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The Youthhood Team

The Youthhood was built by a talented group of people at the University of Minnesota, with a lot of help from teachers, parents, and of course, young adults throughout the Twin Cities! All of the artwork on the Youthhood was done by young adults.

Project Managers

Pam Stenhjem, Associate Director of NCSET
Megan Dushin, Information Technology Professional

Writers & Editors

Pam Stenhjem, Associate Director of NCSET
Julia Socha, Community Program Associate
John Smith, Project Coordinator
Ben Anderson-Nathe, Graduate Research Assistant
Julie Davis, Project Coordinator
Chris Opsal, Informational Representative
Ali Bendix, Editor
Andrew Johnson, Graduate Research Assistant

Artists & Designers

Jonathan Peterson, Artist
Connie Burkhart, Graphic Designer
Shawn Lawler, Information Technology (IT) Assistant-Web Developer
Ben Anderson-Nathe, Artist, Graduate Research Assistant
Rebecca Noran, Graphic Designer

Web Developers & Programmers

Joelle Tegwen, IT Professional-Web Programmer
Shawn Lawler, IT Assistant-Web Developer
Megan Dushin, IT Professional-Web Developer
Krishna Subramonia Iyer, IT Professional-Web Programmer

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