The Roseville City Council has appointed Ebony Adedayo as the newest Community Engagement Commission member. Adedayo replaces Desiree' Mueller, who resign from the commission in May.
Adedayo has lived in Roseville for five of the past 10 years and brings a keen sense engaging the community in the City’s planning process to the commission. She currently works as the Communications and Capacity Building Coordinator for the Alliance for Metro Stability, where she has worked on development and land use issues throughout the Twin Cities region.
Adedayo earned a bachelor’s degree from North Central University in 2006 and added a master’s from Bethel Seminary in 2010. She will take her oath of office at the Community Engagement Commission meeting on Thursday, July 9.