Hamline University - Master of Nonprofit Management, School of Business

Address: 1536 Hewitt Avenue, MS-A1740, Saint Paul, Minnesota, 55104

Description: Hamline University is a nationally-ranked, comprehensive university serving nearly 4,500 students in its College of Liberal Arts, School of Education, and School of Business. It offers undergraduate, master's, doctoral, and professional degrees, as well as certificate and continuing studies programs. Governed by its Board of Trustees, Hamline is a private 501(c)3 nonprofit university. Hamline is highly ranked in its class by a number of sources including U.S. News and World Report, Forbes.com, Washington Monthly, and Princeton Review. Founded in 1854, Hamline also is Minnesota's first university and among the first coeducational institutions in the nation.

Research Specialties: Hamline School of Business prepares the next generation of business, nonprofit, and public sector leaders. Our integrated approach, which bridges theory with practice, builds upon liberal arts education’s approach to critical thinking to produce leaders who are forward-thinking, ethical, and possess a broad worldview. The School of Business awards a Master of Nonprofit Management (MNM), a Master of Business Administration (MBA), and Master (MPA) and Doctorate (DPA) of Public Administration. Students in the School of Business obtain a truly cross-sector approach to navigating careers in all three sectors.

NACC Representative: Jeannie Fox
      
Representative Bio: Professor Fox has over 20 years experience in nonprofit organizations and public agencies. She most recently served as chief of staff to former Minnesota Secretary of State, Mark Ritchie. Following a career as a senior manager in nonprofit direct service organizations, Fox lobbied on behalf of the nonprofit sector at all levels of government during a nine-year tenure as the deputy public policy director for the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits. She previously held adjunct faculty positions at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities and Duluth campuses and was a 2012 State Department Legislative Fellow in the Dominican Republic. Fox’s publications include chapters in the textbooks, “Nonprofit Management 101” and “The Lobbying and Advocacy Handbook for Nonprofit Organizations”.

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