Hires and promotions



Apex Physical Therapy & Wellness hires one

Jill Ehrmantraut has joined Apex Physical Therapy & Wellness Center as a physical therapist.

Ehrmantraut earned her degree from the University of Mary in Bismarck. She specializes in women's and men's health pelvic floor physical therapy. She is only the second person in the state to obtain a Certificate of Achievement in pelvic floor physical therapy.

Ehrmantraut is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and a part of the Section on Women's Health.



Alanis joins FBS

FBS - Creators of Flexmls have hired Moises Alanis as a software trainer.

Alanis has worked in the eLearning industry for over a decade.



Dakota Pediatric Dentistry promotes two

Dakota Pediatric Dentistry has promoted Allison Ressler to business manager and Sharlynn Knutson to office manager.

Ressler is responsible for overseeing the operations of both the Fargo and Grand Forks locations. She previously worked as the office manager for the Fargo location. She graduated from Minnesota State University Moorhead with a degree in communications.

Knutson previously worked as the patient and hospital care coordinator for the Fargo location. She previously worked for 7 Day Clinic in Fargo. She graduated from Minnesota State University Moorhead with a degree in practical nursing.



Rejuv hires six to prepare for expansion

Rejuv Medical Aesthetic Clinic in Fargo has hired six employees to prepare for its 3,500-square-foot expansion.

The expansion will house the clinic's body and wellness services, including CoolSculpting, bio-identical hormone replacement, hair restoration and laser hair removal. Rejuv will also launch North Dakota's first IV infusion therapy in early 2018, where patients can choose from a variety of vitamins and minerals designed to hydrate, boost immunity and fight fatigue.

Laura Mattson, Deirdre Nyquist and Samantha Qualley have joined the team as aesthetic care specialists. They provide a variety of skin rejuvenation services as well as professional education on topical skin care products.

Lexi Nelson has joined as an aesthetic nurse specialist. She assists with bio-identical hormone replacement, in addition to performing CoolSculpting and Vanquish body contouring procedures.

Brook Skjerseth and Julie Swiontek have joined as patient services specialists, providing telephone scheduling and in-clinic customer service.




Goldmark hires two, promotes one

Goldmark Property Management has hired Scott Bennett as project manager and Derek Green as a maintenance manager, and promoted Rebecca Koropatnicki to site manager.

Bennett has over 21 years of experience managing facilities with Bank of the West. He has an associate degree in environmental systems from North Dakota State College of Science, Wahpeton.

Green has over nine years of experience in facilities management at Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch, and was most recently self-employed as a home inspector for Green Home Inspections. He studied business management at University of North Dakota, Grand Forks.

Koropatnicki joined Goldmark in 2016 as a leasing specialist and later worked as an assistant site manager. She attended Mayville (N.D.) State University.



Pediatric Therapy Partners hires Grise

Lindsey Grise has joined Pediatric Therapy Partners as a business office specialist.

Grise has worked in billing and payroll for over 20 years. She earned her medical administrative assistant degree from North Dakota State College of Science, Wahpeton. She is AED and CPR certified.



Bremer Bank hires one

Diane Sandven has joined Bremer Bank as the wealth management advisor.

Sandven previously worked at Heartland Trust Company as a trust officer and at First Trust National Association as a trust administrator.



Denton-Graber joins The Village

Ruth Denton-Graber has been hired at The Village Family Service Center as an outpatient therapist.

Denton-Graber will provide individual, couples and group counseling at The Village's main Fargo office. She earned a master's degree from North Dakota State University. Denton-Graber has 25 years of experience in the Fargo area, having held positions with other facilities like Prairie St. John's and Southeast Human Service Center.

Denton-Graber is a licensed professional clinical counselor and licensed marriage and family therapist. She is also certified in dialectical behavior therapy. For more information, visit www.TheVillageFamily.org or call (800) 627-8220.



Discovery Benefits promotes four, hires two

Discovery Benefits has promoted four employees to new roles and hired two new employees.

Sean Anderson was promoted to manager of solution specialists. Anderson joined the company in 2015 as a senior account manager. He recently held a position as a benefits account management supervisor. Anderson earned a bachelor's degree in international business and marketing from Augsburg College.

Brianne Casper was promoted to digital marketing manager. Casper joined Discovery Benefits in February as a digital marketing strategist. She earned a bachelor's degree in mass communications from Minnesota State University Moorhead and a master's degree from North Dakota State University.

Daryl Hagen was promoted to supervisor of solution specialists. Hagen joined the company in 2016 as a COBRA account specialist. He recently worked as a senior solution specialist. Hagen earned a bachelor's degree from NDSU.

Jessica Splichal was promoted to senior solution analyst. Splichal joined Discovery Benefits in 2013 as a benefits account specialist. She recently worked as an advanced benefit operations specialist. Splichal earned her bachelor's degree from NDSU.

Miranda Duncan and Vanessa Zachariason were hired as participant services specialists.