LVC appoints Anderson-Rosetti regional director
Lutheran Volunteer Corps (LVC) has named Kristin Anderson-Rosetti its Twin Cities regional director. She will be responsible for building LVC’s program in the Twin Cities, supporting LVC volunteers, working with local social justice organizations and ministries, and strengthening relationships with local LVC supporters.
LVC is a national servant-leadership program that unites people to work for peace with justice. Volunteers live together in intentional community, practice simple and sustainable living, and work full-time with social justice organizations. It is an affiliate of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and a member of Lutheran Services in America.
Anderson-Rosetti brings experience in placing, training and supporting short- and long-term volunteers in faith-based settings in the United States, Italy and Palestine. She served as project coordinator for Operation Dove in Italy and Palestine, and as a team leader for Christian Peacemaker Teams in the United States and Palestine.
A native of Willmar, Minnesota, Anderson-Rosetti is a 2001 graduate of Dordt College, Sioux Center, Iowa. After college she served as a crew leader at Urban Promise Center in Camden, New Jersey, and then as a short-term volunteer with the Mennonite Central Committee in Egypt.
The Twin Cities LVC office is housed at Christ English Lutheran Church, 3210 Oliver North, Minneapolis. Anderson-Rosetti can be reached at 612/529-2945 or KAnderson-Rosetti@LutheranVolunteerCorps.org.
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