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Mike Lynne in front of Tennis and Pickleball Shop

Mike Lynne has made a lifetime career as a entrepreneur and businessman.  He is 80 years old with no plan to retire.

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Bob Olson '65 shares the a tragedy as a child to his life-long ministry with Hospitality House and prison ministries.

A woman sits in a hole cut in a lake on a sunny winter day. She wears a hat, mittens, and bathing suit.

I wanted to serve in some capacity to shift the paradigm around how we think about health care; to stop being so reactive and to put more emphasis on how we can be proactive, says Christa Rymal '92, when explaining why she launched The Point Retreats.

Alton Olson works on a patient as a surgeon

Alton Olson '53 unlikely path of becoming a missionary doctor in India. 

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Deb Kellogg's journey of German being a struggle in High School, to teaching German for 25 years, then becoming a tenured professor and leading the German program at Normandale college for 22 years. 

A teacher stands next to a whiteboard that says "Welcome." She is smiling.

Have you ever wondered what job Ms. Ringling wouldn't be good at? Or what advice she would give her younger self? Check out this Q&A to learn more about kindergarten teacher Nancy Ringling, who has loved students at Minnehaha Academy for more than 30 years!

A woman in business clothes sits outside and smiles at the camera

Caroline Cochran '84 started out in economics because it was the practical choice. An unexpected revelation led to nearly two decades in organizational psychology and ultimately a career as a leadership coach.

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