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Category: Class notes 2000s

  • Allison Wilson, BS ’08 animal science, joined Moore Holding Co., West Fargo, as a marketing account manager.
  • Mark Honzay, MArch ’09 architecture, was named a principal at JLG Architects. He is a registered Architect in North Dakota and has been with JLG since 2014. He  is recognized as one of the firm’s most experienced senior project managers, based in the Fargo office.
  • Jennifer Burke Jackson architecture, was named a principal at JLG Architects. She is a registered architect in North Dakota and has been a project manager with JLG since 2016. She works in the firm’s Bismarck, North Dakota, office.
  • Michael McLean, MArch ’07 architecture, was named a principal at JLG Architects. He is a registered architect in North Dakota and has been a JLG team member for 14 years. He works in firm’s Grand Forks, North Dakota, office.
  • Jakelle Hoffmann, BS ’04 apparel and textiles, was hired as development director for Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Red River Valley, a non-profit that supports families with children in the hospital.
  • Nolan Braseth, BS ’07 agricultural and biosystems engineering, was promoted to production superintendent at American Crystal Sugar Co.’s Moorhead, Minnesota, factory. He has been with the company since 2009.
  • Corie Ereth, BS ’04 animal and range science, MS ’13, range science, received a permit from the United States Fish and Wildlife Service that allows her to complete Dakota skipper butterfly presence/absence surveys. Dakota skippers are federally protected under the Endangered Species Act. She is a senior environmental planner with KLJ, Bismarck, North Dakota.
  • Anthony J. Nelson, BS ’09 zoology, joined the Clay Soil and Water Conservation District as a natural resources management technician. He worked for Pheasants Forever previously.
  • Breann (Peterson) Bischof, BS’ 08 apparel and textiles, was promoted to manager of district sales for the western part of the state at Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota. She is responsible for managing sales activities in the small and mid-sized employer group market for all lines of business.
  • Melissa Christensen, BS ’05 zoology, joined IMA Healthcare to launch a rheumatology specialty. She is a certified physician assistant.

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