Each year, the Bismarck-Mandan Chamber of Commerce recognizes outstanding local leaders under the age of 40. Those selected are profiled in the “Chamber Connection”, a monthly magazine that is distributed to more than 5,400 local businesses. This month, 20 young professionals were named to this prestigious list, including four from area credit unions.
Travis Dengel, AVP of Consumer Lending, Railway CU. Travis began working at Railway CU in 2012 as a teller. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business management. He is currently serving as president of the Mandan Kiwanis Club, and has been involved with multiple volunteer organizations including the United Way, the Bismarck Soup Café, the Salvation Army and The Banquet.
Zachary Dosch, VP Bismarck-Mandan Market Manage, First Community CU. Zachary holds degrees in business and finance, and received his MBA from the University of Mary. He completed executive grad school through the University of Notre Dame and is currently working towards his Certified Credit Union Executive (CCUE) designation through CUNA Management School. His volunteer work includes foster care and Ministry on the Margins.
Jillian Lagasse, VP of Marketing & Member Experience, Capital CU. Jillian is a graduate of University of Mary who has worked in marketing for most of her career. She is known for her commitment to both work and family, and for her community involvement. She has been a past president of the Bismarck-Mandan Young Professionals Network; is a member of the Mandan Renaissance Zone Committee; and served on the board of the YMCA and the Bismarck Optimist Club, just to name a few!
Katie Nehl, Communications Manager, First Community CU. Katie has an extensive background in community involvement. She is a former chairwoman of the Bismarck-Mandan Young Professionals Network, is a member of the Spirit of Life Church Choir, a volunteer with the University of Mary Leadership Mentoring Program, a Heavens Helper volunteer, and is a current member of the Dakota Credit Union Foundation board. She holds a degree from NDSU in Public Relations & Advertising.
You can see the full August issue of Chamber Connection here.
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