Meet the Leadership
Connie Moore, Executive Director
Connie Moore began her career over 30 years ago as a volunteer at an emergency shelter for battered women. She has held a variety of positions in organizations addressing social justice issues working to eliminate all forms of oppression. Throughout her career, she has served as a member of numerous county, state and national initiatives providing leadership in creating public policies and resources that address the needs of victims of domestic and sexual violence and workforce development for low-income households.
Margaret Andersen, Director of Operations
Margaret has more than twenty-five years of experience in human resources and office administration. Before joining Alexandra House as Administrative Director in 2001, she held several positions at various financial institutions, including as a branch manager, licensed life insurance agent, and Series 6/63 securities broker.
Jackie Bridgeman, Community Program Manager
Jackie began at Alexandra House as one of the original staff providing legal advocacy for survivors of domestic violence. After leaving Alexandra House, Jackie continued her work in the community, first as a coordinator for the Coon Rapids Youth First Initiative, and then as a family law paralegal. Jackie returned to Alexandra House in 2010 to continue her work with survivors of domestic violence, with an additional focus on community education.
Tina Bronson, Director of Mission Advancement
Tina joined Alexandra House, Inc. in June 2014. Tina has over 24 years of experience in the non-profit sector, focusing on capacity building through long-term charitable contributions, marketing, communications, and public awareness campaigns. Prior to joining Alexandra House, Tina has served a number of non-profit organizations in various Marketing and Development roles; such as Cancer Support Community – Arizona, YWCA Maricopa County, Banner Health, Curry County United Way in New Mexico, and the Greater Twin Cities United Way. Tina resides in Anoka County with her husband, a retired Air Force service member, and two children.
Megan Close, Community Program Supervisor
Megan joined Alexandra House in 2015. She is currently supervising staff members who provide legal advocacy and youth services. Megan began her work in the anti-sexual assault and anti-domestic violence fields as a volunteer for Central MN Sexual Assault Center. From there she worked at The Sexual Violence Center, which served Hennepin, Scott, and Carver counties, and most recently at The Aurora Center for Advocacy & Education at The University of MN. Megan’s passions include; prevention, leadership, and social justice and her hope is to be an ally and accomplice to all survivors.
Jenny Green, Director of Housing and Supportive Services
Jenny began her work with Alexandra House, Inc. in 1991 after graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Minnesota. She has served in various roles at Alexandra House and has been serving as the Housing and Supportive Services Director since 2001. During her tenure, Jenny served in a number of capacities, from providing advocacy to youth residing in the emergency shelter to supervising shelter staff, before becoming the Housing and Supportive Services Director in 2001. She oversees the emergency shelter, follow-up services, support groups, and aging services. With a commitment and passion for helping families sustain a life without violence, Jenny has been instrumental in obtaining funding that assists homeless families who have been victims of domestic violence to obtain permanent housing. Jenny is an active member of numerous committees that address homelessness, both at a county and statewide level including Heading Home Anoka, Anoka County FHPAP Advisory Committee, and the Minnesota Coalition for the Homeless.
Sue Redmond, Director of Program Development
Sue has worked on behalf of victims/survivors of domestic and sexual violence for nearly 25 years. A graduate of the College of St. Catherine with a degree in Social Work, she has extensive experience in project management, program development, grant writing, and multidisciplinary collaboration. She was integrally involved in developing the capacity, programming, and infrastructure that supported Alexandra House’s shift from stand-alone domestic violence to a dual domestic and sexual violence organization in 2009. She has served on numerous committees, task forces, and councils and currently serves as a member of the Anoka County Children and Family Council.