Published January 10 2014
Honors and officers (Jan. 11)Welo named to Top 50 Bank Advisors
Susan Welo, a registered representative of Securities America serving First State Bank of North Dakota and Goose River Bank and doing business in Casselton, N.D., has been named to Bank Investment Consultant magazine’s Top 50 Bank Advisors for 2013.
Selection is based on the following criteria as of Aug. 31: assets under management; trailing 12-month production; percentage change in AUM from the previous year; percentage change in trailing-12 production; amount of fee-based business; and the ratio of production per AUM.
ND Commerce named best place to intern
The North Dakota Young Professionals Network has selected the North Dakota Department of Commerce as the 2013 Best Place to Intern. The Commerce Department was also selected as a runner-up for the Best Places to Work by NDYP.
The NDYP explained in the award that the North Dakota Department of Commerce has a history of investing in younger generations through their Youth Office, Career Conversations Program and participation in the Crash Course Program and assisting the Young Professionals Network.
Nolte elected president of Moorhead Rotary
Cindy Nolte has been elected president of the Moorhead Rotary Club.
Other 2014 officers include: Newzad Brifki, treasurer; Jon Benson, president-elect; Vern Goodin, secretary; and Russ Hanson, Gary Nolte, David Wahlberg, Eric Wilkie, Jill Baldwin and Eric Johnson, directors.
AE2S recognized with workplace honor
Advanced Engineering and Environmental Services has been recognized by the North Dakota Young Professionals Network as one of the best places to work in the state.
Each year, the NDYP honors businesses that provide high quality jobs and work environments that support young professionals and ongoing economic, workforce and community development initiatives.
Grand Forks-based AE2S has more than 210 employees located in 14 offices through North Dakota, Minnesota, Montana, Wisconsin and Utah.
Bethany earns Quality Award
Bethany on University has earned Tier Two recognition in the Quality Initiative Recognition Program, sponsored by the American Health Care Association.
Bethany was recognized for achieving Quality Initiative goals in safely reducing the off-label use of antipsychotics and in increasing customer satisfaction.
Bethany Retirement Living has been invited to participate in the AHCA Quality Symposium in New Orleans in February. The Symposium will include educational sessions geared toward quality improvement, professional networking and peer-to-peer sharing and learning.