Dan Noteboom is the former owner and current CEO of Noteboom Implement, LLC, a 9-store John Deere dealer organization in South Dakota and Iowa and has been a highly respected community leader within a rural low-income community for decades. He has served in leadership roles within organizations such as the South Dakota Value-Added Producers organization, which developed new types of agribusiness opportunities for regional farmers. Noteboom has served as a member of the nonprofit Corsica Development Corporation board and its agriculture sub-committee, working in community development for almost 30 years. As a member of the Northern Great Plains Board, he participated in a Federal study of the Northern Great Plains, examining the viability of low-income communities in the areas of health care, housing and economic growth. He also has served as a commissioner for the South Dakota Aeronautics Commission which over saw the states airports budget and worked with the National FAA on federal mandates and funding. He has played a leadership role in many public initiatives in the greater Corsica area as well as the Chamberlain and Lower Brule Reservation areas. Mr. Noteboom currently represents the agricultural industry on the South Dakota Council of Economic Advisors where he serves as an advisor to the Governor. He is also serving as an elder for his home church.