Beth Davis Retires from Dakota Resources

Posted on January 1, 2018

Paula Jensen
Post Author

Comments Off on Beth Davis Retires from Dakota Resources


It’s been a great journey, Beth. Twenty years ago you committed yourself to building an organization that felt like family. One that understands the value of making mistakes, embraces a creative spirit and encourages people to invest deeply in one another. You accomplished these goals and so much more. Thank you for being a great leader and a true friend. You are the original change maker.  

We asked Dakota Resources staff and friends what they have appreciated most about Beth. Here’s what they had to say: 

 Her tenacity to believe in people and ideas before they believe in themselves. – Heidi Zeller-Crawford 

 Her grasp of the unique opportunities a rural state has to offer. – Ruth Christopherson 

Her celebration of successes, large and small. – Lin Van Hofwegen 

 Her ability to take her passion and creativity to create a very successful nationally known business. – Rachael Sherard 

Her leadership skills. Beth leads in a manner that makes people WANT to follow!  – Misty Cordell 

Her passion for the work that she does and the people that surround her.  – Jay Headley 

Her ability to take risk! – Dick Werner 

Her ability to see the talents in others and use them in the right place. – Cheryl Leasure 

Her sincere, genuine and honest faith in others. – John Beranek 

Her abilities to bring the right people to the team and visioning for the future. – Paula Jensen 

Her deep compassion and desire to help others. – Mike Knutson 

Her boldness and honesty, confidence and curiosity, empowerment and mentoring. –Joe Bartmann 

Her spirit for innovation and her dedication to the ‘team.’ – Kristi Wagner 

Thank you, Beth!




Comments are closed.


Updates @ Dakota Resources

We grant permission to any development organization to repost and/or reuse any article contained in our blog for educational and marketing purposes.

 

Housing Heros Story Series 1 of 4 | Belle Fourche

Belle Fourche’s story begins in 2013 after a housing study done by Community Partners Research out of Faribault, Minnesota revealed a dire lack of...

Hoven’s Christmas on the Prairie

It’s a chilly day in December and cars and buses are lining the streets of Hoven, population 400. From a distance you can...

Generous Community Investors Save Tyndall’s Grocery Store

This past January, the only grocery store in Tyndall closed its doors.

The community quickly came together to brainstorm ideas for re-opening...

WordPress Image Lightbox Plugin