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SAPCC is located in the historic Security Building at Raymond and University Avenues. Our mailing address is 2395 University Ave, Suite 300E. The public entrance and stairs/elevator are on the east side of the building at 757 Raymond Avenue.

Our office is right on the Green Line LRT Raymond Station, and easily accessible for interns and other neighbors served by bus routes 16 (University of MN, St. Paul College), 63 (University of St. Thomas, Macalester College, Metro State), 67 (Augsburg College, Hamline University), and 87 (UMN St. Paul campus). Plenty of street parking is also available (metered on Raymond, free on Charles or Territorial).

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Staff

Kathryn Murray, Executive Director

 Kathryn Murray is an artist, professional photographer, and nonprofit administrator in the Twin Cities. She attended the Minneapolis College of Art & Design for photography, and is a graduate of St. Mary’s University of Minnesota with an MA in Arts & Cultural Management. Kathryn previously served on the SAPCC board, and sat on the Equity and Land Use Committees. She enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter, experimenting with alternative photography and natural dyes, gardening, and going up north.

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Roberto de Freitas, Community Organizer

Roberto de Freitas adores family, children, and is accepting of others. He is committed to making a difference in lives of others. His education background includes a recent MA at the University of Minnesota from the department of Organizational Leadership Policy and Development focusing on the Psychology of group dynamics social interactions. As an intern with the Office of Higher Education, he gained experience working with legislators and in crafting legislation for student teachers. His experience has prepared him for participation in working across difference initiatives, and to excel in this role. Roberto excels at providing exceptional organizational and time-management expertise, and ensuring and engaging learning experience for lifting community voices.

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Ana Begej, GIS Specialist

Ana comes from a background in transportation and community advocacy from their work at Cycles for Change and connections in the bicycle industry.  They are interested in supporting community initiatives to work with and better understand data through a spatial lens.

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