Savannah B. Carlson to Serve as Human Resource and Communication Director

Savannah Carlson (Admin Assist)The Minnesota Conference Board voted on Tuesday, September 20, 2016, to ask Savannah B. Carlson to serve as the Human Resources Director and Communication Director. We are very pleased to have her take on this new role.

Savannah graduated from Union College in Lincoln, Nebraska, with degrees in Business Administration and Communication. She was the editor-in-chief for the Union College newspaper during her time in college 2010-11. Prior to accepting her current position in the Minnesota Conference, she served as Office Manager and Registrar for Atlanta North School in Dunwoody, Georgia, and as a Talent Consultant in Human Resources at Park Ridge Health in Hendersonville, North Carolina. Savannah brings valued experience and a track record of success to Minnesota Conference. She was awarded a Service Excellence Award in December, 2012 and she was a member of the National Who’s Who Honor Society in 2011.

We are confident that Savannah will bring the same energy and devotion to her responsibilities as Human Resource Director as she has in her previous role within the Conference office. Savannah is an excellent writer, and we are glad she has accepted to serve as Communication Director, relieving Brian Mungandi, who remains in his present role as Vice President for Administration and Sabbath School director. Savannah also takes over the Human Resources role held by the former Vice President for Finance, Reggie Leach. Please join us to welcome Savannah Carlson to her new role as Human Resources Director and Communication Director. Let’s keep our EYES on eternity.

Brian Mungandi, VP for Administration

e-TNL Staff: Brian Mungandi, Director; Melisa Mauk, Website-editor; Carol Lyons, Editor

E-mail: mnsdanewsletter@gmail.com Website: www.mnsdanewsletter.wordpress.com

e-TNL is an informational bulletin issued by the Communications Department of the Minnesota Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. You are free to re-print any portion of the bulletin without need for special permission. However, we kindly request that you identify e-TNL whenever you publish these materials.

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