PO Box 22354, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55422
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Ceallaigh Anderson Smart - Founder/ Executive Director
Ceallaigh (pronounced Kelly) has worked in nonprofits for over 18 years in sectors including fundraising, consultant, programming, higher education, event planning, international travel logistics, and administration. In addition to her volunteering at Print the Love, Ceallaigh is a Development Manager at a local nonprofit that serves the elderly. With a background and education in Arts Administration from St. Mary's University (MA), Experiential/Adventure Education and Art Therapy from Prescott College (BA), and Colorado Outward Bound Alum, Ceallaigh is a great leader for Print the Love. She is passionate about running, the arts, the outdoors, social justice, fighting for the oppressed, crushing the patriarchy, and organic farming. Ceallaigh lives in Minneapolis with her husband, puppy, and two future philanthropists.
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Interested in working with Print the Love? We are currently taking applications for internship opportunities for college credit.
Jennifer Herron - Administration and Communications Manager
Sarah Fowler - Events Manager
Board of Directors
Ceallaigh Anderson Smart - Chair - "I am passionate about supporting Print the Love because… the act of giving a photo is so simple yet extremely profound, not only for the recipient and also for the giver. Spreading love and telling another that they matter doesn't have to be complicated."
Mab Nulty - Treasurer - "I am passionate about supporting Print the Love because... the gift of an instant photo is a beautiful spark of service and love that has positive rippling effects for giver, recipient and others." Mab is now retired, but used to work as a licensed psychologist in private practice. Outside of working with Print the Love, she enjoys leaning to play the harp, traveling, being active in her neighborhood’s woman’s club, creating, reading and spending time with her family (including 3 grandchildren!) and friends. Three years ago her and her husband started a small press called See Double Press and she thinks working on making it grow is very fun and fulfilling.
Stephen Smart - "I am passionate about supporting Print the Love because… as a photographer I appreciate photos and what they capture, but as a PTL participant, I’ve seen how having a photograph for the first time is so impactful to every recipient—so much happiness is expressed!" Stephen is a renaissance man - a musician, photographer, woodworker, mechanic, and has served as a junior high youth pastor for the last 17 years.
Krystal Cooper - Secretary - "I am passionate about supporting Print the Love because... I saw firsthand the value of a photograph when I served with the Peace Corps in Rwanda and neighbors shared photos of loved ones they had lost in the genocide. Life is such a fragile thing but with a photo you capture at least one shimmering moment of it." Krystal Cooper is trained as an art therapist and has worked with children in the hospital with major illnesses, adults with Alzheimer’s Disease, teen survivors of sex trafficking, and survivors of torture. She believes that beauty heals and that Print the Love helps people to experience healing by capturing a moment of beauty.
Dan Singer - "I am passionate about supporting Print the Love because... I experienced first-hand how the gift of an instant portrait breaks down barriers and reveals shared humanity across cultures.” Dan has always lived within 10 miles of the Minneapolis hospital in which he was born. While a lifelong Minneapolis resident, Dan is a frequent traveler and is committed to exploring the world. After graduating from the University of Minnesota, Dan started a career in asset management and currently works in corporate banking. His interests are exploring parks, Nice Ride cycling and seeing every exhibit at local museums.
Sonja Lemmer Martens - “ I am passionate about supporting Print the Love because... I am a mother. I cannot imagine not having pictures of my children when they were younger. Pictures of all family are so important. As an amateur genealogist, I get joy from pictures of ancestors I never met as well as family members who are no longer with us. I want to share the joy of memories and connection with others.” Outside of volunteering for Print the Love, Sonja has been an attorney in Minnesota since 1992. Sonja is married and has two, college-age children and two dogs. In her spare time she enjoys learning to garden, reading and, when possible, travelling.