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Dr. Shana Sniffen (BF'13) delivers culturally relevant treatments for the Karen community.
by Syl Jones
Face It TOGETHER is transforming how communities address addiction.
by Mo Perry
Rural Minnesotans reevaluate how to find a new generation of leaders.
by Morgan Mercer
ArtPlace puts art and artists at the center of community development.
Injecting new voices into philanthropy.
Using human-centered design to plan a new kind of grocery store in north Minneapolis.
Makram El-Amin (BF'14), Imam of Masjid An-Nur in north Minneapolis, has dedicated himself to building ties to religious leaders of various faiths.
Q&As with past Bush Fellows.
Illustrations by Allegra Lockstadt
How Coffee House Press Inspires Sun Yung Shin (BF'07).
by Venessa Fuentes
Five questions people ask themselves before they become highly effective leaders.
by Anita Patel, Leadership Programs Director
Bush Fellows share insights from their leadership journey.
Get to know Bush Foundation board member Tracey Zephier.
Board Member Q&A
How Dr. Shana Sniffen uses her trauma-informed approach to work with patients.
Ehtaw Dwee’s personal journey to becoming the first board president of the Karen Organization of Minnesota and co-director of KCDC.
Commander David Kvam ensures the Maplewood Police Department’s involvement in the KCDC.
Interview by Syl Jones
How a background in narrative medicine helped tell the story "Different Ways of Knowing."
Continuing Bush's legacy — supporting people pursuing medical careers.
David Whitesock’s journey through addiction and life-changing work with Face It TOGETHER.
by Aubrey Schield
A recovering alcoholic shares her journey with Face It TOGETHER.
Archibald Bush was a generous supporter of Minnesota’s early recovery movement.
Archibald Bush knew that a person’s leadership potential could not be measured by the population of their hometown.
Bush Fellows heeding the call for civic leadership.
The Kirkbride artist residency program explores the past and future of a mental institution closed in 2006.
Making a difference in Minnesota, South Dakota and the 23 Native nations sharing that geography.
A philanthropic leader for nearly four decades, Ron McKinley dedicated time to mentor young leaders in the community.
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