Tammy Walhof, Director, Lutheran Advocacy-Minnesota
Tammy Walhof’s passion for justice has led her to volunteer with low-income families in the U.S., work for 6 years in development in Latin America, travel to various African countries, and work in advocacy for more than 20 years. Tammy’s background in public policy analysis has served her in state government, for almost 19 years at Bread for the World covering the Upper Midwest, and now at Lutheran Advocacy-MN since early 2014.
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Kendrick Hall, Hunger Advocacy Fellow
The Hunger Advocacy Fellowship is a new program made possible by ELCA World Hunger. Lutheran Advocacy-MN is blessed this year to be one of the first ELCA state public policy offices piloting the program!
Kendrick is a graduate of Gustavus Adolphus College, a leader at Redeemer Lutheran in North Minneapolis where he has also worked over the last few years, a community-oriented entrepreneur who started a coffee/bike shop near the church with friends, and a full-time Luther Seminary student. Kendrick says the police shootings of Jamar Clark in North Minneapolis and Philando Castile near St. Paul helped turn him into a vocal advocate in the political and policy arenas.
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