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Shattering the Myth of the Introvert
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Guiding Team Transitions
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(The Hell) Did I Get Here?:
Episode 1 Jennifer Pharr Davis
Jennifer was a National Geographic Explorer of the Year in 2012. Her story is full of emotion, bravery, and inspiration.
Episode 2 Rachel DiPiazza
Rachel is a Geological Engineer and currently works as Project Manager in Northern British Columbia, Canada! Listen to her amazing journey of persistence.
Episode 3 Stephanie Dowling
Stephanie Dowling currently leads the community affairs team at Black Hills Energy. Listen to her story of forging her own path.
Episode 4 Melody Schopp
Dr. Melody Schopp, a nationally recognized thought leader, dutifully chaired several national professional organizations, compellingly addressed audiences from Washington, D.C. to Malawi, Africa. Listen to her journey!
Episode 5 Lisa Artz
Lisa Artz currently serves as Executive Director of Corporate Relations at Choice Bank, a $2.3 billion locally-owned community bank with 21 locations in North Dakota and Minnesota.
Episode 6 Qusi Al-Haj
Qusi Al-Haj has an amazing array of experiences as an American who has served his country in numerous ways. Although he now lives and works in Rapid City, South Dakota, he has spent his career working and supporting activities in Washington DC and beyond.
Episode 7 Debbie Milner
Debbie is a COO with a diverse background. Qualified in psychology and Law, she speaks multiple languages and has lived and worked on 3 continents and traveled on 5.
Episode 8 Deb Soholt
Deborah “Deb” Soholt, a prominent state legislator, women’s health pioneer, award-winning registered nurse and engaging podcast/radio host, speaks nationally and internationally on issues of women’s influence, women’s health and professional development.
Kristal Hamm, CPA graduated from National American University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting and Business Management in 2007 and joined the Ketel Thorstenson Tax Department in 2014. Hamm is a Senior Associate in the Tax Department in the Rapid City office. She is a mom, wife, active community member, and tax guru. Listen to her story of how she balances it all!
Episode 10 Daniella Mestyanek Young
Daniella Mestyanek Young is a speaker, writer and organizational behavior specialist. Daniella works with CEOs, government, military and non-profit leaders to help them intentionally craft a workplace that balances both people and profits—creating a healthy and productive environment for everyone. Daniella has spent over 3 decades studying leadership and culture in some of the world’s largest and most extreme organizations.
Episode 11 Constance Walter
In all my many years of living and working, I’ve had the pleasure of knowing people from all walks of life; most of them just want to be happy and do some good in the world. I like that. It gives me hope for the future. Listen to Constance’s inspiring story!
Episode 12 Scott Jacobs
Three years after receiving a set of paints from his wife, Sharon, for Christmas, Scott became the first officially licensed Harley-Davidson artist in 1993 after Harley representatives saw his work at an art expo in New York City. He still proudly holds his license as well as many others he’s acquired along the way. Licenses including Chevrolet, Ford, Mattel, Marilyn Monroe Estates and Elvis Presley Enterprises.
Episode 13 Michelle Kane
As director of South Dakota Center for Enterprise Opportunity (SD CEO), Michelle provides business counseling and resource guidance to aspiring and established entrepreneurs. She and the SD CEO team bring outstanding workshops, networking opportunities and conferences to professional women across the state while promoting entrepreneurship, leadership and thinking outside the box.
Episode 14 Tom Johnson
Tom Johnson is President and CEO of Elevate Rapid City. Previously, he was the Director of Community Engagement and Economic Development at Colorado State University (CSU) with community and economic development responsibilities for all of Colorado.
Episode 15 Evan Helle
Evan Helle is a 4th generation sheep rancher from Dillon in Southwest Montana. The Helle’s are known for growing exceptionally high quality wool that’s used in their vertically integrated apparel company: Duckworth. Evan stays busy with the hustle of a startup company and gets hands on with every aspect of the business but when he gets a chance, he escapes the office to work out on the ranch. Listen to his entrepreneurial journey of manufacturing “sheep to shelf”.
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