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.

Minnesota project uses video stories to find forever families for kids in foster care

Meet Kaycee Stanley, the woman behind the Robbinsdale-based nonprofit the Reel Hope Project.

Retiring Women's Foundation CEO happy to make room for new generation of female leaders

Lee Roper-Batker's leadership has led to changes in laws and police training.

'You changed my life': Mpls. law professor celebrated for all the lives he impacted over his 40-year career

David Weissbrodt is a pioneer and mentor in human rights.

Should you give money to people on the street? Homelessness experts weigh in

To give or not to give? That's the question many of us struggle with as we see a person holding a cardboard sign at freeway exits or along busy pedestrian malls.

She brings a public health approach to keep Minneapolis youths safe from violence

Sasha Cotton worked for years for state and federal agencies before feeling called to more grass-roots work as youth violence prevention coordinator for the city of Minneapolis.

St. Paul's PCs for People readies to expand reach as leveler of digital playing field

The St. Paul-based nonprofit is celebrating 20 years of getting refurbished computers and low-cost internet into homes across the United States.

'Cabin Cooperative' idea mixes affordable housing with Minnesota culture

Luke Nichols' passion is housing instability, because "you just never know who" will be caught in its grip.

Grieving Eden Prairie father devotes his life to ending the distracted-driving epidemic

"In every teenager on the road, I see my daughter," Vijay Dixit says of his new mission.

Mendota Heights personal trainer opens gym for athletes with special needs

Andrew Cameron elaborates on his inclusive vision for the soon-to-open Lions United Fitness Center.

Aerospace engineer takes civility to court at University of Minnesota

Ellad Tadmor believes that strengthening our democracy isn't rocket science.