Consortium Staff

Alicia Anderson

Alicia Anderson, BS
[email protected]
(612) 625-7748

Alicia Anderson is the Executive Office and Administrative Specialist for the Consortium. She provides administrative support and manages events, including registration and continuing education credits. Prior to joining the Consortium, she served as a Program Associate in the University’s College of Continuing and Professional Studies. She is a graduate of Auburn University.

Dori Henderson

Dori Henderson, PhD
[email protected]
(612) 626-5624 

Dori Henderson is the Senior Administrative Director for the Consortium, where she is responsible for fiscal management, strategic planning, and the coordination of grants. She earned a PhD in Neuroscience from the University of Minnesota, and has held several administrative leadership positions, both within and external to the University of Minnesota. 

Matthew Tveter

Matthew Tveter, MA
[email protected]
(612) 625-2948

Matt Tveter is the Director of Strategic Communications and Outreach for the Consortium. He oversees all communications and marketing activities, including strategy, media relations, and outreach. Prior to working for the Consortium, he led the University's communications efforts related to financial aid. He holds a Master’s degree in Strategic Communication.

Susan M. Wolf, JD

Susan M. Wolf, JD
[email protected]
(612) 301-3905, (612) 625-3406

Professor Susan M. Wolf is a Regents Professor; McKnight Presidential Professor of Law, Medicine & Public Policy; Faegre Baker Daniels Professor of Law; and Professor of Medicine. She is Chair of the Consortium on Law and Values in Health, Environment & the Life Sciences and Founding Director of the Joint Degree Program in Law, Science & Technology.

Research Assistants & Student Staff

Madeline Beglinger

Madeline Beglinger, BS Candidate

Madeline Beglinger is the Communications Intern and Research Assistant for the Consortium. She provides support for all staff and completes a variety of tasks for the organization. She is currently studying Psychology and Sociology Law, Crime & Deviance at the University of Minnesota with a minor in Spanish and Political Science. She plans on attending law school after she graduates.

Molly Madzelan

Molly Madzelan, PhD Candidate

Molly Madzelan is a PhD Candidate in Psychology at the University of Minnesota, College of Liberal Arts. Her research interests include gender prejudice and political psychology. She holds a BA in psychology from Bates College.

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