Board of Directors

The role of the Ronald McDonald House Charities board members focuses on the development of policies that govern Ronald McDonald House Charities of South Dakota.

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Amber Schwiesow

Chair
MIDCO
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Sadie Bell

Past Chair
First Bank & Trust
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Dan Foley

Finance
Paceline Accounting Group, LLP
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Melissa Brinkman

Programs Chair
PREMIER Bankcard
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Mindy Dold

Development Chair
Wells Fargo Bank
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Ali Bolger

Thrivent Financial
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Kendra Calhoun

Avera Health
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Doug Debelak

Sioux Falls
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Dan Doyle

Lloyd Companies
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Ashley Hartshorn

McDonald’s
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Karla Haugan

Sanford Health
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Scott Hjellming

Hjellming Construction
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Derek Ohme

First National Bank in Sioux Falls
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Mary Olinger

Emeritus Board Member
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Thalia Rothrock

Community Volunteer
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Jennifer Sherman

STIFEL
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Jen Stevens

Horizon Pet Care, Brandon SD
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Harriet Yocum

Junior League of Sioux Falls

Those in positions of responsibility and authority in the governance structure of a nonprofit — both volunteers who serve without compensation and employed staff — have a fiduciary duty to the organization, including duties of care, loyalty and obedience. In simple terms, this means that they are required to act reasonably, prudently and in the best interests of the organization, to avoid negligence or fraud, and to avoid conflicts of interest.