Gail Rosenblum | Star Tribune
Inspired Editor

Gail Rosenblum is editor of the Inspired section. She's also an author, journalism instructor and public speaker who has worked for newspapers and magazines for nearly 40 years. 

Rosenblum has a bachelor's degree and a master's degree in journalism, and has received awards from the Society of Professional Journalists, the American Association of Feature and Sunday Editors, the Associated Press and Parenting Publications of America. She is the mother of three young adult children and the bonus mom of three others.


John Everett Till and the Family Partnership help families help themselves

The nonprofit is the first in Minnesota to test a grant-funded program that sends coaches into at-risk households weekly for up to 18 months.


New Fairview program brings mental health professionals to the workplace

Rene Coult-Calendine of Fairview Health shares the program's goals and her hope for a new way to talk about overall well-being.


Career coach Chad Ellsworth helps us get out of our own way

Chad Ellsworth knows that the road to self-improvement is bumpy. Often the biggest roadblock? Look in the mirror. Ellsworth is a career coach at the…


A leader with a vision to build community in Bemidji

Tuleah Palmer's nonprofit, Northwest Indian Community Development Center, won a $500,000 Bush Prize for community innovation.


Walser CEO drives home importance of work-life balance

Beginning Jan. 1, Walser will offer paid parental leave as part of its continuing drive toward family-friendly policies.


Twin Cities-based movement gives retired men a place to talk, give back and feel valued

The Hopkins-based Men's Shed is part of an international movement to address growing concern about isolation and loneliness, particularly among men post-retirement.


Leadership means taking care of everyone

Wy Spano has studied, spoken and written about leadership throughout his professional life.


Ann Bancroft Foundation's new director wants girls to dream big

She's only weeks into her role, but Katie Lauer has been preparing for the job much of her life.


Minnesota Children's Museum channels Mister Rogers with exhibit about kindness

The exhibit, which runs through Jan. 6, is "full of activities that help visitors reflect, connect and explore emotions in a positive way."


Struggling with setting holiday expectations for your kids? Here's help

Marcia Alexander, a Thrivent financial adviser and mother of three boys, says this isn't just prime shopping season, it's prime teaching season.