STURGIS | Following a nationwide search, the Board of Directors of the Sturgis Economic Development Corp. (SEDC) has named Amanda Anglin as its new Executive Director effective Oct. 15.Anglin, a South Dakota native and graduate of South Dakota State University, has been employed in various city government capacities, most recently as the City Administrator for the City of Lennox, S.D. She also currently serves as Vice President of the Lincoln County Economic Development Association. Amanda and husband, Mitch, will be relocating to Sturgis with their two children.
“I am excited to make the transition from municipal government to economic development, and to be a part of the SEDC team that has done so much to help Sturgis grow,” Anglin said.
“The SEDC board was thrilled to attract such talent for this integral position affecting our area’s bright future,” added SEDC Board Chair Paul Bisson. “We are confident that Amanda will do a great job leading the charge for economic growth in Sturgis and Meade County.”
Anglin will replace SEDC President Pat Kurtenbach, who will retire at the end of the year.