The group hoping to build a Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum in the western North Dakota Badlands has added two officials.
Kenneth Vein is director of design and construction, and Courtland Miller is associate director of strategic initiatives.
Vein served for nearly 20 years as a senior leader and as administrative director of plant and facilities for Altru Health System in Grand Forks. Before that he was the city engineer and public works director for Grand Forks.
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Miller worked most recently as a market research analyst for the Kilbourne Group, the company Gov. Doug Burgum founded that’s focused on redeveloping downtown Fargo. Burgum is an ardent supporter of the library project.
The Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library Foundation is working to raise $100 million in private donations to build the library in the Medora area. It then can access a $50 million operations endowment funded by public money and approved by the 2019 Legislature.