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Sabrina King has been named director of campaigns for the ACLU of South Dakota, North Dakota and Wyoming. King joined the ACLU in 2016 as the policy director for the ACLU of Wyoming. Before that, she worked as an organizer and lobbyist for Dakota Rural Action. She also was an organizer for the Western Colorado Congress and worked at the Utah State Legislature in various capacities.
Armor Correctional Health Services has received accreditation from the National Commission on Correctional Health Care at the Minnehaha County Jail for compliance with NCCHC’s standards for health services in jails. Armor has been the health care provider at the jail since 2014. It’s the first time the jail’s health services have been accredited.
Nancy Kunz has been promoted to vice president/retail banking manager at First Premier Bank. Kunz has more than 30 years of professional banking experience and joined First Premier in 2001.
Keller Williams Realty Sioux Falls has added three agents: Andrew Adam, Michelle Hoffman and Austin Olson. Adam has been involved in investment properties for the past seven years. Hoffman also works part-time at Minervas. She and her husband owned a food truck in Sioux Falls for seven years.
Marcus Mahlen, a broker associated at NAI Sioux Falls, has earned the Certified Commercial Investment Manager designation.
Paulsen has promoted Nikki Leonard to senior accounting specialist. Leonard has been with Paulsen since 2008, when she started as an intern in the accounting department. She began full-time in 2009.
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