Tina Kruse



Youth leadership coach and consultant


Whether in the role of college professor, academic advisor, or education consultant, Tina Kruse focuses on facilitating others to reach their potential. She holds a PhD in Educational Psychology and specializes in the cognitive, social and emotional development of young adult students, as well as in enhancing community-based, experiential learning. Tina has taught in the Educational Studies department at Macalester College in St. Paul for 15 years, where she co-directs a faculty program to enhance reflection and lifelong-learning skills. Her 2019 book, Making Change: Youth social entrepreneurship as an approach to positive youth and community development , is now part of Oxford University Press’ series on “Social Justice & Community Youth Practice.” She is also consulting author of the United Nations’ 2019 World Youth Report , which promotes youth social entrepreneurship as a key vehicle towards the 2030 Agenda to reduce inequality in all forms.
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