LDF BDC Hires I.T. Manager, Dion Reynolds

Dion Reynolds brings U.S. Marine Corps, Tribal information technology and systems experience to LDF BDC.

LAC du FLAMBEAU, Wis.—The Lac du Flambeau Business Development Corporation, the non-gaming business development arm of the Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa, today announced the hiring of Dion Reynolds as Information Technology Manager.

“Dion offers us a wide range of information, communications and data technology experience gained while serving in the military and within Tribal environments,” LDF Tribal President Joseph Wildcat Sr. says. “He’s comfortable leading, planning, coordinating, implementing and evaluating the effectiveness of technology systems, infrastructure and staffing, which will help, as we grow.”

Reynolds brings 20 years information technology experience with the U.S. Marine Corps and, most recently, with the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. He will support information technology systems across LDF BDC business units and work collaboratively with Tribal Government on existing and future systems needs.

“Dion most recently served as Tribal Information Technology Director for the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, where he supported more than 80 Tribal programs from basic desktop support to complex network implementations,” Tribal President Wildcat Sr. says. “His level of experience certainly fits well with our growth goals for the LDF BDC.” Reynolds sees an extraordinary opportunity to support the information technology systems required for the LDF BDC to deliver on its mission of generating revenue and jobs.

“As this organization continues to grow, the information technology and systems required for ongoing success will only grow with it,” Reynolds says. “I’m looking forward to bringing my Tribal and military experience to Lac du Flambeau to do my part in creating a sustainable economic future for the Tribe and its Members.”

About LDF Business Development Corporation–
The LDF Business Development Corporation was created by the Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians to mirror successful tribes, create jobs, and generate revenue outside of gaming. As an economic arm of the tribe, the BDC and businesses under its umbrella are designed to contribute to the general fund while at the same time, maintain investment capital for future projects/business ventures. Visit www.ldfbdc.com to learn more.