MEET OUR NEW PRESIDENT
Trace Ludewig has worked most of his career providing experiences that enrich and nourish lives. Recently he helped develop and implement a nationally recognized vocational training program for incarcerated persons so they can become productive community members upon community re-entry.
In addition to being an engaged volunteer in his own community, Trace is also a small business owner and recently founded an organization that supports youth in foster care by providing them with tools and resources to live a more equitable childhood.
Trace has a bachelors of arts in business management with an emphasis in marketing. Trace works for Aramark and is currently serving president of the Minnesota Second Chance Coalition. He lives in Blaine with his lifelong friend and their two dogs. as the board
WHY I SERVE
I serve because I believe that everyone deserves a fair shot at reaching a brighter future no matter what their circumstances are.
I’ve felt the barriers of re-entry into the community and my life experiences are what drive me to advocate for others so they may contribute to better society. I serve because MNSCC focuses on repairing a broken criminal justice system by educating and empowering individuals and communities.
I am proud to lead an organization that is focused on policies and practices which help those we serve with the resources and support necessary to feel belonging in their communities.