Board of Directors
James K. Laducer (Board of Director / Chief Lending Officer)
Jim is originally from Belcourt, ND and is an enrolled member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians. He has owned and operated several successful small business. The most notable, Laducer and Associates Inc., was named the SBA North Dakota business of the year in 2001. It is an information management technology company that provides data entry services for various companies. At its peak, the company employed over 300 people in the Bismarck/Mandan and Belcourt communities. Jim also owns and operates Apple Creek Country Club, a well-known 18-hole golf course with a 10,820 sq. foot club house that features a pro shop, lounge, and fine dining. Another business of his, Laducer Development Inc., includes commercial rental properties, real estate development, and construction of custom homes. Prior to these successes, Jim provided management and technical assistance to small business including tribal entities throughout the state of North Dakota and has been recognized by various agencies for his support and commitment to economic development.
Kenneth L. Davis (Board of Director - Chairman)
Ken was born, raised, educated and currently resides in Belcourt, ND. He is an enrolled member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians and has been owner/operator of LaDots, Inc. for over 40 years. LaDots has been one of the most successful businesses on the reservation. Ken has served on numerous boards in the community and has earned various business and community awards. Ken was appointed to the Renewal Community Committee in 2001, and was instrumental in securing funding to staff the center, as well as working with the tribe to pass a Universal Commercial Code.
Phyllis A. Jollie (Board of Director)
Phyllis retired from Jollie's Supermarket in June 2013 after she and her husband had successfully owned and operated the supermarket for 37 years. She is still co-owner of Jollie's Investment, LLP, DBA Belcourt Shopping Center, which is a retail outlet for local businesses. Phyllis has always been very active in the community and has served on multiple committees in the area. She was instrumental in the development of “Pathways to Prosperity”, which is a poverty reduction strategy of the Turtle Mountain Tribe. Since retiring, she has remained active in her community by serving on committees at her church. She is an enrolled member of the Turtle Mountain Bank of Chippewa Indians.