Rosburg, general manager of the Alerus Center, moved to Grand Forks in 2017 from Casper, Wyo. It has been a positive move, not only because it brought her closer to family and where she grew up in Minnesota, but because she has seen how impactful the Alerus Center is in people’s lives.
She doesn’t like to toot her own horn, but Rosburg has been a big part of that success.
She becomes teary-eyed whenever the lights go down, the music turns up, and the audience is on their feet. It is adrenaline, yes, but it also is because she knows firsthand how much time and work goes into making an event happen.
An example: Luke Combs, who was scheduled to perform at the center in 2020 but was rescheduled for this coming Sept. 17 because of the pandemic. The booking broke records for tickets sold, something that happened on Rosburg’s