Prins Takes Helm at District 202
The District 202 Board of Directors named Curt Prins the new Executive Director of the organization for GLBT youth. He stepped down as Acting Board Chair to move into the position. He has served on the Board since 2005, and as Board Chair since February 2009. Prins is a 15-year veteran of the tech marketing and nonprofit world. He has been an active community volunteer in the Twin Cities, working with TogetherMinnesota, Project 515, OutFront Minnesota, Human Rights Campaign Twin Cities, and Faith Family Fairness Alliance.
Open Arms Sports New Logo
For the past 23 years, Open Arms of Minnesota has provided a vital service to those living with HIV/AIDS and other debilitating illnesses. What began in 1986 with one man cooking meals in his kitchen for a few people living with AIDS has expanded into a organization serving many clients, headquartered in a new, multimillion-dollar building. It has a new logo as well, designed by IMAGEHAUS owner Jay Miller. No stranger to Open Arms, he helped create a logo that suits the widening array of services it provides. He said, “It better represents what they’re doing now, but it also embraces their heritage and past.”