Gate City Bank has multiple locations in the Fargo area, as well as elsewhere around North Dakota and western Minnesota. The banks feature bold, artistic and contemporary interior design, both in public and employee areas. This month’s Around The Office features Gate City’s Fargo corporate and Woodhaven locations. The offices showcase natural tones with splashes of color in the decor. Employee areas include kitchens, dining areas and layouts that are just generally visually appealing. It’s a great model of a collaborative and beautiful work environment.
Basin CEO Talks Co-Ops, Clean Power Plan Q: WHY DID YOU DECIDE TO ENTER THE ENERGY INDUSTRY?
NDSC adds part-time accounting assistant to staff
Swier Law Firm attorney appointed to South Dakota Bar Association committee
Starion Bank hires two FARGO - Scott Green has joined Starion Bank as Fargo market president. As market president, Green is responsible for the overall management of Starion’s staff, financial and sales performance in Fargo. In addition, he will work closely with a variety of clients.
Essentia Health welcomes physician assistant in Fargo FARGO - Physician assistant Stephanie Jacobs Uselman has joined the emergency medicine department at Essentia Health-Fargo. Uselman earned a master’s degree in physician assistant studies from the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences in Grand Forks. She is certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants.
Q: What are you doing to connect with local college students and encourage them to explore post-graduation career options within your company?
Mark Kennedy is president of the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks. After a 25-year business career with Pillsbury, Accenture and what now is called Macy’s, along with three terms in the U.S. Congress, he set out to explore academia. After various roles at universities across the country, he was recruited to lead the Graduate School of Political Management at George Washington University, before UND’s presidency drew his attention, a role he took over July 1. Q: IN WHAT WAYS ARE LEADING A BUSINESS AND LEADING A UNIVERSITY SIMILAR?
Rosanne Schmidt receives Sr. Boniface Timmins Award BISMARCK, N.D. – Rosanne Schmidt, vice president/chief nursing officer at CHI St. Alexius Health Bismarck Medical Center was presented the 2016 Sr. Boniface Timmins Leadership Award at CHI St. Alexius Health’s Associate Awards Banquet on Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2016.
Midco names VP of business sales SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Erin Ostler has been selected Midco's new vice president of business sales. Ostler now leads a team of business sales managers and consultants who partner with wholesale providers, small businesses and enterprises to find the right technology solutions to fit their business needs.