The Summit University Planning Council has five seats for organizations in the district to be on the Board. These are the current organizations that have been elected:
Hallie Q. Brown Community Center Steve Wilson
One of the oldest and most recognized human service organizations in the Twin Cities, HQB has served residents of St. Paul and the Summit-University community for over 75 years. HQB’s mission is “to provide critical human services, promote personal growth and foster community leadership with a primary focus in the Summit-University area.”
Ramsey Hill Association Judy Tande
RHA works towards maintaining and improving the quality of its neighborhood through providing opportunities for neighborhood social interaction, supporting architectural and historic preservation within the association’s boundaries, partnering with the City to maintain neighborhood parks, publishing neighborhood newsletter, providing Community Partnership grants. Membership is open to all residents within the Association’s boundaries.
Unity Church-Unitarian Virginia Martin
The mission of Unity Church-Unitarian is to engage people in a free and inclusive religious community that encourages the lives of integrity, service, and joy. As such, Unity Church strives to be a visible leader and partner, making a positive impact in our neighborhood and in the world.
Aurora St. Anthony Neighborhood Development Association Donna Evans
ASANDC was established in 1980 as a neighborhood watch and crime prevention community group. In 1994, it transitioned into a CDC and has balanced development initiatives with continued community engagement, organizing, and education for the neighborhood’s many evolving issues. The mission is to foster positive relationships within and between neighborhoods.
Asian Economic Development Association Audrey Park
AEDA was formed in 2006 by Asian small business owners, community leaders and activists in response to the building of the Green Line light rail transit. Since our founding, we have grown to respond to the changing needs of our community, developing and offering programs to further advance our mission while sustaining direct engagement of the lower income constituencies we represent. Our programs serve both Saint Paul and Minneapolis. We work in collaboration with partners to achieve our objectives.