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North Dakotans receive certification

The following North Dakotans have received certification as economic development finance professionals from the National Development Council: Debra Walworth, Beach; Bonnie Malo, Brent Ekstrom, Corey Burgum, Dale Van Eckhout, Eric Icard, John Mitt...

The following North Dakotans have received certification as economic development finance professionals from the National Development Council:

Debra Walworth, Beach; Bonnie Malo, Brent Ekstrom, Corey Burgum, Dale Van Eckhout, Eric Icard, John Mittleider, John Schneider, Mark Wax, Matt Burthold, Sterling Breuer, Bismarck; Diane Olson, Bottineau; JoAnn Rodenbiker, Cando; Barbara Britsch, Devils Lake; Ken Davis, Dickinson; Patricia Bowen, Ellendale; Justin Pearson, Donovan Lee Waldholm Jr., Fargo; Brenda Dissette, Finley; Connie Mangan, Grand Forks; Jill Haugen, Hannaford; Kim Moen, Harvey; Dan Nudell, Hettinger; Kimberly Murry, Jamestown; Sharon Jangula, Linton; Lori Capouch, Mandan; Jacob Bratvold, Mohall; Cori Lindsey, Stanley; Jennifer Feist, Valley City; Dorinda Anderson, West Fargo; and Keith Olson, Williston.

The certification is awarded to individuals who complete the economic development training that includes credit analysis, real estate financing, loan packaging, deal structuring and negotiation and the creation and implementation of development programs.

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