Speaker Date Topic
Club Service/Club Social Jan 26, 2021
Club Service/Club Social
Dan Tranter, MN Department of Health Feb 02, 2021
Carbon Monoxide
Carbon Monoxide

VIRTUAL MEETING

 

Dan Tranter is the supervisor of the Indoor Air Unit at the Minnesota Department of Health. He has been with the Indoor Air Unit since 2001 and has a Master of Public Health Degree from the University of Minnesota. The Indoor Air Unit conducts research, education, and outreach concerning indoor air quality, especially radon, mold, and carbon monoxide. Unit staff also regulate smoking in public places, air quality in enclosed sports arenas, and radon professional licensure.

Jaime Chismar, Founder Feb 09, 2021
All Are Welcome Here
All Are Welcome Here

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Jaime Chismar is a graphic designer and photographer living in St. Louis Park. In 2016, she founded All Are Welcome Here, a woman-owned Minnesota-based business based on a simple idea: respect and compassion for all. All Are Welcome Here makes beautiful products that promote a more welcoming world and gives 10-20% of sales back to organizations that do the same: $70,000 and counting. All Are Welcome Here loves working with schools, businesses, non-profits, religious organizations, and communities on customized campaigns and events.

Jaime Chismar is a freelance designer and photographer working in Minneapolis, MN. Her company, Super Deluxe Design Studio, specializes in branding, content and social strategy, and interactive and web design. As an undergrad, Chismar studied to be a photojournalist, then fell in love with the web. As a proud Minnesotan, Jaime feels a strong connection to the people and places in the state. From her small back yard to the vibrant Twin Cities community with its abundant natural wonders, she enjoys sharing her discoveries and adventures near and far in her photo blog.

Meredith Cornett Mar 02, 2021
Deconstructing Bambi
Deconstructing Bambi

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Meredith Cornett is the Science Director for The Nature Conservancy in Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota. In addition to her position with The Nature Conservancy, Cornett is an adjunct member of the graduate faculty at the University of Minnesota’s Conservation Sciences Program. Cornett’s expertise lies in climate change, forest ecology, restoration, and science communications. Her current work at the Conservancy is focused on Natural Climate Solutions and Resilient and Connected Lands & Waters.

She and her family live in the Northwoods of Minnesota, where they tend bee hives, harvest sunlight, and coexist with neighbor both tame and wild.