Meet Our Coaches
Hey everyone! I am Lindsey Jansen and I am from Loomis, CA, a suburb of Sacramento, but I'm super excited to be in Minnesota for the summer. I am an incoming sophomore at St. Olaf College (Go Oles!!!), and I am studying to get a double major in Mathematics and Spanish with a concentration in Management Studies. I'm excited to work with all these kids this summer because I love all the different personalities I get to interact with and the creativity each kid has. Coaching and mentoring has always been something I'm passionate about and BrainyAct allows for a unique and rewarding atmosphere to coach.
Hi, I am Sam Kroening, I am from Plymouth, Minnesota and am about to start my junior year at Saint Louis University where I am studying Psychology with a minor in Entrepreneurship and Service Leadership. The reason why I want to work at Kinuu this summer is that I want to make a difference in the lives of children with learning disabilities. I myself, have ADD and it is really rewarding to see kids, who are going through similar things that I did when I was their age, succeed and feel really good about themselves and the work they are doing.
Hi! My name is Kalli Engen and I'm from Shakopee, MN. I am currently attending the University of St. Thomas in Saint Paul, MN and studying Physical Therapy with a minor in Exercise Science. (Go Tommies!)
This is my first time coaching for BrainyAct this summer. I'm so excited to work with kids this summer. I love working with kids and seeing them better themselves! Mentoring has always been a big part of my life and it is very rewarding seeing them improve and feel really good about themselves!
Hi, My name is Christian Lowery and I am from the city of Tonka Bay, Minnesota and have lived there for twenty years. For high school, I attended Saint Thomas Academy and graduated in 2016. I am currently a junior in the college of engineering at Marquette University and studying Biomedical Engineering. I am really excited to work at Kinuu this summer because I look forward to seeing the strides that these kids make in their abilities to learn and interact with others socially.