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Spotlight on OutFront Interns Part 2


Spotlight on OutFront Interns Part 2

Interns (left to right) Hannah Tuggle, Derick Schultz and Mark Carlson

Last week in E-News, we profiled our Organizing Interns. This week, we’re focusing on the interns who work in other parts of the organization.

• Mark Carlson, Policy Intern, is from Denver, Colorado. He is currently studying public policy at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota. Mark has served as a community organizer with ISAIAH and was a co-founder of an LGBT policy group, EquityLink, at the Humphrey School. He also helped direct an event on racial equity called “Shining the Light,” for Governor Dayton and 1800 guests.

• Hannah Tuggle, Anti-Violence Program Intern, is a 21-year-old from Ames, Iowa. She attends Carleton College and is majoring in Art History, Women’s and Gender Studies. In addition to being an intern at OutFront, Hannah is a Safeline Advocate for the HOPE Center in Faribault and is a member of the Campus Advocates Against Sexual Harassment & Assault. She is also a Gender and Sexuality Center Associate at Carleton College.

• Derick Schultz, Communication Intern, is a 21-year-old originally from Tulare, South Dakota. He is majoring in Speech Communications at Southwest Minnesota State University (SMSU). Last fall, he worked as a Community and Campus Organizer at SMSU for Minnesotans United for All Families. He also served as President of the campus GLBTA club for three years and is active in the Marshall/Buffalo Ridge PFLAG.

Mark, Hannah & Derick are building their skills and gaining experience in their desired field of study. We are happy to have them working with us and sharing their talents and enthusiasm.


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