Who We Are
Day of Excellence is the legacy project created by the Leadership Rapid City Class of 2009 with a desire to provide a legacy project that makes our community better tomorrow than it is today.
Today, we are an organization of volunteers who are PASSIONATE about helping the people in our community thrive and grow. We LOVE Day of Excellence and BELIEVE in our mission:
Mission: To promote a culture of excellence through personal and professional development resulting in stronger communities.
Vision: To become a nationally acclaimed organization, instrumental in providing world-class personal and professional development for the betterment of the communities we serve.
The purpose of this day is to inspire and motivate you to reach your full potential through top-notch speakers presenting on topics such as attitude, goal setting, personality differences, and work-life balance. Day of Excellence will leave you positively transformed.
In its nine year span with over 35 renowned speakers, Day of Excellence has established itself as the area’s premier event for personal and professional development.
The individuals currently committed and serving to bringing you the ‘Day’ are:
Ericka Heiser - President
Ketel Thorstenson, LLP
Renae Hicks - Vice President
Black Hills Federal Credit Union
Stacia Peters - Treasurer
Codie Magbuhat - Secretary
Black Hills Works
MEMBERS AT LARGE:
Dave Raml State Farm Agency
Black Hills Energy
Black Hills Community Bank
Modern Woodmen of America
Day of Excellence is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization incorporated in the State of South Dakota. All donations are fully tax deductible to the extent allowable by law.
Leadership Rapid City Class of 2009
The founders of Day of Excellence include:
Back Row (L to R): Rory Adams, Mandy Hertel, Jerry Schmidt, Derek Nelson, Gwenn Markham, Kathy Stanton, Amy (Neeves) Rittberger, Larry Adams, Jason Ketchum
Middle: Ericka Heiser, Bob DeWald, Stacia Peters, Codie (Broome) Magbuhat, Corrie Stephens
Front: Mike Oster, Leah Heidler, Julie Jones-Whitcher and Sue Shirley
Not pictured: Carson Engelskirger