Fellows Discuss Poverty May 4, 2017 By Collegeville Institute Leave a Comment The Collegeville Institute Fellows met recently at the Minnesota Humanities Center to discuss issues of poverty in the Twin Cities. The Collegeville Institute Fellows met on May 1-2, 2017 to explore together the issue of poverty and how faith communities can best help those in poverty. They heard from and dialogued with: Gail Dorfman, Executive Director, St. Stephens Human Services, member of the Metropolitan Council, and former Hennepin County Commissioner Sean Kershaw, Executive Director, Citizens League Adair Mosley, Chief Innovation Officer, Pillsbury United Communities Gary Reierson, Program Director, reflecting on his 40 years in faith-based social justice ministry Cathy ten Broeke, State Director to Prevent and End Homelessness This cohort of the Fellows will meet one more time before the program concludes in July, 2017. Like this post? Subscribe to have new posts sent to you by email the same day they are posted.