Wahpeton, North Dakota 58075
9 am - Noon, Sat
Multi-Dimensional Fields Require a Banking Advisor with Multi-Dimensional Skills
There are many sides to a financial picture. Paige Kjesbo uses her multi-faceted agricultural and business experience to provide detailed analysis and solutions for her banking clients.
Paige’s leadership roles in agricultural organizations help her uniquely understand the technical and operational sides of agriculture. She uses that acumen to assist producers and agri-business clients to plan for their financial futures.
Born and raised in Hallock, Minnesota, her Red River Valley roots are evident in the career path she chose to help clients in agri-business. Her experience in credit analysis, agriculture, animal health and leadership blend well to assist clients in propelling their businesses forward.
Areas of Expertise
- Livestock enterprises
- Deposit and cash management solutions
- Credit analysis
Education and Professional Credentials
- Bachelor’s Degree – Animal Science and Microbiology – North Dakota State University
The Rest of the Story
Paige is committed to fostering the connection between consumers and agricultural producers through education. In turn, she provides her agricultural clients with information to help them reach financial goals for their multi-faceted businesses.
Her 15 years in 4-H provided a solid foundation, emphasizing head, heart, hands and health. Paige was Little International Beef Superintendent at North Dakota State University, as well as President of the Collegiate Cattlewomen and an Ambassador for the College of Agriculture.
She served as a Research Assistant for the Agricultural Research Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture in Fargo.
As a member of a collegiate meat judging team, she traveled the United States to observe a variety of agricultural operations. She is a member of Rotary International in Wahpeton-Breckenridge, and traveled with the local service club to Guatemala where Rotarians built a schoolhouse.
Most importantly, Paige appreciates the sense of community and connection to agriculture that she has experienced throughout the Red River Valley. She uses her multi-dimensional experience to help clients make prime choices in planning for their financial future.