Ross Named 40-Under-40 Recipient by Prairie Business Magazine
KLJ Engineering is pleased to announce that Ashley Ross has been named a 40-Under-40 award recipient by Prairie Business Magazine. The recognition profiles young professionals throughout North Dakota, South Dakota, and western Minnesota who have made significant impacts in their profession and communities.
Ross is an environmental planner with 13 years of experience in conservation, environmental planning, environmental health and safety, and project management in both federal and private roles. She has managed the environmental components of transportation, transit, municipal, oil and gas, and mining projects across North Dakota, South Dakota, and Minnesota. Ashley earned her bachelor’s degree in natural resources management from Dickinson State University in Dickinson, ND, and a Dale Carnegie Certificate of Achievement in Effective Communications and Human Relations. She is a member of the North Dakota Chapter of the Wildlife Society and the National Association of Environmental Professionals.
Ashley is currently on the Mandan Horse and Saddle Club Board of Directors, is involved in several local horse clubs, and participates in rodeos across the state. Born a farmer’s daughter, Ashley has a passion for the outdoors and loves helping her clients at KLJ conserve the environment while making their projects a reality. She loves encouraging a love for the outdoors in the next generation and building confidence in kids through equestrian sports and horsemanship. Ross’ commitment to improving the community around her both professionally and personally makes her an outstanding member of the Bismarck-Mandan community, and KLJ is proud to congratulate her on her 40-Under-40 award.