TEAM

A Little About The Chamber

We’re a pretty lively bunch here at the Chamber! What do we share in common? We’re all crazy excited to be delivering a service that connects
business and community.

MEET CHRISTINA

Christina Jorgensen

Executive Director

I am grateful to accept a new role as the Executive Director of the Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce. I take great pride in Dickinson and surrounding area and look forward to giving back to the community through my work within the Chamber. Moving forward with this organization, I aim to build on the foundation built through the dedicated staff, volunteers, and members who have served before me, while continuing to develop professional relationships and remain committed to the mission and vision of the Chamber. Having the opportunity to serve in this capacity and continue connecting businesses and the community is an incredible honor.

FUN FACTS

→ Born and raised in Dickinson, ND

→ I can drive a motorcycle, car, or bus. Just not at the same time

→ B.A. degree from Concordia College, Moorhead

→ Proud momma, wife, sister, and auntie

MEET MEGAN

Megan Klassen

Marketing & Communications Manager

Megan has woken up every day for over four years excited to make a difference with the Chamber in the community.

She is crazy excited to support the Chamber by delivering marketing that changes the way members view their investment & involvement.

FUN FACTS

→ A native North Dakotan & seasoned marketer who honed helping uncover insights and “Aha” moments to fuel effective marketing and product strategies while working in Minneapolis.

→ Holds a degree from the University of St. Thomas

→ Mother to 3 (↓ the age of 6) who love to explore the Badlands

→ Weird music lover who also speaks French

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

The Chamber’s Board of Directors governs Chamber activities generally, including setting the budget, adopting policies, rules and regulations, and controlling its property and finances. Its members consist of up of up to 13 volunteers who are nominated by community leaders and voted on by existing board members. They may serve up to two consecutive, 3-year terms.