ThreeSixty Welcomes New Program Manager

ThreeSixty Journalism is thrilled to welcome Christina Holmgren as its Program Manager!

In her role, Holmgren oversees ThreeSixty’s award-winning programming, student development and the program’s flagship publication, ThreeSixty Magazine.

“I'm honored to have a chance to add to the vision of the ThreeSixty Journalism team and to help elevate the voices of the high school students who contribute to the program,” Holmgren said.

Holmgren comes to ThreeSixty from the St. Thomas Law School, where since 2016 she has served as Assistant Director of Admissions. Her responsibilities included creating, managing and implementing digital content; program evaluation and recruitment; and prospective-student advising.

“Christina’s own education, blended with her writing, student advocacy and higher-ed experience, bring critical perspectives to the Program Manager role,” ThreeSixty Executive Director Chad Caruthers said.

Holmgren graduated from Hamline University with a B.A. in English and Secondary Education. While at Hamline, she spent several years as a reporter for the school newspaper, The Oracle. She is currently pursuing her M.A. in Education Leadership and Administration at St. Thomas.

“As someone who has committed my life to the field of education, I understand and believe in the importance of a community that encourages lifelong learning,” Holmgren said. “ThreeSixty’s passion for serving students and dedication to creating a diverse and inclusive learning environment make joining the program an exciting opportunity for me.”

Holmgren joins Caruthers and Engagement Manager Bao Vang on ThreeSixty’s full-time team.

“ThreeSixty is creating the next generation of diverse thinkers, communicators and leaders,” Caruthers said. “With journalism and writing continuing as our core, we’re rapidly developing a pipeline of support for our high school students and college-age ThreeSixty alumni. Christina has a lot to contribute to our legacy programming as well as our evolution.”

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