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Sianneh Mulbah


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Sianneh Mulbah enters her 13th season with the Minnesota Timberwolves and Lynx and her fifth as Chief People Officer. Mulbah is responsible for developing and executing the organization’s comprehensive human resources strategy and is integral to the Executive Team. During her tenure, Mulbah has played a crucial role in transforming the organization’s culture.

In 2019, Mulbah became the first Timberwolves and Lynx employee to receive the prestigious Sports Business Journal “Game Changers” award. She was among forty women nationwide honored in New York City for transforming the industry and leading the next generation of women in the sports business.

In 2018, Mulbah was named to Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal’s prestigious “40 Under 40” list, which recognizes high-achieving business leaders in the community. Mulbah was also named a Twin Cities Business 2021 Notable BIPOC Executive for her leadership throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mulbah leads the Minnesota Timberwolves and Lynx Women in Sports Leadership Council, which focuses on women's professional growth and development in the workplace. She also serves on the Advisory board of directors for the Twin Cities chapter of Women in Sports and Events (WISE).

Before her Advisory role, Mulbah held the position of VP of Mentorship for WISE. In January, Mulbah began her most recent community-focused role when she assumed a board of directors’ role with Volunteers of America. In addition to WISE and VOA, Mulbah also holds a board position on the Ceridian Cares Charity, based out of Toronto, Ontario, and is in her second term as Secretary of School District 196’s (Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan), Native American Parent Advisory Committee, which purpose is to serve in an advisory capacity for planning and implementing programs and events that support District 196 American Indian students and their families.

A graduate of Bemidji State University, Mulbah received a bachelor’s degree in psychology. She received a double master’s degree in organizational management–HR and Business Administration from Concordia University-St. Paul. Mulbah resides in the Twin Cities with her son, a senior at the University of MN – Duluth majoring in Journalism, and daughter, a seventh grader and avid soccer player.

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