More than 30 million children benefit daily. Read about the program from the perspective of a former free-lunch kid. Published August 24 2010
Read about a regular guy getting onto a federal committee. Published August 15 2010
Young people are learning life skills as they work on a riverboat destined to be a floating classroom. Published August 10 2010
How one U.S. town is making micro-financing capital and support available to "want-to-be entrepreneurs." Published August 4 2010
Donna Rae Scheffert is a facilitator, consultant and writer. Find more information online at www.online-leadership-tools.com.
She lives in Minnesota with her husband and teenage son and daughter.
Honors and awards include University of Minnesota -Distinguished Extension Campus Faculty ...Read More
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