Gustavus Women in Leadership

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Kathi Tunheim

Kathi Tunheim worked for 26 years in various roles in the business community in the Twin Cities.  Republic Airlines, Northwest Airlines, Carlson Companies and American Express Financial Advisors kept her busy usually in an executive leadership role in the Human Resources or Marketing Department.  Kathi also founded Tunheim Leadership Group, a consulting firm where she […]

Anissa Mediger ’94

Anissa Mediger is a shareholder at one of the oldest law firms in St. Paul, Murnane Brandt. Anissa is a 1994 graduate of Gustavus majoring in geology and history and received her J.D. in 1997. Ms. Mediger represents clients both on a local and national level in the areas of toxic tort and environmental law. […]

Has Authenticity Lost Its Meaning?

Anissa Mediger, ’94 shares an article from the New York Times on the topic of authenticity. Has the word “authentic” become just another fad? Can anyone be “authentic” if their words and actions are simply scripted to appear that way? “Authentic? Get Real” is a great article on calculated authenticity. What are your thoughts?

Kari Clark ’91

Kari Clark serves as Director of Principal Gifts at Gustavus Adolphus College.  Prior to this position, she was the Director of Development at the Foundation of Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota.  Her education includes a B.A. degree from Gustavus, and a J.D. from William Mitchell College of Law.  She was admitted to the Minnesota […]

Why Women Should Stop Trying to be Perfect

Balancing career and family has always been a challenge for women. Statistics indicate that women still have a long way to go.  Are there things that we can do as women to set ourselves up for success? What role, if any, does government have in improving the situation. What about the companies themselves? Annisa Mediger […]

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Welcome to the Gustavus Women in Leadership blog! We’re glad you dropped by and hope that you will join in the conversation. We encourage your comments and ideas as we discuss any and all issues related to women in the workplace.