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Category: Class notes 2000s

  • Anne-Marie Fitz, BS ’08 child development and family science, was recognized as an outstanding woman in the field of senior housing. She is one of 15 women named to the Rising Stars Class of 2022 by McKight's Senior Living and McKnight's Long-Term Care News. She is the executive director at Touchmark in Fargo.
  • Katie Furth, BS ’08 sport and recreation studies, earned her Certified Retirement Education Specialist designation. She is a client service specialist with Investors Choice Financial Services of Slayton and Marshall, Minnesota.
  • Katie Furth, BS ’08 sport and recreation studies, earned her Certified Retirement Education Specialist designation. She is a client services specialist for Choice Financial Services in Slayton and Marshall Minnesota.
  • Dan Holder, MS ’04 educational leadership, was named principal of Liberty Middle School, West Fargo. His new duties begin on July 1.
  • Michael Kjelland, MS ’01 natural resource management, secured a patent on a variety of a white mulberry tree, along with fellow alumnus James Walla. The variety is known as the “Trader” mulberry. He is a professor at Mayville State University.
  • Jenae Ste. Marie, BS ’05 sociology, was listed among Prairie Business magazine’s Top 25 Women in Business for 2022. The publication covers industry trends and other business news in the Dakotas and western Minnesota. She is director of operations for the Marsh McLennan Agency, Fargo and Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
  • Jessica Karls, BS ’07 civil engineering, was listed among Prairie Business magazine’s Top 25 Women in Business for 2022. The publication covers industry trends and other business news in the Dakotas and western Minnesota. She is production director at the KLJ engineering firm in West Fargo.
  • Michel Swanson, BS ’04 biotechnology, joined Janssen Pharmaceuticals at Spring House, Pennsylvania, in the Preclinical Sciences and Translational Safety Group as associate scientific director for cellular immunogenicity. He is responsible for supporting immunogenicity risk assessments for Janssen biologics, cell/gene therapy portfolios, as well as overseeing the development, validation and implementation strategies of bioanalytical methodologies for assessing cellular immunogenicity response during nonclinical and clinical development of cell/gene therapies.
  • Kyle Hilleren, PharmD ’14 pharmacy, Karl Krenz, PharmD ’01, pharmacy, LaNell Hagen, PharmD ’10, pharmacy, and Ross Wilhelm, PharmD ’98, pharmacy, are partners in the new Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy in Horace, North Dakota, that is set to open in May. They also are partners in the Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy, Fargo.
  • Corey Bergman, BS '02 civil engineering, was promoted to chief growth officer at Sambatek Inc., Minnetonka, Minnesota. The company is a professional engineering, planning and environmental services firm. He has been with Sambatek for 16 years.

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