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Mr. Jerry L. Nagel

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Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Bismarck High School
  • MA , economics
    University of North Dakota
  • Master of Arts degree , economics
    University of North Dakota
  • Bachelor Degree , economics
    University of North Dakota
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Jerry Nagel - Houston Maritime Museum
www.houstonmaritimemuseum.org, 24 Sept 2014 [cached]
Jerry Nagel
President & CEO, Rickmers-Linie (America), Inc.
Mr. Nagel is responsible for all project and break-bulk shipping activities in the Americas for one of the world's leading project-breakbulk-heavylift carriers. He chairs the WGMA Education Committee and is a Director and Executive Committee member of the Greater Houston Port Bureau as well as being a member of the Industry Advisory Boards to the Breakbulk Institute and UH Center for Logistics and Transportation Policy. Mr. Nagel graduated from LSU with degrees in transportation management and economics.
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www.ngplains.org, 16 Nov 2013 [cached]
Jerry Nagel
President jnagel@ngplains.org 701.364.1349
Jerry Nagel is a fourth generation North Dakotan. He spent his winters attending school in Bismarck, North Dakota and his summers on his grandparent's farm on the edge of Millarton, ND (pop. 15). Jerry has many fond memories of his time on the farm, such as the time his first bicycle arrived on the train, which came to town two days a week, and some not so wonderful memories, like picking rock all day in the fields or tossing hay with a pitchfork up into the barn hay loft in 90+ degree heat. All in all though, these days played a big role in Jerry's lifelong commitment to rural advocacy. >p>Jerry attended primary and secondary school in Bismarck. He attended Bismarck High School where he assumed that the team name, the Demons, was also a descriptor for how students should behave. Jerry graduated from high school in 1969 and then began a rather long college career adhering to the perspective that schooling should never interfere with his education. Jerry finally received an MA in economics from the University of North Dakota in 1984.
Along the way to his degree, Jerry worked for several organizations, sometimes even as the director, including the Association for Human Development, North Dakota Rural Development Corporation, the Crookston Enterprise Development Center, the Northwest Regional Development Commission, and the Red River Trade Council. He also served as an economic development advisor to former North Dakota Governor Art Link. Jerry also coauthored Talking Wires, a history of North Dakota's rural telephone cooperatives and authored "Aid to the Poor: Am I My Brothers Keeper", a humanities study guide.
Currently Jerry serves as the President of the Northern Great Plains Inc. a non-profit applied research, demonstration and convening organization. NGP Inc. focuses its work on futures study, creating economic opportunity, and supporting a healthy environment and vital communities. Jerry provides leadership, strategic direction and management to this a five-state collaborative rural development initiative. He works closely with an 18 member Board of Directors representing 5 states and two Canadian provinces and maintains productive communications with local, state and federal officials, rural development organizations and public leaders.
Jerry is coauthor of several NGP publications including "The New Marketplace in European Agriculture: Environmental and Social Values within the Food Chain", "Private Sector Protocols: Threats and Opportunities for American farmers", and Towards New Horizons: Trends in Transportation and Trade - Moving the Northern Great Plains Region to a Stronger Economic Future. He was an editor of Renewing the Countryside-North Dakota. Jerry serves on several Boards of Directors and Advisory Committees including the Greater Minnesota Housing Fund, the North Central Regional Center for Rural Development, the Consensus Council, the National League of Cities International Task Force, and the Canadian-American Border Trade Alliance.
Jerry has also attended the Senior Executives in State and Local Government program at Harvard University as a Fannie Mae Foundation Fellow. He is also a Donella Meadows Leadership Fellow.
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TEDx1000Lakes - Jerry Nagel - A Way Forward when Worldviews Collide
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Jerry Nagel, co-founder of the Meadowlark Institute, talks about worldviews and the importance of understanding the origins of our own worldview and apprecia...
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TEDx1000Lakes - Jerry Nagel - A Way Forward when Worldviews Collide
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TEDx1000Lakes - Jerry Nagel - A Way Forward when Worldviews Collide
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Jerry Nagel, co-founder of the Meadowlark Institute, talks about worldviews and the importance of understanding the origins of our own worldview and apprecia...
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Jerry Nagel, co-founder of the Meadowlark Institute, talks about worldviews and the importance of understanding the origins of our own worldview and apprecia...
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TEDx1000Lakes - Jerry Nagel - A Way Forward when Worldviews Collide
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Jerry Nagel, co-founder of the Meadowlark Institute, talks about worldviews and the import...
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TEDx1000Lakes - Jerry Nagel - A Way Forward when Worldviews Collide
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TEDx1000Lakes - Jerry Nagel - A Way Forward when Worldviews Collide
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Jerry Nagel, co-founder of the Meadowlark Institute, talks about worldviews and the importance of understanding the origins of our own worldview and apprecia...
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Jerry Nagel
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Jerry Nagel believes strongly that participatory leadership and dialogue processes create communities and organizations where people are treated with respect and where there is an opportunity for all voices to be present and to be heard. These processes bring forth the knowledge, wisdom and leadership capacity that is within each of us, our organizations, and our communities. Jerry is deeply committed to hosting meaningful conversations around many of our most difficult issues, including race, gender, age, sexual orientation and political and economic power.
Jerry is President of the Meadowlark Institute, an organization committed to developing our individual and collective capacity to engage in meaningful conversations with those who hold different traditions, values and goals. He is a Steward in the Art of Hosting Community of Practice and a Flow Game practitioner. As a fourth generation North Dakotan, Jerry has a deep respect for our connections to the land and places we each come from. Jerry has a Ba and MA in Economics and is currently completing his PhD at Tilburg University, The Netherlands. He has attended the Senior Executives in State and Local Government program at Harvard University as a Fannie Mae Foundation Fellow and is also a Donella Meadows Leadership Fellow.
IFPTA - International Forest Products Transport Association
www.ifpta.org, 28 Nov 2012 [cached]
Rickmers-Linie (America) Chairman Jerry Nagel is presented with the Breakbulk Lifetime Achievement IFPTA - International Forest Products Transport Association IFPTA
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Rickmers-Linie (America) Chairman Jerry Nagel is presented with the Breakbulk Lifetime Achievement
(PRESS RELEASE) - November 4, 2011 - Jerry Nagel, Chairman of Rickmers-Linie (America), was presented with the 8th annual Lifetime Leadership and Achievement Award at a ceremony celebrating the opening of the 22nd annual Breakbulk Transportation Conference and Exhibition at the New Orleans Convention Center on 26 October. This is an event attended by more than 3,600 breakbulk and heavy-lift industry executives.
Nagel, 62, has spent much of the past decade working as president and CEO at Rickmers-Linie (America) in Houston, where he oversaw the expansion of the German carrier's business in the Americas. He started his shipping career at age 18 when he joined his father working on the New Orleans waterfront.
In accepting the award, Nagel credited the transportation industry as a whole for enabling him to do his job and achieve success.
"I am not finished yet, I still have a lot to do," he said. He then discussed the new challenges facing him as he deals with pulmonary illness:
"During the process of qualifying for a lung transplant, I have come to fully understand the serious hardship, both financial and emotional, that people without adequate insurance and other resources face when dealing with catastrophic illnesses. Just like the coordination and team work of our industry in performing its tasks, we must also take care of our own transportation industry family."
Nagel announced that he would spearhead the formation of a fund to assist members of the transportation industry from all sectors, modes and functions when these hardships occur.
According to the event's organisers, the Lifetime Achievement Award recognised the fact that for much of the past two decades, Nagel had become well known throughout the breakbulk transportation sector as a vocal proponent of industry recruiting at the entry level and for the development of resources to reach young people who might be interested in a breakbulk career. The organisers also noted that Nagel had spoken tirelessly at high school career days and developed "speaker squads" to talk to industry groups.
Nagel helped the Houston Maritime Museum relocate to a new venue and has used it as a springboard to attract students of all ages to the maritime industry. He has served as Chairman of the West Gulf Maritime Association's education committee, which disseminates information about opportunities in the maritime industry to high schools and colleges. He also was a key supporter in the formation of Breakbulk Events' Education Day program, which, after one year, has held programmes for more than 500 students and industry newcomers around the globe. The Breakbulk Lifetime Leadership and Achievement Award has been presented annually since 2004.
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