Bradford W. Wallin has served as Vice Chair of Wallin Education Partners since 2013. Prior to this role, Brad was instrumental in helping the Program to grow and sustain itself since its founding in 1992. As a current member of the Minneapolis Grain Exchange, Brad has worked in various sectors of the grain business for over 30 years. During this time, he spent 17 years as a principal of a private agricultural processing firm Montana Specialty Mills. Brad received his undergraduate degree from Carleton College and an MBA from the University of Michigan.
Wallin is currently Chair Emeritus and Board Member of the Minnesota Land Trust, Board Member and IT Chair of Fairview Health Services, Trustee of the University of Minnesota Foundation, as well on the Board of the Hill Museum and Manuscript Library. He has served in the past on the Boards of The Family Partnership, The Hennepin County Library Foundation, Compatible Technologies International, the Minnesota Medical Foundation, and the Breck School Alumni Board. In addition, as a past president of the Encampment Forest Association, Wallin helped create and found the Encampment River Preservation Fund aimed at environmental protection on Minnesota's north shore.
Brad lives in Edina with his wife Cyndy and four children. The entire Wallin Family have all done their best to support the Education Partners over the years. Thank you!
Bradford Wallin serves as Vice Chair of Board of Trustees and Chair of Investment Committee