Traci Sletmoe Named a Prairie Business Top 25 Women in Business

Traci Sletmoe Named a Prairie Business Top 25 Women in Business

Congratulations to Traci Sletmoe, who has been announced as one of Prairie Business Magazine’s Top 25 Women in Business for 2022. The annual contest was created to draw attention to the many creative, successful businesswomen in North Dakota, South Dakota, and western Minnesota. Recipients were selected through a nomination process that emphasized professional achievement, community contributions, and volunteerism. 

Traci has always had a passion for helping people solve problems. Even in elementary school she knew she wanted to pursue engineering to have an impact on people’s everyday lives. Since beginning her traffic engineering career in 2017, Traci has worked on a wide array of projects, including small traffic studies of developments, extensive traffic data collection to support larger studies, major corridor studies that redefine communities, and traffic signal design and construction. Throughout every project safety is her priority, not only for those working on the project, but also for the public and maintenance personnel. She strives to provide a quality deliverable for all stakeholders and is willing to pitch in wherever necessary to ensure the project is completed as efficiently as possible, with the highest quality possible.  

Traci serves as an officer in the Fargo-Moorhead chapter of Women in the Wind, which supports local charities each year through fundraising efforts and works to promote a positive image of women motorcyclists. She is also the secretary-treasurer of the Fargo Indian Motorcycle Riders Group which supports local food banks with an annual food drive and other local charities by participating in charity rides.  

Check out Traci and the rest of the nominees, here

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