Dillon Forcier began his career in student leadership his first semester of college. He joined his student senate at Lake Superior College in Duluth, MN and hasn’t regretted a second of it. At the 2017 Spring General Assembly, Dillon ran for LeadMN Governing Council Student-at-Large and served in this position during the 2017-18 year. He also served as the Lake Superior College Student Senate President during this time. At the 2018 Spring General Assembly, Dillon decided to run for the LeadMN Treasurer position because of his passion in student leadership and to continue his work around OERs at the Minnesota State system office.
Dillon started his career in real estate, property management, and hotel management in October 2017. He is now living in Hutchinson, acting as the ownership representative for the Cobblestone Hotel & Suites in Hutchinson, MN. He will be there for a year. Dillon hopes that in 2019 there will be another hotel built that he can represent.
Dillon has plans to attend either Hamline or one of the public four-year universities in Minnesota after this year. Dillon plans to double major in Finance and English, with a minor in Spanish.