|33rd North Dakota State Treasurer|
|Preceded by||Kathi Gilmore|
|Born||August 26, 1962|
North Dakota State Treasurer
State Treasurer Kelly Schmidt has spent the last decade bringing accuracy, transparency and technology to the Office of State Treasurer. She believes strongly in limited and efficient government, and has worked hard to ensure taxpayer dollars are used in an economical and effective manner.
Growing up in North Dakota, Treasurer Schmidt learned the values of hard work, keeping her word, and serving her community. Those are the same values that led her to public service and continue to guide her decisions as she represents the people of North Dakota.
Always believing “the people’s treasury is the people’s business,” Schmidt was elected North Dakota’s 33rd State Treasurer in November 2004 and re-elected in 2008 and 2012. She and her staff provide analysis and data and bring transparency to the state treasury.
As mandated by statute, the State Treasurer also serves her state as a member of the North Dakota State Investment Board, the Teachers Fund for Retirement Board (TFFR), State Canvassing Board, State Board of Tax Equalization, State Historical Board, and the North Dakota Board of University and School Lands.
Recognized by her peers as a national leader, Treasurer Schmidt was elected Chair of the State Financial Officers Foundation in September 2014. She served as President of the National Association of State Treasurers (NAST) in 2011 and also chaired its foundation. She is also a founding member of the North Dakota Jump$tart Coalition, past member of the Board of Directors for the National Jump$tart Coalition and the American Savings Education Council. In 2009, the Council of State Governments named her a “Toll Fellow” for her achievement and service to state government.
Kelly and her husband, Chuck, have four sons and four grandsons. They reside in Mandan, North Dakota.
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