Andrea L. Egbert is a freelance graphic designer with 21 years of experience specializing in brand identity and print design. She enjoys partnering with non-profit organizations, including Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin River Valleys, Urban Oasis, Hamline Church, and various schools and school groups. Other clients include 45th Parallel Distillery, College Nannies + Sitters + Tutors, and Lifetouch. Andrea lives in Highland Park with her husband and three children.
Anne has been part of Friends of Highland Arts since its inception. Working as a high school guidance counselor, Anne has observed that despite our rich artistic and cultural backdrop of St. Paul, our schools consistently lack funding for arts education. Anne has seen up close the difference a vibrant arts curriculum makes on the holistic education of a student and builds an environment where all students belong. Anne looks forward to a day when FHA helps create a venue in our broader Highland Park community for an arts and recreation center to showcase the talents of our neighbors and bring people together
When not working or volunteering for FHA, she spends her free time with friends, practicing gentle yoga and going for long bike rides with her husband. Additionally, Anne loves dogs and is continually entertained by her family’s dog Buster.
Andrew Gilbert holds a Master of Nonprofit Management degree from Hamline University and has spent the last ten years with a focus on strategic planning, board and team development, stakeholder engagement, and business process improvement.