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4440 PGA Blvd Suite 600

Palm Beach Gardens, Florida 33410

United States

Company Description

Mutasia strives to make the learning experience for children more enjoyable and fun. At the same time, Mutasia provides assistance to the parents in their efforts to cultivate and track their child's learning more easily. Mutasia also delivers a platform ... more

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Employment History

Illinois State Board of Education

Executive Director
Midland Institute for Entrepreneurship


Board Member
Advance Illinois

Content Advisor
New Smithsonian Exhibition

Master of Ceremonies for the Annual Effingham County Chamber of Commerce Business Recognition Gala
Thelma Keller Convention Center

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Lindvahl finds the positive in serious pancreatic cancer diagnosis
This comment is one of thousands that have been shared online in regards to Craig Lindvahl's most recent announcement.
On Monday evening, Lindvahl announced that he has been diagnosed with stage-4, pancreatic cancer.
"It's not great," he said matter-of-factly. "But I'm young, and I'm healthy."
When asked his age, Lindvahl replied, "Seventy-five," without missing a beat. For those who know him, there is a sense of comfort in hearing him joke, a trademark of his character.
In reality, he will turn 58 next week, on November 22.
Lindvahl asked that the media share his news with the public so that he may keep moving forward with his story.
"I'm at peace with everything," he said.
While making a CEO presentation in Sterling last week, Lindvahl started having serious abdominal pain.
"After class, the teacher there said 'you need to go to the doctor because there's something wrong with you," Lindvahl noted.
After contacting his doctor, Lindvahl went to the emergency room in case the pain was from appendicitis. After a CAT scan, the ER doctor ruled that out, but said there were signs of cancer. In the days that followed, additional tests confirmed that.
As of Wednesday, Lindvahl started the most aggressive form of treatment available. He is being treated locally by oncologist, Dr. Philip Dy, and is grateful to live in a community where such "top-notch" care is available.
True to form, Lindvahl intends to use this twist of fate as an opportunity to teach.
"That's what I want to use whatever time I have left to do," he says. And he has plenty to keep him busy for the next several years, which he says he intends to be around for.
Lindvahl's achievements, thus far, have been substantial, not only in their quantity, but also in the impact they have had on the community, its youth and the individuals across the globe that have come in contact with him and his work.
As an award-winning filmmaker, educator and author, Lindvahl has traveled all over the world to work with students from more than 25 different countries. In the last three months, alone, he has traveled approximately 20,000 miles and spoken over 60 times on behalf of his work as the executive director of the Midland Institute for Entrepreneurial Learning.
He also currently serves on the Illinois State Board of Education, where he says he has been told by the State Superintendent and Chairman of the Board that he is welcome to stay on as a member of the board until he decides not to anymore.
Lindvahl, who has over 30 years of teaching experience under his belt, also writes a blog for his book, Things You Wish You Knew Yesterday: and other things you'll need to know tomorrow.
On Monday, Lindvahl wrote, "As a teacher, boss and friend, I give my heart away.

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The annual spring band concert was rechristened this year to honor long-time Teutopolis band teacher, Craig Lindvahl, and to reunite multiple generations of the THS band family.
Unofficially -- and affectionately -- called "The Lindvahl Legacy Tribute Concert," this year's spring band concert brought more than just students and their families to the J.H. Griffin Gym. Sixty-five THS band alumni also gathered in the warm and crowded bleachers; and they brought with them their families, their friends and many others whose lives were touched simply by knowing "Mr. Lindvahl".
alumni from the THS band program and Melissa Orndorff, the current THS band instructor, swiftly set out to memorialize Lindvahl's words and his legacy for future generations of THS band students.
The aim of The Lindvahl Legacy Fund was to first purchase a plaque that would hang in the THS band room - now named after Lindvahl - where students who passed by would read the words: Who will be better because of what I do today?
With support from local business, Designs Unlimited, the alumni were not only able to save on the cost of the plaque, but they were also able to present a beautiful tribute to Lindvahl at Sunday's concert.
Throughout the concert, which was attended by Craig Lindvahl and his wife, Beth, THS band alumni shared their memories of Craig's humor, his wisdom and even his hairstyles.
But the music, interlaced with the memories of "Lindvahl's Legacy", is what made the event unforgettable.
Members of the current THS band played songs like "Junk Funk Shuffle" - in honor of Craig's humor - and "The Blues Brothers Revue" - in memory of the last concert Craig conducted.
Even a few students who were freshmen or sophomores during Lindvahl's last year of teaching attended and played on Sunday.
And, of course, Lindvahl was humbled by the outpouring of love.
"It's unbelievable," he said. "To see all of my former students take the time to come all the way back here..."
He admits he was "overwhelmed".
"From the seed salesman who visited our family farm and asked what time the concert was, to the man in my dad's prayer group who was a member of the school board that had hired Mr. Lindvahl," she said. "His footprint is so big."
And The Lindvahl Legacy project is a way to ensure that the impression Mr. Lindvahl has left upon the community and 'his kids' continues to grow.
Miller says, "I'm just so happy that the next generation of musicians at Teutopolis will know the spirit of Mr. Lindvahl and what he meant to all of his students."

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ECIDC recognizes Lindvahl for outstanding leadership award
East Central Illinois Development Corporation (ECIDC) has named Craig Lindvahl and the Midland Institute for Entrepreneurship as the 2016 recipient of the Outstanding Leadership in Community and Economic Development Award.
Lindvahl, a nationally recognized educator and filmmaker, has taught every grade K-12. Projects have taken him all over the world and given him the opportunity to work with students from more than 25 countries. He currently owns Callan Films Corp., which produces documentaries and corporate projects and wrote the book, "Things You Wish You Knew Yesterday".
Lindvahl was appointed as the facilitator of the first CEO (Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities) class which began in Effingham in the fall of 2007.
The Midland Institute for Entrepreneurship was established in 2010, as an outgrowth from the first CEO class, for the purpose of bringing the CEO program to interested communities and helping them to create networks of business people connecting to students.
A key to the success of CEO was Lindvahl, who was hired to teach the first CEO class in 2008 and developed the award winning curriculum and innovative approach to teaching entrepreneurship.
Following that successful launch, he was hired as the Executive Director of the Midland Institute for Entrepreneurship.

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