Basin Electric employee featured for community involvement


Erin Huntimer (Photo courtesy North Dakota Farmer’s Union)

Community betterment is the co-op way. Some employees such as Erin Huntimer, however, go above and beyond average involvement.

Huntimer, Basin Electric project coordinations representative, was featured in the August issue of North Dakota Farmer’s Union Farmer to share about her passions involving lifting people and communities via the co-op business model and leadership diversity.

Here’s a snippet from the story:

“I quickly found North Dakota Farmers Union to be progressive in rural issues that are important to me, like women’s leadership, community sustainability, and the cooperative business model,” Huntimer said. “It’s a natural fit, as I’m a 15-year employee of Basin Electric Power Cooperative serving in community relations, and I raise Black Angus, Corrientes and longhorn cattle with my husband and two children in central Oliver County near Hannover.”

Read the entire story: WILD SPOTLIGHT: Erin Huntimer

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