Three new at BND
Allison Volk, Annemette Omvig and Sarah Metzger are new employees at the Bank of North Dakota.
Volk was hired as the human resources and organizational development manager. She earned a bachelor’s degree in information media-instructional design and training from St. Cloud State University and a master's degree in management-organization development from College of St. Scholastica, Duluth, Minn. She previously was the training and development administrator for N.D. Human Resources Management System.
Omvig is a collections officer in student loans. She had worked as a paramedic at Metro Area Ambulance Service.
Metzger also is a collections officer in student loans. Metzger previously was an administrative assistant at the North Dakota Department of Labor and Human Rights.
Six join DEI staff
Six people recently joined the staff of Dakota Eye Institute, Bismarck.
Joshua Baker, a Mandan native with four years of sales experience, is an optician.
Trina Hornbacher, from Bismarck, is a surgery coordinator. She has an associate's degree and is a licensed practical nurse.
Darcy Brooks is a receptionist. From Bismarck, Brooks earned an associate's degree from North Dakota State College of Science. She has more than 13 years of customer service experience.
Hannah Faul, Kayli Gross and Stacey Holder are ophthalmic technicians.
Faul is a native of McClusky, has an associate's degree in massage therapy and has eight years of experience in health care as a certified nursing assistant and medication administrator.
Gross is a native of Aberdeen, S.D. She has a year of experience at an eye clinic.
Holder is a native of Selby, S.D., and attended Valley City State University.
Sarah Helbling, a human resources generalist with Innovative Energy Alliance Cooperative, Mandan, has earned the SHRM certified professional credential after taking an exam through the Society for Human Resource Management.
Helbling joined the cooperative in July.
Hartje with bank
Lisa Hartje has joined First International Bank & Trust in Bismarck as BSA fraud manager. She has experience in fraud, internal audit and operations areas.
Joshua Jeffers recently was awarded the Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter designation.
Jeffers is a risk analyst III with MDU Resources Group and has been with the company five years. He earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of North Dakota and his master's degree in business administration from the University of Mary.
Jonathan Fortner will become director of government relations at the Lignite Energy Council on Jan. 2.
Fortner earned an undergraduate degree from Presentation College in Aberdeen, S.D., and master’s degrees in business administration and public administration from the University of North Dakota. He has been working as a research consultant for the Minnesota House of Representatives.