Hoeven Welcomes New Case Worker to Bismarck Office
BISMARCK, N.D. – Senator John Hoeven today announced the hiring of Rebekah Dohrmann as a case worker in his Bismarck office.
“We are very pleased to welcome Becky Dohrmann as a member of our state staff in Bismarck,” Hoeven said. “Becky brings excellent legal and military experience to this position and is proven problem solver. She is responsive and truly concerned about people, and that will be a wonderful resource for constituents seeking assistance from our office.”
Dohrmann, a member of the North Dakota Bar Association and Reserve Officer’s Association, is a native of Fargo. She received her bachelor’s degree from Concordia College and juris doctor from University of North Dakota. Prior to joining Hoeven’s staff, she worked extensively with the North Dakota National Guard, holding positions as an Employee Relations Specialist, Equal Employment Manager and Labor Relations Specialist. She is also an honor graduate of the U.S. Air Force Basic Military Training School, a graduate of the Air National Guard Officer Training Course and the Air Force Judge Advocate General School. She served as a judge advocate from 1994 – 2007 and retired from the Guard in March, 2007 after serving for 21 years.
Dohrmann has received numerous recognitions for her professional and volunteer work, including the Air Force Reserve Meritorious Service Medal and the National Defense Service Medal. She is involved in a number of community organizations. Her volunteer work includes service on the Missouri Valley Montessori Board, leadership positions with the Girl and Boy Scouts of America and teaching positions with her church’s Sunday and Vacation Bible schools. Becky and her husband Al have four children and live in Bismarck.
In addition to his Bismarck office, Hoeven has state offices in Fargo, Grand Forks, Minot and a staff member based in Western North Dakota. The state offices provide a local contact for constituents who need information or assistance on federal issues. State staff members manage constituent requests, serve as liaisons between citizens and federal agencies and gather input from North Dakotans on policy issues Sen. Hoeven is addressing in Washington.
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