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Kelsey Roth promoted to vice president of human resources at BCBSND

MINOT, N.D. — Kelsey Roth has been promoted to vice president of human resources for western North Dakota at Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota (BCBSND).

In her role, Roth is responsible for strategic direction of corporate human resources and workplace services, enforcing and evaluating legally compliant human resources policies, procedures, identifying and implementing long-range strategic talent management goals.

"In this position, I look forward to influencing the team on their employee experiences and being with employees throughout their life cycle with us. I am proud to help my team care for themselves and their families," Roth says.

Roth joined BCBSND in 2017 as a director of human resources at the Fargo District Office. Prior to BCBSND, she worked in various human resources roles and has over 20 years of experience. She worked as a regional human resources manager for Amazon, executive team leader human resources at Target and human resources recruiter for Tecton Products.

Roth says her biggest achievement at BSBSND is creating a flexible work structure and focusing the organization on inclusion and diversity.

Kelsey is from Greenbush, Minnesota, and she holds a bachelor’s degree from University of North Dakota and a master’s degree from University of Mary.

About Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota
BCBSND (www.BCBSND.com) was founded in 1940 with the mission to provide members with affordable access to health care across the state. As a member-owned, not-for-profit independent licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association (BCBSA), BCBSND is committed to transforming care and health across the state to improve outcomes, lower cost trends and make it easier to shop, buy and use health care coverage. Members have access to unmatched local service and to a comprehensive network of health care providers across the state, the nation and in 200 countries.