Kevin Zagrodnick is a Commercial Loan Officer for River Bank and has provided loans and services to businesses of all sizes for 15 years. Kevin graduated from UW-Whitewater with a Mathematics degree. Kevin has been married to his wife, Jeri, for 17 years, has two boys, Eli (13) and Jacob (11), and is the reluctant owner of a dog, Cooper. In his free time he enjoys being active; boating, biking, running, and watching sports are some of his hobbies. He has participated in several marathons and triathlons and completed a full Ironman.
Heather St. Clair
Doug Billings has been the VP of Sales & Marketing for Empire Screen Printing since 2004 as well as an instructor of marketing, business and supervisory management at Western Technical College. He serves on the Western Marketing Advisory Committee and La Crosse Oktoberfest Board of Directors. He is married to Rachele and has three kids Courtney, Gabe and Cayden and one grandson Blake.
Dimitar Dzikov is a Business Banking Officer with the Coulee Bank in La Crosse. Prior to Coulee bank, Dimitar was employed with Wells Fargo Bank. Dimitar has a Bachelor’s Degree and Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from Viterbo University. The motivation to join the Workforce Connections, Inc. Board was fueled by Dimitar’s desire to be part of an organization that helps people and businesses in the community by providing job search assistance, skills training, recruitment while focusing on integrity, fairness, and respect.
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