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Meet Our People

Like you, we love Montana. That's why we came to work for the Montana Community Foundation and serve on its board. Every day, we get to help preserve the things we love about our state forever. We hope you'll join us in that worthy pursuit and we hope you'll let us know how we can help.

Our Staff

Mary K. Rutherford
President & Chief Executive Officer
406-441-4949
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Mary K. Rutherford
President & Chief Executive Officer
406-441-4949

When she joined MCF:
January 2014

Where she’s from:
Lewiston, Idaho

What she does:
Mary leads the Montana Community Foundation in its mission of cultivating a culture of giving so Montana communities can flourish.

What she did:
Most notably, Mary served as the President of the University of Alaska Foundation and Chief Development Officer for the University of Alaska System.

What the fancy stuff on her wall is:
Mary earned a master’s degree in Philanthropic Studies from Indiana University and a bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston, Idaho. She is also a Certified Fund Raising Executive.

Favorite place in Montana:
The wilderness

If she had to choose another profession:
Residential remodeler/restorer

Something most people don’t know about her:
I’m a certified scuba diver.

Cathy Cooney
Director, Donor Services
406-441-4954
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Cathy Cooney
Director, Donor Services
406-441-4954

When she joined MCF:
February 2005

Where she’s from:
I was born in Calgary, Alberta, but I lived in California for 40 years (Orange County, Santa Barbara, Santa Cruz).

What she does:
Cathy works closely with donors and fund representatives to access and use the MCF services they need to help them achieve their philanthropic and financial goals.

What she did:
Before coming to Montana, Cathy worked in the nonprofit sector for 20 years in California, including eight years as the director of grant programs for a community foundation in Southern California.

What the fancy stuff on her wall is:
Cathy has a master’s degree in Public Administration and a Certificate in Nonprofit Management.

Favorite place in Montana:
The Echo Lake area near Bigfork, where I live with my husband, Ned, and cat, Slim Shady.

If she had to choose another profession:
Trainer/Group Fitness Instructor. I love teaching Oula and would love to spend a lot more time doing that.

Something most people don’t know about her:
I was a German major in college for a while (not a very practical major!). My parents are German immigrants and most of my relatives are there. I spent a lot of time in Germany growing up, including a four-month stint at a German elementary school in first grade.

Nick Dietzen
Planned Giving Officer
406-443-4271
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Nick Dietzen
Planned Giving Officer
406-443-4271

When he joined MCF:
October 2015

Where he’s from:
Helena, Montana

What he does:
As part of the Montana Office of Gift Planning (MOGP), Nick works with donors, local community foundations and nonprofits across the state to create or increase the value of endowed funds. He serves as a development officer and planned giving expert in support of Montana philanthropy.

What he did:
Prior to MCF, Dietzen worked as a Major Gifts Officer and previously the Sports Information Director at Carroll College. 

What the fancy stuff on his wall is:
Dietzen is a Capital High graduate and received his Bachelor of Arts from the Annenberg School of Journalism/Public Relations at the University of Southern California.

Favorite place in Montana:
Whatever golf course I might have the pleasure of walking in our great state on a given spring, summer or fall day.  I have met a great number of friends and been surrounded by the beauty of our state on the various golf courses in Montana.

If he had to choose another profession:
Sports Broadcasting.  It doesn’t take a lot of prompting for me to talk about sports for hours on end.

Something most people don’t know about him:
I have hosted numerous travelers from throughout the world via couchsurfing (a social network for travelers).

Jen Euell
Program Director, Women's Foundation of Montana
406-541-7408
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Jen Euell
Program Director, Women's Foundation of Montana
406-541-7408

When she joined MCF:
June 2011

Where she’s from:
Billings, Montana

What she does:
Jen is the Program Director of the Women's Foundation of Montana and is passionate about its mission to build economic self-sufficiency for Montana women and create a brighter future for Montana girls.

What she did:
She is the co-founder of the GUTS! (Girls Using Their Strengths) girls' leadership project and the former Program Director of the YWCA Missoula.

What the fancy stuff on her wall is:
Jen has bachelor degrees in Journalism and Social Work, as well as master's degrees in Social Work and Environmental Studies from the University of Montana.

Favorite place in Montana:
Love the mountains…hard to say which the most. Probably the Missions?

If she had to choose another profession:
Entrepreneur, Writer

Something most people don’t know about her:
I worked on Alaskan fishing boats for several years to put myself through college. My dad is a cowboy whose rodeo name was Rubie Euell the Jordan Jewel.

Kay Gray
Senior Accountant
406-441-4947
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Kay Gray
Senior Accountant
406-441-4947

When she joined MCF:
November 2016

Where she’s from:
Helena, Montana

What she does:
Kay helps manage and support MCF's financial operations.

What she did:
Kay retired as a Bureau Chief with the State of Montana, Department of Administration. Prior to that, she worked for several local accounting firms.  

What the fancy stuff on her wall is:

Kay has a bachelor's degree from St. Mary College in Leavenworth, Kansas and is a Certified Public Accountant.

Favorite place in Montana:

Glacier Park

If she had to choose another profession:

I love what I do and can’t imagine doing anything else, but I do wish I had the talent to be an artist. Artists have the ability to make us see ordinary things in extraordinary ways.

Something most people don’t know about her:

I minored in art in college.


Jenifer Gursky
Program Officer, Local Community Foundations
406-441-4953
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Jenifer Gursky
Program Officer, Local Community Foundations
406-441-4953

When she joined MCF:
October 2015

Where she’s from:
Polson, Montana

What she does:
As the Program Officer for Local Community Foundations, Gursky is the key liaison with local community foundations in Montana. She provides them with technical expertise while identifying and connecting in-state and out-of-state funders with local community initiatives. Gursky also provides training for nonprofit board members and staff, leads efforts to convene regional and statewide meetings of local community foundations and assists with fundraising efforts among many other duties.

What she did:
Jenifer has 10 years’ experience in grassroots fundraising. She’s raised money for political campaigns, faith-based projects, community initiatives, and community nonprofits. Before joining MCF, Jenifer was asking people to join a vision of a hunger-free community as the Development Director for Helena Food Share.

What the fancy stuff on her wall is:
Jenifer holds a Political Science degree from the University of Montana and found her love in her minor, International Development. 

Favorite place in Montana:
Double Falls, outside of Augusta on the way to Benchmark.

If she had to choose another profession:
Home and furniture restoration perhaps. Making new from undervalued old is pretty rewarding.

Something most people don’t know about her:
I studied vocal performance for three years, focusing in vocal jazz. If there’s live music, I’m there.

Sarah Korn
Women's Foundation of Montana AmeriCorps Vista
406-541-7409
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Sarah Korn
Women's Foundation of Montana AmeriCorps Vista
406-541-7409

When she joined MCF:
July 2016

Where she’s from:
Denver, Colorado

What she does:
Sarah is the AmeriCorps Vista at the Women's Foundation of Montana working on the PowerHouse Montana initiative.

What she did:
Sarah worked as a Development Assistant for Missoula Children’s Theatre/Missoula Community Theatre and still serves as the Fundraising Coordinator for the Five Valleys Area of Special Olympics Montana, where she coaches snowshoeing and swimming.  

What the fancy stuff on her wall is:

Sarah holds a bachelors degree in Creative Writing and Nonprofit Administration from the University of Montana.

Favorite place in Montana:

Phillipsburg will always be a special, beautiful place to me—read Richard Hugo’s poem “Degrees of Gray in Philipsburg” to see why.

If she had to choose another profession:

Either a personal chef or interior designer.

Something most people don’t know about her:

I’ve been a vegetarian for 11 years, and typically eat vegan before 6pm each day during the week.

Daphne Kurtz
Executive Assistant
406-603-4197
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Daphne Kurtz
Executive Assistant
406-603-4197

When she joined MCF:
October 2013

Where she’s from:
I grew up in Spokane, Washington.

What she does:
As Executive Assistant, Daphne does her best to make sure that everyone is where they are supposed to be, when they are supposed to be there, with the stuff they are supposed to have! It’s not nearly as easy as it sounds.

Favorite place in Montana:
The Lewistown Fish Hatchery

If she had to choose another profession:
If I could be anything I wanted to be I would be a motivational speaker

Something most people don’t know about her:
As a child, we had an acre and a half garden that we had to weed all summer long. I hated it and swore I would never have a garden. I am now planning my first spring garden this year!

Joanne MacIsaac
Development Coordinator
406-541-7407
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Joanne MacIsaac
Development Coordinator
406-541-7407

When she joined MCF:
November 2015

Where she’s from:
I grew up next to an apple orchard in a small, rural town in southern New Hampshire.

What she does:
Joanne supports the work of the Montana Office of Gift Planning as a staff member in MCF’s Missoula office.

What she did:
Joanne’s initial career path started out in the high-tech industry back in the early 90s, but she transitioned to nonprofits from a desire to feel personally inspired by and connected to the mission behind her work. Over the years, she has had the privilege of working for some wonderful organizations including The Nature Conservancy, Maine Audubon, The Vermont Community Foundation, and most recently, Arizona Public Radio. 

What the fancy stuff on her wall is:

Joanne holds a bachelor's degree in Communication from the University of New Hampshire.

Favorite place in Montana:
Ooh, that’s a tough one! I lived in Missoula for several years a very long time ago, so at the moment I’m feeling overwhelmed with excitement about being back amidst the amazing landscape and communities of Montana. I can’t wait to begin rediscovering past favorites like the Tobacco Root Mountains, Salmon Lake, the Anaconda Pinter Wilderness, and the many canyons along the Bitterroot.

If she had to choose another profession:
I would love to work as an interpretive ranger at a National Park, or else in the field of historic preservation. Natural and cultural history are things I have always been passionate about, and I enjoy sharing my enthusiasm as a way to help people learn about and connect to world around them.

Something most people don’t know about her:
Back in 1996, I hiked the first 650 miles of the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to southwestern Virginia – a truly amazing experience!
Riley Meredith
Marketing & Communications Director
406-441-4952
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Riley Meredith
Marketing & Communications Director
406-441-4952

When he joined MCF:
May 2014

Where he’s from:
Helena, Montana

What he does:
Riley is responsible for the overall development and execution of the Foundation’s marketing and communications initiatives.

What he did:
Riley worked as the Senior Manager of Corporate Marketing for Bally Technologies, Inc., one of the largest casino gaming technology companies in the world. Before joining Bally, he served as the Division Director of Business and Gaming for a major Las Vegas public relations and marketing firm.

What the fancy stuff on his wall is:
Riley has a bachelor’s degree with high honors in English (creative writing) from the University of Montana, a master’s degree in writing from the University of Wales and completed a year of doctoral study in creative and critical writing at the University of Sussex.

Favorite place in Montana:
The Northfork of the Blackfoot and anywhere I can be with my wife Darnell and son Finn.

If he had to choose another profession:
World Rally Championship driver or travel writer.

Something most people don’t know about him:
I speak enough Welsh for polite pub conversation.

Jenny Lou Stark
Scholarship Manager
406-441-4946
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Jenny Lou Stark
Scholarship Manager
406-441-4946

When she joined MCF:
March 2015

Where she’s from:
I grew up in Polson, but have been in Helena for 15 years.

What she does:
Jenny manages MCF's scholarship program.

Favorite place in Montana:
Seeley/Swan Lake

If she had to choose another profession:
Helicopter Pilot

Something most people don’t know about her:
I enjoyed running a chainsaw while working for the Forest Service in Troy, Montana.

Jessica Stewart-Kuntz
Director of Operations & Grants
406-441-4950
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Jessica Stewart-Kuntz
Director of Operations & Grants
406-441-4950

When she joined MCF:
October 2015

Where she’s from:
Portland, Oregon

What she does:
Jessica manages MCF's operations as well as oversees the grants program.

What she did:
Jessica has more than 10 years’ experience in community organizing and community engagement, working with all different types of communities on numerous social issues. Most recently, she was in rural eastern Kentucky researching community development in distressed Appalachian communities.  

What the fancy stuff on her wall is:

Jessica graduated summa cum laude from Portland State with a bachelor's degree in American History and also holds a master's degree in Public Administration (Nonprofit Management and Community Development) from Morehead State University.

Favorite place in Montana:

The Kuntz Family Farm near Yellow Bay on Flathead Lake. Or the Paradise Valley.

If she had to choose another profession:

A public historian

Something most people don’t know about her:

I sang backup in a disco band.

Caleb Stumberg
Database Systems Manager
406-443-8313
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Caleb Stumberg
Database Systems Manager
406-443-8313

When he joined MCF:
November 2016

Where he’s from:
Helena, Montana

What he does:
Caleb manages and maintains MCF's database systems.

What he did:
Caleb worked for the Montana Democrats doing campaign work. Before that I attended Seattle Pacific University in Seattle, WA.

What the fancy stuff on his wall is:
Caleb has two bachelor degrees, one in history and one in political science with a focus on international relations. 

Favorite place in Montana:
Glacier National Park and the surrounding small towns.

If he had to choose another profession:
National Geographic photographer because it would be awesome and full of overseas adventures.

Something most people don’t know about him:
I have visited 20 countries outside the United States.

Amy Sullivan
Director, Montana Office of Gift Planning
406-541-7406
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Amy Sullivan
Director, Montana Office of Gift Planning
406-541-7406

When she joined MCF:
July 2014, but I have been a fan of MCF since its establishment!

Where she’s from:
Simms, Montana…well, actually five miles outside of Simms on a ranch.

What she does:
Amy leads gift-planning efforts on behalf of MCF in support of the many charitable organizations serving Montana. Amy works as convener, educator, development officer and gift planning expert in support of Montana philanthropy.

What she did:
Amy served as the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Montana History Foundation, a private nonprofit for public benefit whose mission is to save, preserve and protect Montana’s historic resources. Before this, she ran her own association management and government affairs business. Amy started her career in journalism in Chicago, Illinois and Great Falls, before spending eight years working for publicly elected officials including two governors, a congressman and a United States senator.

What the fancy stuff on her wall is:
Amy has a bachelor’s and master’s degree from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism.

Favorite place in Montana:
I have too many to list. I like the landscapes that are a little rough around the edges, because if nature doesn’t give you something to push against how do you know what you are made of!

If she had to choose another profession:
I am right where I want to be. If I had artistic talent (which I don’t) I think I would want to be an artist of some kind. To be able to move people with something you create would be incredibly rewarding.

Something most people don’t know about her:
I love antique hardware. Hinges and door knobs in old houses are like jewelry to me. That people took the time to craft such beautiful utilitarian pieces amazes and delights me!

Kacie Tollefson
Controller
406-603-4199
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Kacie Tollefson
Controller
406-603-4199

When she joined MCF:
September 2016

Where she’s from:
Malta, Montana

What she does:
Kacie is the Controller and manages the assets of the foundation while maintaining proper financial tracking and reporting within accounting, IRS and legal requirements. 

What she did:
Kacie was in public accounting for 15 years. She started her professional career at Gary McGee & Company in Portland, OR for a little over five years where she specialized in nonprofit audit and tax. Kacie then moved to Coeur d’Alene, ID and worked for Magnuson, McHugh & Company performing nonprofit and governmental audits. During her time in Coeur d’Alene, she also served as a member and the Treasurer of the Idaho Panhandle Kiwanis, and as a member and Chair of the Audit committee for the Girl Scouts of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho. 

What the fancy stuff on her wall is:
Kacie has a bachelor's degree in Accounting and Business Administration with emphases in Finance and Management from Carroll College.

Favorite place in Montana:
Malta and Helena - my two "hometowns."

If she had to choose another profession:
I would have been either a chiropractor or possibly a pharmacist. Both professions just seemed interesting to me. 

Something most people don’t know about her:
My high school burned down my senior year.


Our Board

Dale Woolhiser
Chair (Missoula)
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Dale Woolhiser
Chair (Missoula)

A Montana native, Dale is the First Vice President-Investments with UBS Financial Services in Missoula. After graduating from the University of Montana in 1974, Dale worked in the financial services industry for the next fifteen years before taking an early retirement to become a children’s book author. Dale returned to financial management in 1995 as a branch manager for Merrill Lynch. He has been actively involved with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Missoula as a board member and is a founding board member and past President of the Missoula Community Foundation. In 2009, Dale was honored with a Community Service Award from the University of Montana for his outstanding service and commitment to the Missoula community. He was also awarded the Western Montana Fund Raisers Association’s Outstanding Philanthropist Award in 2015.

Laura Brehm
Vice Chair (Missoula)
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Laura Brehm
Vice Chair (Missoula)

Laura has been a philanthropy consultant with Brehm Consulting since 2013. During this time, Laura worked for two years as a senior consultant with Phoenix Philanthropy Group. Laura served as president and CEO of The University of Montana Foundation in Missoula, Montana from 2003-13. Before joining the UM Foundation, she served as vice president and national director of development for the Trust for Public Land in San Francisco, California. Prior to her service at The Trust for Public Land, she spent 15 years in a number of senior positions at the University of California, Berkeley, her alma mater. In her last five years at Berkeley she was the assistant dean for development and alumni relations at the Haas School of Business. She is a former Board member of the Five Valleys Land Trust and currently serves on the Northern Rockies Advisory Board for The Trust for Public Land and the Missoula Downtown Foundation. She is active in the Missoula community and consults with and volunteers with many non-profits in the region. 

Kelly Bruggeman
Secretary (Billings)
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Kelly Bruggeman
Secretary (Billings)

Kelly is a Vice President with First Interstate BancSystem and the Executive Director of the First Interstate BancSystem Foundation. Kelly was a founding board member of two statewide Montana nonprofit organizations – NeighborWorks Montana and the Montana Financial Education Coalition, of which she is still a board member. Kelly has served on the boards of Philanthropy Northwest and the Montana Nonprofit Association. She is also a member of Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship, Council on Foundation and Philanthropy Northwest. Kelly is a graduate of the University of Montana’s School of Business Administration and the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University - Governing the Family Business.

Cynthia R. Woods
Treasurer (Billings)
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Cynthia R. Woods
Treasurer (Billings)

Cynthia R. Woods, attorney-at-law, brings her skill in estate planning to the board. Cynthia owns a private law practice , in which she specializes in estate planning, estate and trust administration, guardianship/conservatorship proceedings and business succession planning. Cynthia was born and raised in Plentywood, Montana. She received her undergraduate degree (magna cum laude) in finance from the University of Denver, her law degree (with honors) from the University of Montana and an advanced tax law degree from the University of Miami. Cynthia also serves as a member of the Yellowstone Guardianship Council (a group of professionals that volunteer as court-appointed guardians for incapacitated residents that do not have family that can serve) and on the Cottonwood Park Advisory Board.

Barbara Byrne
(Ulm)
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Barbara Byrne
(Ulm)

Barbara is a Montana rancher. She has served on the Cascade Education Foundation board for three years, the University of Great Falls Finance Committee for four years and board for three years and is also on the board and Development Committee for the Benefis Foundation.

Mary Craigle
(Helena)
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Mary Craigle
(Helena)

Mary is the Director of Data Projects and Research Initiatives for the Montana Department of Labor and Industry. Her research skills are invaluable to the Foundation in spotting and understanding economic and demographic trends in Montana. Before taking her position at the Census & Economic Information Center, Mary managed research functions for the Montana Department of Revenue, the Commissioner of Higher Education, the Office of Public Instruction and the Department of Corrections. She owned her own market research firm Market Revelations which was operated first in Kansas City, Missouri then later in Montana until 2001. With a degree in business finance, Mary previously worked as a broker and had her Series 7 and Series 51 license, as well as a comptroller, bank bookkeeper and insurance sales person.

Jo Ann Eder
(Red Lodge)
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Jo Ann Eder
(Red Lodge)

Jo Ann Eder is the President of the O.P. and W.E. Edwards Foundation, located in Red Lodge. In that role, Jo Ann has learned the importance of the nonprofit sector to the life of a community. She is proud to serve as the board chair of the Red Lodge Area Community Foundation, a board member of the Montana Community Foundation, and is the former co-chair of the Montana Children’s Trust Fund Board. She is a former board member and present volunteer for the Baretooth Cupboards – Carbon County’s Community Food Bank and Philanthropy Northwest, a regional association of foundations. She is also a member of Leadership Montana and Trust Montana among other organizations. She has a Ph.D. in Astronomy from Yale University and a M.S. in Cross Cultural Education from the University of New Mexico. She is very active in the philanthropic community with a special emphasis on giving in Indian Country. 

Greg Hanson
(Philipsburg)
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Greg Hanson
(Philipsburg)
Greg is a retired attorney, having practiced since 1972 with the Missoula law firm Garlington, Lohn & Robinson. His practice was primarily in the estate planning, probate, taxation, real estate and business areas. Greg was designated by the Best Lawyers publication as the 2014 Trusts & Estates lawyer of the year and 2015 Tax lawyer of the year in Missoula. Greg graduated from the University of Montana in 1968, receiving a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, with high honors. After successfully passing the test to become a Certified Public Accountant, he entered the University of Montana Law School, receiving his Juris Doctor degree with honors in 1971. Greg has served on numerous boards of nonprofit organizations over the years, and served for over twenty years as Counsel to the University of Montana Foundation. Greg also served as a member and then chairman of the Montana Facilities Finance Authority.
Karen Latka
(Helena)
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Karen Latka
(Helena)

Karen previously worked for the Foundation for the Diocese of Helena as an Accountant and Office Manager. Prior to this, she served as the Parish Financial Consultant. Before moving to Helena, Karen served on the board of directors for Basin State Bank headquartered in Stanford, MT with branches in Lewistown and Geraldine. Karen’s background also includes work in the banking industry in the Seattle area and two years in finance for The Boeing Company. She grew up on a ranch outside of Stanford and attended Montana State University where she earned a degree in Business Finance with a minor in Economics. Karen served as Vice President and President of the Rossiter Elementary School Parent Council and served on the Superintendent’s Advisory Council.

Casey Lozar
(Helena)
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Casey Lozar
(Helena)

Casey is the Bureau Chief of the Business Development Bureau for the Montana Department of Commerce. Previously, Casey served as the Program Manager for Montana’s State Tribal Economic Development Commission (STEDC). His previous positions also include Chief Marketing and Development Officer for the Notah Begay III Foundation (NB3F) and vice president of the American Indian College Fund. Casey holds a B.A in History from Dartmouth College, a M.Ed. from Harvard University and an MBA from the University of Colorado-Denver. In 2010, he was recognized as a Top 40 Native American Under 40 and was selected as an American Express NGEN Fellow by the Independent Sector. His board service includes the Montana Board of Regents, S&K Technologies and S&K Electronics. Casey and his wife Reagen have three young children. Born and raised on the Flathead Indian Reservation in Montana, he is an enrolled member of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes.

Scott Pankratz
(Missoula)
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Scott Pankratz
(Missoula)

Scott is the co-founder and Executive Director of Ecology Project International. He is also founder and Director of the Swift Center for Conservation Education and founder and facilitator of Nonprofit Leadership Roundtable. He also serves as a member of the board of directors of the Montana Nonprofit Association and is a Fellow of the Academy for Systems Change. Scott earned a master’s degree in Environmental Studies from the University of Montana and a bachelor’s in Environmental Studies from the University of California, Santa Barbara.

Mary Ann Phipps
(Glendive)
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Mary Ann Phipps
(Glendive)

Mary Ann is a senior tax accountant at CHMS, P.C., an accounting and tax firm in eastern Montana. Her work includes individual, corporate, nonprofit, partnership and estate tax as well as estate planning services. She is an Enrolled Agent with the IRS. Prior to CHMS, Mary Ann worked at the Garfield County Bank in Jordan, MT and is a founding board member of the Garfield County Community Foundation. She attended Brigham Young University and has five children.

Tawnya Rupe
(Wilsall)
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Tawnya Rupe
(Wilsall)

Tawnya is the Mountain Sky Guest Ranch Fund Director at the Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation. She formerly served as the founding board President of the Park County Community Foundation, board member of the Montana Outdoor Science School and Community Foundations of Montana council member. She is currently a member of Funders for Montana’s Children. Tawnya also operates a cattle and hay business with her husband.

Camila (Cami) Skinner
(Sidney)
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Camila (Cami) Skinner
(Sidney)
Cami is the Operations Manager for Seitz Insurance Agency of Sidney.  Active in her community, Cami serves in a variety of leadership positions beneftting the arts, economic development, education, and youth. Cami earned a B.S. in Business Administration, a B.A. in Communication Studies, and a Masters of Business Administration from The University of Montana. 

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