North Dakota Chief People Officer leaving position

Photo by: North Dakota Governor's Office
Photo by: North Dakota Governor's Office

(Bismarck, ND) -- North Dakota's chief people officer is leaving Governor Doug Burgum's cabinet.

Stacey Breuer is resigning her position to return to work at Doosan Bobcat North America. She announced her resignation Tuesday, which will become effective August 12th.

“Stacey has been an extraordinary leader whose time in state government will have a lasting effect,” said Office of Management and Budget Director Joe Morrissette in a statement released to WDAY Radio. “She has worked to build an efficient, knowledgeable team within OMB’s Human Resource Management Service division and across state government, and transform the state’s HR operating model, all to better the team member, applicant and citizen experience with the state.”

Breuer was the fourth person to serve in the role in Burgum's administration. She began her position in January 2021.