2016 Cohort

By August 21, 2015Foundation Blog

By Salena Acox

The start of a new term of service is always bittersweet. Saying goodbye to a wonderful group of  talented young people who have made significant impacts to their sites and had tremendous personal and professional growth can be tough. But a new cohort with different skills, experiences, personalities and interests is both energizing and exciting. We look forward to seeing how their service will impact their organizations and themselves. Please join us in welcoming our  2015-2016 Phillips VISTA Cohort.

(Standing Left-Right) Yana Lentz, RESOURCE; Emma Olson, Jay and Rose Phillips Family Foundation; Katie Muller, Dunwoody College of Technology; Bianca Williams-Ford, Summit Academy OIC; Sofi Kragness, RESOURCE; Leanny Prieto, Latino Economic Development Center; Ivy Estenson, American Indian OIC; Clarissa Goldsmith, Lifetrack Resources; Brigit Boler, American Indian OIC and Bill Gaus, RESOURCE. (Seated L-R) Daniel Gerdes, Pohlad Family Foundation; Devan Steward, Twin Cities Rise!; Katie Goodroad, Summit Academy OIC; Trent Saari, Project for Pride in Living and Mike Peterson, RESOURCE.

(Standing L-R) Yana Lentz, CAPI USA; Emma Olson, Jay and Rose Phillips Family Foundation; Katie Muller, Dunwoody College of Technology; Bianca Williams-Ford, Summit Academy OIC; Sofi Kragness, RESOURCE; Leanny Prieto, Latino Economic Development Center; Ivy Estenson, Takoda Group; Clarissa Goldsmith, Lifetrack Resources; Brigit Boler, Takoda Enterprises and Bill Gaus, RESOURCE. (Seated L-R) Daniel Gerdes, Pohlad Family Foundation; Devan Steward, Twin Cities Rise!; Katie Goodroad, Summit Academy OIC; Trent Saari, Project for Pride in Living and Mike Peterson, RESOURCE.