Aubrie Steinwand has joined Century 21 Morrison Realty.
Steinwand was born and raised in Bismarck and has years of customer service experience.
Sarah Bosch and Kirsten Little are new employees at Pediatric Therapy Partners, Bismarck.
Bosch is an office assistant. She has nearly 20 years of customer service experience.
Little is a speech-language pathologist. She received her bachelor's degree in communication disorders from Minot State University and a master’s degree in speech-language pathology from the University of North Dakota. Little has experience in outpatient, inpatient and rehabilitative pediatrics and a certificate through ASHA.
Erin Reidman, a physical therapist at St. Gabriel’s Community in Bismarck, has completed the 2017 Women’s Leadership Program, a six-month program through the Center for Technology & Business.
Eric Wingenbach has been hired as the human resource recruiting administrator at First International Bank & Trust.
He has experience in human resources and recruiting. Wingenbach will work in Bismarck.
Jackie M. Stebbins and Micheal A. Mulloy of Stebbins Mulloy Law Firm, Bismarck, are among the 2017 Super Lawyers Rising Stars. Stebbins has been included since 2013, Mulloy since 2015.
A Rising Stars candidate must be 40 years or younger or in practice for 10 years or less. No more than 2.5 percent of lawyers are selected in each state.
Puklich on board
Elyse Puklich, Bismarck, has been elected to serve on the board of directors of the Automobile Dealers Association of North Dakota.
Puklich is dealer/president of Puklich Chevrolet Inc. in Bismarck and Puklich Chevrolet, Buick, GMC in Valley City.
Two earn award
Cheryl Frederick and Nathan Schultz were named Achieved Excellence Award winners for the third quarter at HIT Inc., Mandan.
Frederick has worked for HIT for four years. She is a direct support professional who works with employees in West River Produce, HIT’s licensed commercial kitchen in Mandan.
Schultz is a human resources generalist in the human resources department. He has worked at HIT for four years.