Administrative Assistant
612-824-0724 ext. 208

Alyce Kuenzli, BA, is a Minnesota native with passions in many areas, including the arts, experiential education, wilderness travel, organization and cost effectiveness. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Education and Youth Studies from Beloit College. While in college she developed and implemented arts-based programming at The Hendricks Education Center (HEC), using team-based teaching. Alyce also recruited, trained and supervised other Beloit College students at The HEC, as well as serving on the HEC board as a community member.

From 2012-2014 Alyce worked for the Voyageur Outward Bound School in Ely, MN, leading canoeing and backing trips for teenagers in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. In 2014 Alyce canoed The Mississippi River source-to-sea and in 2016 was part of the first all women’s group to canoe the 4th longest river system in the world, the Jefferson-Missouri-Mississippi river system. Along with working at Rainbow Research, Alyce is a Teaching Artist with Upstream Arts, delivering unique arts based curriculum for individuals with disabilities.  Alyce enjoys the positive office culture at Rainbow Research.

Rainbow Research

621 W. Lake St., Suite 300
Minneapolis, MN 55408

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