The Minot Public School Foundation Board of Directors announced Danielle (Cook) Rued has joined the foundation as its new executive director.
She is a Minot native and proud graduate of Minot High School, class of 2008. She earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing, management, and international business from Minot State University in 2013. While attending MSU, Rued was active in many clubs and organizations, both on campus, and in the community, and successfully completed an internship in the Alumni Office.
Jake Thrailkill, Minot Public School Foundation Board President said of Rued: “We are excited to have Danielle representing the Minot Public School Foundation. We feel she will be an outstanding asset to our organization and help to further the work the foundation does to preserve, promote and enhance the Minot Public School District. “
Prior to joining the MPSF, Rued was the campaign coordinator at the Souris Valley United Way.
The mission of the Minot Public School Foundation is to preserve, promote, and enhance the quality of education of the Minot Public School District. The MPSF also helps with MPS class reunions. This organization, comprised of a fifteen-member volunteer board, is actively involved in raising additional funds to enhance the present outstanding academic programs. Technology, scholarships, teacher enrichment grants, and teacher development have been identified as target priorities in past years. Many contributions have been given as memorials, tributes, endowments, grants and monetary donations since its inception in 1993. The foundation works to secure a variety of resources to enrich and enhance the quality of education provided by the Minot Public Schools.