February Luncheon

Jason Salamun is the Vice President of Operations at Black Hills Credit Union, a leading regional financial institution serving over 60,000 members across South Dakota. He spends his days doing what he enjoys most: developing talent, designing strategies, and executing awesome ideas.

Jason draws from a wide range of experiences including serving in the U.S. Air Force, guiding Organizational Development and Branding at a Fortune 500 company, and leading an award-winning team of Training and Development professionals at BHFCU.

Fueled by a desire to make a positive impact in our community, Jason has been involved in numerous civic, charitable, and ministry initiatives including serving on the Board of Directors for Leadership Rapid City, launching and leading a church community, and even walking in red high heels to fight domestic violence. Most of all, he’s a proud family man who is grateful to call the beautiful Black Hills his home.

Jason’s diverse background and bold personality has provided him the opportunity to speak to a wide variety of audiences as a trainer, facilitator, and storyteller. In his talk, “Every Last Drop” Jason will inspire and challenge leaders to get the most out of their life and leadership. Please join us on February 17th at 11:30 AM at the Adoba Hotel.

Please RSVP online to reserve your seat and lunch for this great leadership event.  Tickets are just $20, and you can pay online by following the link above.  While you can pay at the door, we will have limited walk-in seats available on the day of the event.

We are very grateful for our sponsors of this event.  If you are interested in sponsoring a monthly luncheon, please see a member of the board or email BlackHillsLeadership@gmail.com.

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