Bramstedt also joins national nonprofit CFO leadership program
DULUTH— The Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation announced today that it has named Paige Bramstedt finance director, a role she has been serving on an interim basis since July.
“We are pleased to have Paige step into this critical leadership position,” foundation President and CEO Shaun Floerke said. “She has demonstrated finance skills and a keen eye for detail as we have implemented new systems. We are fortunate that she and our organization will grow together.”
Bramstedt has helped bring a new financial management system to the foundation and leads efforts to update and enhance connections with donors as well as administration of grants and scholarships.
“I feel blessed to be part of this team making a difference in the community, especially because this is the community I have always called home,” Bramstedt said.
Bramstedt has worked as an account manager in health information technology and managed grants and accounting for the Large Lakes Observatory at the University of Minnesota Duluth. She earned a bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting, and management from the University of Wisconsin-Superior.
Bramstedt also joined the national CFLeads Executive Leadership Institute cohort for chief financialofficers for 2023-24. The network focuses on community foundations and effective community leadership. As a participant, Bramstedt will assess the foundation’s community leadership practices, share successes and challenges and explore finance’s role in supporting community leadership.
“I love the emerging vision of the foundation and look forward to seeing it come to life into a future that will extend well beyond any of us,” she said.