Bonnie Jorgenson is Head of School for Duluth Edison Charter Schools in Duluth. With a Bachelor's Degree in English and Christian Education from Northwestern College, a Master's in Theology from United Theological Seminary and extensive training via the Edison Leadership Development Academy over the last 10 years in educational leadership, curriculum and instruction, Bonnie has worked at Duluth Edison Charter Schools for twelve years. Under her leadership, Duluth Edison Charter Schools have received a number of awards - Kenwood campus received the Minnesota Academic Excellence Foundation School Spotlight Award 2008, Washburn campus received 2005 Promising Practices Award, Charter Education Partnership, and her schools have received Four Star Student Achievement and Customer Service Awards from EdisonLearning every year since 2002, which is the Edison company's highest honor. Bonnie is a member of EdisonLearning's Inaugural Principals' Roundtable involving school leaders in face to face dialogue with Edison administrators, and has served as a consultant for new charter school development for EdisonLearning in St. Louis and Indianapolis. As a leader in education and non-profits, Bonnie is actively involved as an elder at Glen Avon Presbyterian Church, and is currently participating in a joint effort between Community Action Duluth and Blandin Foundation called Leaders Partnering to End Poverty.