Nena Street


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Nena Street has presented 1 sessions, most recently on [[Has last session date::
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Global Robotics Innovation Park7 April 2012
]], at [[Has event::Has event MinneBar 7]].

  1. Global Robotics Innovation Park at MinneBar 7

Additional Bio

Nena continues to practice law as a Senior Associate at the law firm of Fredrikson & Byron P.A. where she focuses primarily on government contracting but also practices in the areas of land use, public finance, environmental compliance and political law. Before joining Fredrikson & Byron, Nena practiced law at Dorsey & Whitney, LLP.

Nena was an Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Minnesota Law School for three years, where she designed and taught a course on Local Economic Development Law. Nena’s course introduced students to the practical challenges facing local economic development initiatives and examined the tools that local government entities and their private partners use to spur and control economic development.

Nena is also a community and policy leader. Nena currently chairs the Citizens League Board of Directors and leads the African Development Center’s Jobs & Prosperity Capital Campaign. Nena is also a leader in the Minnesota State Bar Association, where she serves as Chair of LawPAC, the Association’s political committee. Before that, Nena chaired the Association’s Civic Education Committee. In 2008, Nena participated in the Minneapolis FBI Citizens Academy, and then served as Treasurer of its Alumni Association for two years. Nena was named a “Woman to Watch” by the Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal in 2010.

A life-long Minnesota resident, Nena grew up in Eden Prairie and earned her undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Minnesota. Nena and her husband, Aaron Street, live in Minneapolis with their daughter.

You can reach Nena directly at or 612.2.ROBOT.8 (612.276.2688).

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