Former Mayor R.T. Rybak on FIRST PERSON RADIO 9/21/16

Join Laura Waterman Wittstock and Roy Taylor on Wednesday September 21, 2016 as they talk with former Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak. He is the author of "Pothole Confidential" about his 12 years as Mayor of Minneapolis, serves as a Senior Advisor for Municipal Practice at Living Cities and is a Vice Chair of the Democratic National Committee. We’ll discuss his book and his views on his beloved city of Minneapolis.
 
R.T. Rybak has served as President and CEO of The Minneapolis Foundation since 2016.

As leader of one of the oldest and largest community foundations in the country, Rybak oversees the management of nearly $700 million in assets; the administration of more than 1,200 charitable funds created by individuals, families, and businesses; and the average annual distribution of more than $50 million in grants.

A Minneapolis native, R.T. Rybak spent almost 30 years working in journalism, the commercial real estate business, publishing and the Internet before being elected mayor of Minneapolis (2002-2013) in his first run for public office. Most recently he served as Executive Director of Generation Next a coalition of civic, business and school leaders focused on closing the racial achievement gap in Minneapolis and Saint Paul.

 
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