Adair Mosley

In 2017 Adair Mosley was named the President and CEO of Pillsbury United Communities, succeeding Chanda Smith Baker.  Adair previously served as the Chief Innovation Officer. Mr. Mosley leads strategic and divergent thinking in the pursuit of innovative solutions to address multi-dimensional social issues. Mr. Mosley’s most recent work is leading a $6.3 million dollar capital campaign for the development of a grocery store and wellness center, North Market, in North Minneapolis that revolutionizes the intersection of economic development, food and health care access. Prior to this, Mr. Mosley served as Pillsbury United Communities’ Chief of Staff. Mr. Mosley has been a fervent advocate for children and families as a Guardian ad Litem for Hennepin County, and advancing equity as a Commissioner for Civil Rights with the City of Minneapolis. He is a graduate of the University of Minnesota and the University of Michigan's Executive Leadership Institute, and recently completed a certificate in human centered design at Stanford’s prestigious Institute of Design aka Adair was recently named one of Grist's 50 Fixers -"individuals cooking up the boldest, most ambitious solutions to humanity's biggest challenges."

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