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NDBC hires Robin Berger as its new office manager

The North Dakota Beef Commission (NDBC) has hired Robin Berger as its Office Manager. Berger, a Bismarck, N.D., native, brings two decades of office management experience to the Commission. As office manager, Berger’s primary tasks include bookkeeping, overseeing NDBC accounting and management systems with the State of ND, processing information requests, and promoting beef through NDBC-sponsored events and promotions. She succeeds Sylvia Brown of Bismarck, N.D., who held the post for nearly four decades before retiring in 2012.

“We are very excited to welcome Robin to the North Dakota Beef Commission team,” said Executive Director Nancy Jo Bateman. “She is a quick-learner who brings a unique perspective – as a millennial and a mom – to our beef promotion team.”

“I am excited to work with and for North Dakota beef producers and have thoroughly enjoyed learning more about the industry, its people and its wonderful product, beef,” Berger concluded.

–North Dakota Beef Commission


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