ND Assistive hires one
Mike Chaussee has been hired as executive director by North Dakota Assistive. Chaussee earned his bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Mary, Bismarck, and his master’s degree in mass communication from North Dakota State University. He previously served as advocacy director for AARP North Dakota.
He will be located in Assistive’s Mandan office.
Two join Mid Dakota
Laura Roemmich, physician assistant, has joined the Mid Dakota Clinic ENT department. Roemmich earned her bachelor's degree in microbiology and physiology from the University of Minnesota and her master of physician assistant studies at Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Mont. Roemmich has additional experience in primary care and emergency medicine.
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Jennifer Tinkler, dermatology certified nurse practitioner, has joined Mid Dakota Clinic Gateway Dermatology. Tinkler earned her bachelor's degree in nursing and master's degree in nursing, with specialization in the family nurse practitioner program, at Minnesota State University Moorhead. She is a preceptor for nurse practitioner students at three North Dakota universities.
Don Metzger has been promoted to regional operations manager by Dakota Supply Group. Metzger first joined DSG’s team 20 years ago and will continue to serve as branch manager of DSG’s waterworks location in Bismarck.
Mary Graner, Huff, has been appointed to the Cattlemen’s Beef Board, according to the Department of Agriculture's marketing service.
Graner was nominated for the position by the Independent Beef Association of North Dakota, a certified nominating organization, earlier this year.