Eisenzimmer set to take position as Deputy Auditor

Kensi Eisenzimmer, the new Deputy Auditor for the City of Langdon, will officially take her position beginning on Monday, January 18. 


Posted on 1/16/15

By Melissa Anderson

Eisenzimmer is originally from Devils Lake and received her Business Administration Degree specializing in Marketing and Real Estate from Mayville State University. Following her graduation from Mayville, Eisenzimmer returned home to Devils Lake.

“After college, I started working for the Devils Lake Area Chamber of Commerce working with potential and current chamber members, finances, and all events,” Eisenzimmer said.

Prior to accepting the Deputy Auditor position in Langdon, Eisenzimmer was employed by CHI Mercy Hospital in Devils Lake.

“I was the foundation assistant handling all deposits and donor processing and all minutes for board meetings,” Eisenzimmer said, “I was also the credential specialist for the hospital, working with new and current providers to maintain their privilege status.”

The position is not the only draw for Eisenzimmer as she has connections to the area through her fiancee, Jesse Breyer. Overall, however, Eisenzimmer is looking forward to her new position with the City of Langdon as a way to help her grow.

“I am excited for this new adventure when discussing the job responsibilities with RoxAnne, I felt like it would get me back to my roots. This job has a lot of similar job duties that I had at the chamber but I am so excited for the new aspects of what is to come and how it will help me grow as a person and a professional,” Eisenzimmer stated.

Even with the recent upheaval at Langdon City Hall, Eisenzimmer has no reluctance to the challenges that city hall will face in the coming year. She looks forward to working through it as a team with newly appointed Langdon City Auditor RoxAnne Hoffarth.

“I know there has been some changes within city hall, but I look at that as a challenge and love to find new ways to challenge myself,” Eisenzimmer stated, ”As I have been talking with RoxAnne, I believe that we will make a great team and will work well together.”

Eisenzimmer believes that with her experience in customer service and love of working with people, she will have a positive impact on the office. Add to that the experience of face-to-face communication and it’s clear why Eisenzimmer is a good fit for the office of Deputy Auditor.

“I have a lot of energy and put a 110 percent into my work. I am excited to help the citizens of Langdon when they come into our office,” Eisenzimmer stated.

Eisenzimmer has no specific plans as far as involvement with the community, but her energy and enthusiasm is sure to find something within the community of Langdon that appeals to her.

“I love to be involved in many different aspects. As of right now, I don’t have any plans, but I am very open to the idea of getting involved,” Eisenzimmer said.