About Wilson

Steven Wilson is a Christian, husband, father and grandfather. Steven and his wife, Jeanne, have been married for 35 years. Steven has a background in education, business, and government. He is currently an adjunct professor at North Central University in Minneapolis, MN.

Steven and Jeanne have lived in Rochester and this District for 13 years. Both Steven and Jeanne were raised in Minnesota and raised their own children in Southeastern Minnesota. They have two grown children, Ben and Brittany, a daughter-in-law Nicole, a son-in-law Marcus, and a growing number of grandchildren.

Education Experience

Steven Wilson teaches online and in the classroom at North Central University in Minneapolis, MN. He teaches both undergraduate and graduate degree classes such as macroeconomics and global leadership.

Wilson has a Masters’ Degree in Business Administration from Augsburg University in Rochester and is a Mayo Clinic Innovation Scholar. Wilson is the author of three books.

Business Experience

Steven Wilson was a business development specialist for a Fortune 500 corporation for 12 years. Since 2010, Steven has been assisting small businesses locally. The photo shows Steven equipping Rochester business leaders at his event at Godfather’s Pizza in North Rochester. Steven and his wife Jeanne own a small publishing business called Fire Wheat LLC.

Government Experience

Steven Wilson has government experience both locally and federally. Locally, Wilson was the Clerk/Treasurer at Cascade Township. This is the only township inside District 25B. Federally, Wilson has completed short-term assignments with the United States Agency for International Development and the US State Department. Wilson served during the Iraq war as a United States Diplomat in southern Iraq. Specifically, he was the Economic Team Leader at Forward Operating Base Kalsu and was embedded in the Fourth Brigade Combat Team of the Third Infantry Division.

About our People and Culture

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