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A.J. Hagen, B.S.
AJ Hagen received a bachelor’s degrees in Pure Mathematics and Physics from Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska, before returning to the Twin Cities, where he had grown up and spent most of his life. As a lover of all things math, he has spent his years since graduation teaching high schoolers and college students across all ranges of mathematics and sciences. And as a lover of tech and community activism, he has been eager to put the skills he has learned to use, utilizing what he knows to help problem solve and improve the lives of people around him.
When AJ isn’t working away at some new passion (usually involving spreadsheets), he’s out enjoying the sights and scenes of the Twin Cities, including a newfound interest gardening. He also enjoys reading and playing chess, when he can find the time for it!
Alicia Bellefeuille graduated Summa Cum Laude from University of South Dakota (USD) with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a minor in Spanish. At USD, she served on the executive board of the service organization which reaches out to Vermillion community members of all ages. Through her involvement in this organization along with her experience as a Home Health Aide, Alicia more thoroughly developed her passion to work with individuals to improve their quality of life. She now will continue her education at University of Minnesota to purse a Doctorate in Physical Therapy, so that she may have the knowledge to further help individuals promote their overall wellness.
Brooke Rempfer has her BS in Business Marketing from North Dakota State University. During her time in school, she realized a passion for helping others in a clinical setting. She worked as a Certified Nurse Assistant and Health Unit Coordinator in the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit and decided she wanted to pursue her degree in nursing. Upon graduation, she applied to nursing school, and was accepted to Metropolitan State University for their Bachelor of Science in Nursing. This accomplishment will allow her to follow her passion of caring for others in a clinical role.
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