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  • Stephanie Schultz

Welcome to Our New Board Members

We are excited to announce we have welcomed Jenni Bratulich, Alicia Jackson, and Libby Sullivan to our board of directors! The One Yoga board of directors help execute our mission of improving health equity in our community, participate in fundraising activities, create meaningful connections in our community, and offer guidance on financial and organizational decisions.

More about our new board members:

Alicia Jackson (she/her)

Alicia Jackson has practiced yoga since 2011, started teaching yoga in 2017, and is committed to developing equitable practices in the yoga community (and balanced vinyasa classes). Given her love of public health and data, she works as a principal healthcare analyst for a local health plan and co-chairs the Public Health Advisory Committee for the City of Minneapolis.


Jenni Bratulich (she/her)

Jenni Bratulich is a long-time yoga practitioner and devoted student. She currently serves as the Director of Development and Partnerships at AmazeWorks, a Twin Cities based nonprofit whose mission is to create cultures of equity and belonging in schools and communities. She is also a certified yoga instructor (200 hour YTT) and trained doula, supporting mothers and families in self-care and mindfulness practices. Jenni is committed to creating safe and nurturing spaces for people to be cared for and empower themselves. She is on a life-long journey of helping others develop self-compassion and self-advocacy, and has always sought to help create, encourage, and sustain meaningful communities of belonging. Jenni has personally benefited from the impact of yoga in her life, and is committed to bringing her knowledge, experiences, and passion to One Yoga. When she’s not working or with her family, Jenni enjoys watching good TV, spending time with friends, dancing, hiking, reading, and continuing to practice mindfulness and self-care in her own life.


Libby Sullivan (she/her)

Libby Sullivan believes yoga was within her long before she discovered asana. It is this inner knowing that led her to discover teachers and wellness modalities to enlighten the inward journey. Encouraging others to tap into their own intuition is Libby’s passion. A long-time yogi, Libby received her 200-hour training in 2016 at Devanadi School of Yoga.

An energetic collaborator, Libby works with individuals, organizations, and education leaders using intuitive wellness tools to empower others with their own self-discovery journeys. With her background in graphic design and book arts, Libby brings a unique creative and human centered approach to her work. Recent collaborations include All Square, Casa Valencia LLC, Creative Kuponya, Minneapolis Health Department, One World Surgery, The Great River School, and Peter Hobart Primary Center. With every project, Libby brings intuitive and mindful practices that cultivate self-discovery, self-expression, and ultimately self-acceptance.

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