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New this week:
 Meet Our Intern When Ripples Become Waves
We are pleased to introduce our summer intern, Felicia Peterson! Felicia is a rising sophomore at Macalester College. We asked Felicia what living with the End in Mind means for her:
"Keeping the End in Mind requires meaningful conversations that cannot just end with someone saying something is “weird” or brushing off uncomfortable topics..."
Read more about Felicia
Earlier this week in a packed auditorium, Jamie Bachaus (Program Manager) and Cathy Wurzer (Founder & Board Chair) shared End in Mind's origin, work to date, and plans for the future.

During the event, Cathy shared a personal story from the man who inspired End in Mind's formation, Bruce Kramer.
"Before Bruce Kramer died, he asked me to look for the ripples in our work together. I am happy to say those ripples have become waves and End in Mind is on the leading edge of a movement in this country," said Cathy.

End in Mind's work has touched many lives in Minnesota and beyond. Communities like Duluth, Rochester and Willmar are waiting for us to bring the information and inspiration needed to ignite these transformative conversations. 

Thank you to each and every one of you that showed up to learn more, make an investment, and connect with us. You are the reason our ripples have become waves.
I'm Ready to Invest in End in Mind's Future
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