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Executive Director

Greater Bemidji Inc

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Greater Bemidji Inc

102 1St St. W Suite 101

Bemidji, Minnesota,56619

United States

Company Description

Greater Bemidji (JEDC) was organized in 1985 by community leaders to help strengthen businesses and improve the business climate for the Greater Bemidji & Beltrami County Area. One of its main focuses has been to provide gap financing for business in the way o... more.

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Employment History

Executive Director

Bemidji State University


Director of Leadership and Economic Development

Headwaters Regional Development Commission


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Dave Hengel
Executive Director dhengel@greaterbemidji.com


lptv.org

Lakeland Currents host Bethany Wesley welcomes Dave Hengel, the executive director of Greater Bemidji, the economic development group that founded the LaunchPad, and Samantha Nienow, the owner of and presentation designer for Red Zest Design.


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Dave Hengel, Executive Director of Greater Bemidji


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Dave Hengel
Dave Hengel Dave Hengel, Executive Director of Greater Bemidji Dave Hengel Dave Hengel has a 26-year history of economic development work in Northern Minnesota. He is currently the executive director of Greater Bemidji Inc., where he leads north-central Minnesota's efforts to drive economic development. Recent projects completed under his leadership include construction of the Sanford Regional Events Center in Bemidji; redevelopment of the south shore area on Lake Bemidji; starting the Students First! initiative in Bemidji, which is a community commitment to provide each high school student with a success plan and a caring adult coach; initiating Bemidji Leads!, which brings diverse leaders together to build a better community; and founding the Center for Community Stewardship, which has worked with 15 regional centers in the upper Midwest to empower and support leaders to create change in their communities. Hengel previously served as the director of leadership and development with the Headwaters Regional Development Commission for 24 years. He has developed strong relationships with private sector leaders throughout northern Minnesota and has worked extensively with the Red Lake, Leech Lake and White Earth Reservation Tribal Councils. Hengel is a recipient of the State of Minnesota's Vision Award, the National Association of Development Organization's Innovation Award and Minnesota's "Ten Outstanding Young Minnesotans" recognition.


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Dave Hengel, director of Greater Bemidji
The Minnesota Innovation Institute is looking for a permanent home, said Dave Hengel, director of an economic development organization called Greater Bemidji, another institute partner. The goal is to find a building that can serve as a training and consulting center for manufacturing, and also a space for state agencies that focus on job skills. That will likely include DEED, which would play a greater role in providing career and aptitude assessments for job candidates. "I sit here as the economic development director for the region and I see an unemployment rate of about 8 percent and about 1,600 people actively seeking employment," Hengel said.


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