All Square Team
FOUNDER & CEO
Emily is a civil rights attorney in Minneapolis with a background in housing, architecture and public policy. She was born in St. Paul, grew up in Wahpeton, North Dakota and spent the last thirteen years in New York, Atlanta, and New Orleans.
Prior to launching All Square, Emily worked on issues of prisoner reentry, fair housing and segregation for the Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD). Her hope with All Square is to leverage her talent, privilege, and network to empower those historically excluded while dismantling the divides that are isolating and destabilizing communities across the country.
EMILY HUNT TURNER
Emily Hunt Turner, Founder & CEO
Randall Smith is a 2019-2020 graduate of All Square and co-founder of the All Square Fellow Fund, which provides direct capital to formerly incarcerated leaders in the Twin Cities in the form of seed capital and/or financial relief.
He is also a civil rights advocate, entrepreneur, and owner of Israel's Car Clinic, a forthcoming mobile detailing business slated to open in Spring 2021.
Randall Smith, Restaurant Manager &
Onika Goodluck is a chef, entrepreneur, and owner of Daddy's Kitchen, LLC, a Caribbean-American soul food catering company in the Twin Cities. Her love for cooking and her business is inspired by her late father, Ronald Hardin, who could whip up a delicious meal out of scraps and leftovers -- consistently delivering amazing cuisine even when everyone else assumed that there wasn’t enough ingredients in the house to do so.
Onika graduated from All Square's inaugural cohort and was promoted as a culinary assistant in August 2019.
Onika Goodluck, Restaurant Manager &
Sara Stamschror-Lott is the Wellness Director of All Square and the co-owner of Creative Kuponya ( which literally means Creative Healing). Sara has been working as an individual and family therapist for over a decade and has a specialty in treating trauma, depression and anxiety.
Sara prides herself in being an untraditional therapist, using experience, body movement, art, music and animals as a leverage for healing. Sara believes that moving the body, while processing trauma, is the key to altering the way the brain/body connection manifests mental health symptoms in the lives of her clients. Sara is also a MN Board Approved Supervisor and mentors up and coming therapist in the field
Sara Stamschror-Lott, Wellness Director
John D. Goeppinger is a rising 3L at the University of Minnesota, and Robina Public Interest Scholar Recipient. Prior to attending law school, John ran a consultancy that provided a host of nonprofits and social enterprises throughout the Twin Cities with strategic planning, fund development, and communications.
John’s legal education has focused on Employment and Housing Law, with a specific concentration on his work in the Consumer Protection Clinic, of which he will be the Student Director in his 3L year. John loves puzzles, and is incredibly excited to use the skills he’s gained in law school to advocate and fight for social justice.
John Goeppinger, Attorney
Roula is first and foremost a people person. She earned a degree in Social Justice with a focus on houselessness in Minnesota from Hamline University. As an asylee to the U.S, she brings tremendous empathy, learned and lived experience in dealing with structural racism and bias. She started her career as an AmeriCorps Member, which jump started her track towards housing equity, advocacy and justice for families. Roula spent 8 years fostering relationships and establishing family housing support and stability with Project for Pride in Living. She recognizes the importance of environmental justice and the healing power of nature. She spent several years working on environmental justice issues, providing education and resources on waste and sustainable living with Eureka Recycling. She also plans, coordinates, and hosts city-wide events as a volunteer development committee member for Headwaters Foundation for Justice, centering on community-led grantmaking across Minnesota. Outside of work, you can find her gardening, biking, cooking and baking, or hanging out with her family including her husband Dan and perfect cat, Nelly.
Roula Alkatout, Development Manager & Mobility Mentor
Mary Yeboah graduated from the University of St.Thomas with a degree in Biology. Her interest in community engagement led her to an opportunity as a VISTA team member with All Square, where she is currently working on capacity building and data analytics as it relates to the intersection of public health, community, and incarceration.
During her free time, Mary enjoys walks, reading, and watching movies.
Mary Yeboah, Capacity Builder
A graduate of the All Square Fellowship's 2020 cohort, Raygne is the Founder of Camilla's Playhouse—an LGBTQ+ sex-positive brand and forthcoming adult entertainment service that aims to uproot and transform the discrimination inherent in the adult entertainment industry for Black and Brown, LGTBQ+, plus-sized individuals.
Raygne Parker, Administrative Assistant
Board of Directors
Jessi Rajtar Wagner is an attorney, currently serving as Associate General Counsel for McGough Construction Co., LLC. Prior to joining McGough, Jessi was a Risk Manager for M. A. Mortenson Company where she was primarily responsible for managing the company's annual insurance renewal as well as providing a range of day-to-day project support, including identifying and mitigating risk.
Jessi is an alumna of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and holds a J.D. from William Mitchell College of Law. She is passionate about leveraging knowledge and experience to provide access to information and opportunities that advance social justice.
JESSI RAJTAR WAGNER
Jessi Rajtar Wagner, Co-Chair
Mai-Anh Kapanke is the Associate Vice President of Philanthropic Services at the Saint Paul & Minnesota
Foundation where she and her team have the privilege of working with charitable donors. Mai-Anh has more than two decades of experience in nonprofit management, fundraising, donor relations andcommunications.
Prior to the Saint Paul & Minnesota Foundation, she served as the executive director of The Sanneh Foundation, a charitable foundation serving youth and families on Saint Paul’s East Side
and around the state, and MENTOR Minnesota, a statewide capacity building nonprofit that serves a network of 200 youth mentoring programs.
Mai-Anh Kapanke, Co-Chair
Darcy Flinn is a Certified Public Accountant with experience in financial reporting, internal controls and compliance, information technology, and strategic planning. She is currently the CFO of Avivo, a Minneapolis-based nonprofit that specializes in pairing chemical and mental health services with career education and employment services to men, women, and families with complex barriers such as homelessness, unemployment, chemical addiction or mental health concerns.
Prior to joining Avivo, Darcy was an Audit Manager at Deloitte and then spent 7 years within various leadership roles at Xcel Energy. She has served on the Avivo board of directors, is a member of Women United and is passionate about giving back to the community and helping others.
Darcy Flinn, Treasurer
Bruce Reilly is the Deputy Director at Voice of the Experienced (VOTE), an organization in New Orleans committed to engaging and empowering directly impacted people who take a community health approach to criminal justice reform. Bruce's direct legal representation began over two decades ago as a young jailhouse lawyer, and led him towards community organizing and policy advocacy. His report regarding criminal background checks in public housing was central to New Orleans creating a policy now lauded by HUD as the national model. He was a leader in Rhode Island’s successful state constitutional amendment to restore voting rights and also passing a statewide Ban the Box law applying to all employers, public and private. Bruce is also the architect of VOTE v. Louisiana, a lawsuit filed in 2016 to allow himself and 70,000 other taxpaying people living in the community to regain their citizenship and ability to vote while on probation or parole. He is a co-founder of the Formerly Incarcerated, Convicted People and Families Movement, a national network of criminal justice reformers, and also of Transcending Through Education Foundation (TTEF), providing college scholarships and mentorship for people inside prison and transitioning out. Bruce is an artist, writer, father, and graduate of Tulane Law.
Bruce Reilly, Director
Chelsea Lowman is the Director of Social Responsibility for the Minnesota Timberwolves and Lynx, where she leads the organization's corporate social responsibility programming, philanthropic efforts, and player and employee community engagement. Chelsea has spent the last decade connecting sports teams and their communities in similar positions throughout the MiLB, AHL, and Collegiate Summer League.
Raised in Virginia, Chelsea is a proud graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University. She is passionate about all things art, dance, and musical theatre.
Chelsea Lowman, Director
Eva has a passion for employee and community engagement. Her key strengths lie in values-based decision-making, collaborative leadership and conflict resolution.
She is also a Qualified Neutral mediator with the State of Minnesota. Her profession is Human Resources with specialist and generalist experiences, and she currently serve as a Board Member for the Conflict Resolution Center and All Square.
Eva Nsereko, Director
Founder of the Father's Project in the Twin Cities, Guy Bowling understands from personal experience the challenges of parenting, especially without positive role models. His lifework has focused on helping young, low-income men transform into responsible and involved fathers. He sees the struggles and barriers these men face in the child support, criminal justice, public assistance, child welfare and education systems. He wants these systems to work together to better support engagement of fathers and to increase the economic stability of families.
Guy Bowling, Director
Joe Clark is the owner of Cobble Social House, an intimate cocktail bar that opened in the North Loop in 2019. Joe has an extensive background in the hospitality industry, specifically food and beverage. He began when he moved to NYC in 2000 with restaurants and in 2003 began his career with Tao Group. While at Tao Group he aided in opening and operating many of the highest grossing nightclubs in NYC.
In 2015 Joe moved back to Minnesota and began working on Cobble Social House.
Joe Clark, Director
Melissa is a Corporate Relationship Officer for Greater Twin Cities United Way, responsible for the year-round relationship management of United Way’s top corporate partners. She oversees year-round giving, sponsorships, volunteerism and employee engagement for these companies. Melissa connects each corporate partner’s mission and passions to the important work of United Way.
Community is something she’s chosen for herself through a process of self-discovery. Being part of a community means being a part of something greater than yourself.
Melissa lives in south Minneapolis with her husband, Keith. She has two young adult children, Kristina and Andrew. Melissa adores traveling and will go anywhere for an adventure! Cooking for family and friends makes her happy, too.