My husband and I arrived in Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia. It was our first trip to Africa. Our travel from Minneapolis to Amsterdam to Addis, with a one hour layover in Sudan had gone smoothly. But after twenty hours of travel, we were tired. It was almost like giving birth, except this time […]Read More
Tamrah Schaller O'Neil is the co-founder of Dexon Computer, Inc. established in 1992. Dexon is a reseller of new and refurbished networking equipment, selling nationwide to Fortune 1000 companies. Tamrah served as Vice-President of Dexon until 2005 after deciding to serve as on-site manager of the O’Neil household which includes her husband, Steve O'Neil and their four children; of whom one daughter is adopted from Guatemala and a son from Ethiopia. Ms. Schaller O'Neil currently serves on the board of directors for Dexon. She served on the board of Trustees for the Minneapolis Institute of Arts from 2003-2009 and served on the board of the Guthrie Theater from 2000-2013. She is also a former board member of the Alliance Française Minneapolis-St. Paul. Tamrah joined the U.S. Fund for UNICEF’s Midwest Regional Board of Directors and the Hill Museum and Manuscript Library Board of Overseers in 2011. She earned her B.S. from the University of Wisconsin-Stout. She is currently part of the 2017 Novel Writing Project at the Loft Literary Center in Minneapolis.