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Lynnea Atlas-Ingebretson

Metropolitan Council Member, District 6  |   See District 6 map and cities

Atlas-Ingebretson is the Chief of Staff at World Savvy, a nonprofit that works to educate, engage, and inspire the next generation of changemakers, so that the K-12 education system ensures all students can thrive in our complex, global future. She served as a founding member of the State of Minnesota Parks and Trails Legacy Advisory Committee and as its inaugural chair for two years. She has also served as Director of Family and Partnerships for Minneapolis Public Schools, Director of Programs for the Charities Review Council, and Communications and Advancement Officer at Youthprise.

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Biography

Lynnea Atlas-Ingebretson lives in Golden Valley and represents District 6, which includes the cities of Crystal, Golden Valley, New Hope, St. Louis Park, and a portion of Minneapolis.

Atlas-Ingebretson is the Chief of Staff at World Savvy, a nonprofit that works to educate, engage, and inspire the next generation of changemakers, so that the K-12 education system ensures all students can thrive in our complex, global future.

She served as a founding member of the State of Minnesota Parks and Trails Legacy Advisory Committee and as its inaugural chair for two years. She has also served as Director of Family and Partnerships for Minneapolis Public Schools, Director of Programs for the Charities Review Council, and Communications and Advancement Officer at Youthprise.

“I am committed to serving as a steward of our regional natural resources, an advocate for responsible management of water resources, and a champion for equitable access and opportunities in transportation and development,” Atlas-Ingebretson said.

“Addressing equity as a park issue is vitally important. It’s critical that we keep our regional parks system accessible and thriving with expanded opportunities for historically excluded members of our community. It’s my experience and belief that we cannot be a whole people or community without quality and convenient relationships with nature and open spaces.”

Atlas-Ingebretson received her bachelor’s degree in nonprofit administration and multicultural communication from Metropolitan State University of Denver.

Contact Information
390 Robert St. N.
Saint Paul, MN 55101
Phone: 651-602-1395

lynnea.ai@metc.state.mn.us

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Atlas-Ingebretson was appointed to the Metropolitan Council by Gov. Tim Walz in March 2019.