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Casey Sanders-Berglund named economic development manager

Sanders-Berglund serves as an advocate for local businesses to build strong relationships, facilitates business retention and expansion and performs new business development

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Casey Sanders-Berglund
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WEST FARGO — Casey Sanders-Berglund has been hired as the West Fargo Economic Development Manager.

As econmoic devlopment manager, Sanders-Berglund will serve as an advocate for local businesses to build strong relationships, facilitates business retention and expansion aand performs new business development. She will also work to help businesses connect with incentive programs and assist developers in accessing city services.

“We are happy to welcome Casey to the West Fargo team,” said City Administrator Tina Fisk in a release. “Her experience and skills will help us to continue to promote the growth of West Fargo’s dynamic business community.”

Sanders-Berglund comes to the City of West Fargo from the Fargo Moorhead West Fargo Chamber of Commerce where she served as vice president of engagement since 2018.

Prior, she held various positions with YMCA of Cass and Clay Counties and served in Iraq as an enlisted soldier in the Minnesota National Guard. Sanders-Berglund is a 2013 graduate of the University of North Dakota with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and is involved in several community organizations including the Girl Scouts Dakota Horizons, United Way, and Moorhead Business Association.

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“I am excited to begin work as the Economic Development Manager for the City of West Fargo,” said Sanders-Berglund. “I enjoy collaborating with businesses, business leaders, and community members to find opportunities where we can all work together to foster a thriving and vibrant community. I look forward to working with new, expanding, and existing businesses in our community.”

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