The Anoka-Ramsey Community College Coon Rapids Foundation has elected four new members to its board of directors – Ryan Carlson, John Jung, Randy Leja and Eric Olson.
Carlson, a resident of Ramsey, is a vice president and senior treasury management sales consultant with Wells Fargo. He has been with Wells Fargo since 2003.
He holds a bachelor of arts in communications degree with a minor in business from Bethel University.
His volunteer experience includes being vice president of communications for the Bethel Business and Economics Association and Habitat for Humanity.
Jung, a resident of Elk River, is the area director of career solutions for Doherty Staffing Services.
He holds a degree in aeronautical studies and mass communications from the University of North Dakota. His volunteer experience includes president of the Anoka Area Chamber of Commerce and coaching youth baseball and football.
Leja is the director of home health and hospice for Mary T. Inc., Coon Rapids.
He holds a degree in accounting from the University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire, is a member of the Minnesota Homecare Association, is a past president of the Duluth East Athletic Association and past activities director for Holy Rosary School in Duluth.
Olson is the owner and president of Speedro Imaging in Fridley and holds a bachelor of science degree in business administration with a minor in finance from Moorhead State University.
He is active in the community serving as board chairperson for Anoka County United, board member of the Twin Cities North Chamber of Commerce and Minnesota Metro North Tourism Bureau, and president of the Minnesota Hockey Officials Association.
Foundation members are charged with promoting awareness and understanding of the college and its educational, cultural and developmental value to the surrounding communities.
According to the foundation by-laws, directors are elected for a three-year term and are eligible to serve two consecutive three-year terms.
To learn more about the foundation, contact the college’s director of institutional advancement, Marc Johnson at 763-422-6112 or email [email protected].