We’re delighted to introduce five new members of the Achieve Twin Cities board of directors, who bring a wide variety of professional backgrounds and expertise to our board leadership. They include:
Laura Day, senior advisor for the Minnesota Twins. Laura is the club’s former executive vice president of business development and has also worked with the Minnesota Wild and former Victory Sports. She has served on the board of directors of the Greater Twin Cities United Way, as a executive committee member and board member of the Minneapolis Downtown Council, and a member of the Minnesota Women’s Economic Roundtable.
Sarah Quayle, senior director of Employee Experience and Organizational Change at Andersen Corporation. Sarah also brings experience from Medtronic as director of global transformation / change and chief of staff for global talent, and from Cargill as senior leader for organization, performance and change. She has also worked as a consultant in change management and a training lead for human resource transformation.
Caralie Rosium, director of marketing and creative services at APi Group. Caralie is the owner of CaralieDesigns and has also worked at Fairview Health Services. She is a graduate of Penn State University.
Brian Roth, partner at McKinsey & Company. Brian holds a M.B.A. from the Carlson School of Management and has also worked as a venture investment analyst for Best Buy Capital and a senior process engineer for Koch Industries.
Sam Walling, financial markets partner at Jones Day. A seasoned commercial and risk mitigation litigator, Sam is a former partner at Robins Kaplan LLP and has also served as a judicial law clerk for the Minnesota Court of Appeals and a financial analyst for Health East.
We're thankful to these new board members for their dedicated service and commitment to our mission and our young people. Meet our full board of directors.