Ted Kolderie had a position (Former Director) at Citizens League

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Title Former Director
Start Date 1967-00-00
End Date 1980-00-00
Is Current no
Notes Citizens League From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search Citizens League Motto Recommending and advancing creative solutions to policy problems. Founded 1952 Type nonpartisan think tank Headquarters St. Paul, MN, United States Key people Pahoua Yang Hoffman, Executive Director Revenue (2015) $1,050,866[1] Expenses (2015) $831,416[1] Website www.citizensleague.org The Citizens League is a nonpartisan think tank based in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area of Minnesota. It was established in 1952 as a good government advocacy and policy group. The first Citizens League board of directors was elected on February 14, 1952; the League's first president was Stuart Leck. Dues were $5. In the past 65 years, the Citizens League has had only seven executive directors: Ray Black (1952–1958); Verne Johnson (1958–1967); Ted Kolderie (1967–1980); Curt Johnson (1980–1991); Lyle Wray (1992–2003); Sean Kershaw (2003–December 1, 2017); Pahoua Yang Hoffman (present). Records[edit] Records of the Citizens League are available for research use. They include minutes (1971-1981), correspondence, reports (1958-1984), subject files, notebooks, financial information, and printed materials.[2] References[edit] ^ Jump up to: a b "Citizens League" (PDF). Foundation Center. Retrieved 4 April 2017. ^ Citizens League Records

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