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Dion Reynolds - President

Dion Reynolds serves as Board Chairman for the Boys & Girls Club of Rosebud.  He was born and raised on the Rosebud Reservation and has deep understanding of his people and what is needed for positive changes in his community.  Dion spent over 18 years in the US Marine Corps where he served as Marine Drill Instructor and deployed to various parts of the world.  In his travels, he developed a very open perspective on life and culture.  It is his belief that all people and cultures can grow and develop by learning from one another.  His educational background includes a Bachelor of Arts in Information Technology Management and an Associates Degree in General Education.  He works full time for the Lac du Flambeau Business Development Corporation as the Chief Operating Officer. 

Dr. Nora Antoine - Vice President

Dr. Nora Antoine is the Regional Director at Leadership for Educational Equity.  Prior to taking on this role, she chaired the business department at Sinte Gleska University.  Nora is a sought-after speaker in the area, presenting regularly at regional forums. Nora and her husband make their home in White River.  Having lived and raised her family on the Rosebud Reservation, Nora is invested in our youth. She is passionate about our Club and improving life for the Sicangu Oyate.

Serena Harmon - Treasurer

Serena Harmon, a member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, is manager and co-owner of Rosebud Rental, a local equipment rental business.  In this capacity she uses her strong entrepreneurial skillset to serve the community, while also stimulating the local economy. She is excited and honored to be able to utilize these skills to serve the Boys & Girls Club of Rosebud. She always strives to instill a good work ethic and sense of purpose in those around her, as she believes doing good, meaningful work is paramount.  When she isn’t busy with work, she enjoys the outdoors, spending time with her large circle of family and friends, running and hiking with her dog Lucky, spending time gardening , and working on her never-ending home projects.

Bo Bearshield - Secretary

Bo Bearshield serves as the prosecutor in the Rosebud Sioux Tribe children’s court.  He is a graduate of the University of South Dakota School of Law.  He played college football for the two time national champions at the University of Sioux Falls. Born and raised on the reservation, Bo believes in the potential of our local youth.   A few of his past volunteer opportunities include working with Special Olympics, Children’s Miracle Network Telethon, guest speaker at Rosebud Youth Fair, coaching youth football, and reading to youth.

Raymond Crow Eagle

Raymond Crow Eagle is a member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe and also serves on the Rosebud Sioux Tribal Council. He is a graduate of Todd County High School and earned his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Black Hills State University. In his current capacity, he is able to get directly involved in efforts to make sure that we allow every child an opportunity to develop their skills and talents and contribute. He is continually exploring options to develop and bring opportunities to all children and to keep listening and learning from all youth. Spending time with his family, participating in community events and volunteering where he is needed is important to him.

Doug Knust

Doug Knust has been mentoring and coaching young people for over 40 years. He started a middle school boys service club in 2001 and works with them weekly. In 2020, he wrote Man Stuff: Things a Young Man Needs to Know. Knust spent 35 years as a franchised automobile dealer and small businessman. He graduated from Creighton University with a finance degree in 1982. He served 11 years on the National Automobile Dealers Association Board of Directors and 14 years on the South Dakota Automobile Dealers Association. He has served on St. Joseph’s Indian School (Chamberlain, SD) Board of Directors since 2011. Knust loves to hunt, golf, sail and bicycle. He’s a political junkie and is interested in all things finance. He is a lifelong college basketball fan. Knust and his wife, Judy, live in Chamberlain, SD, have three grown children and two granddaughters and a grandson.

Lloyd Guy

Lloyd Guy currently serves as General Counsel for the Lac du Flambeau Business Development Corporation in Lac du Flambeau, WI.  He previously served as Attorney General for the Rosebud Sioux Tribe and as a Prosecutor's in Children's Court. Growing up, he was a committed member of the Gene Eppley South Omaha Boys Club as a youth in Omaha, Nebraska. He knows first-hand how the Boys and Girls Club can impact the lives of our youth in a substantial way. He has a B.A. in Political Science and English from Creighton University as well as a Juris Doctorate from the University of South Dakota. He is licensed to practice law in the federal and state courts of the State of Nebraska and the State of South Dakota, the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court. He is also a past member of the National Indian Child Welfare Association and has represented the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in ICWA cases in Colorado, Minnesota, and Nebraska. Guy has a passion for education and the doors that it can open. He believes that every child deserves an opportunity to rise up and accomplish everything they desire to achieve.

Glen Marshall

Glen has served the Club in various ways since 2009. He has filled the roles of volunteer, board member, and site director, before stepping into the executive role in July 2014. Glen resigned from his position as executive director in 2023, after nearly a decade in the role. Glen has also served in the United States Army Reserve and taught social studies at Todd County High School. Glen has served on the national Native Advisory Board for the Boys & Girls Club of America (BGCA) since 2016 and in 2018 was inducted into the BGCA Great Plains Area Council Hall of Fame. Glen holds a B.A. in Economics from Minnesota State University Moorhead and is working towards a masters degree in Sustainability from the University of South Dakota.

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