Gail Dorfman

"As a former elected official, I'm a strong advocate for Ranked Choice Voting because I believe that majority support promotes better governance and that it's also the answer to restoring civility in our elections. With RCV, we can have real dialogue about real issues!”
 
Ending homelessness is the focus of Gail Dorfman’s work and her professional passion. She’s executive director of St. Stephen’s Human Services and also serves on the Metropolitan Council. Dorfman served for 14 years as the Hennepin County Commissioner representing District 3. She led numerous initiatives aimed at ending homelessness, including creating the Hennepin County Affordable Housing Incentive Fund, leading the Heading Home Hennepin Collaborative, and launching Project Homeless Connect. Prior to serving on the Hennepin County Commission, Dorfman served the city of St. Louis Park as a city councilor and, later, as mayor. She holds a master’s degree in public administration from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government.

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