Jeff Griffin, Board President
Vice President/General Manager of Mountain Baseball LLC: Missoula Osprey & MSO Hub. Jeff also serves at Ronald McDonald House, WMARS Board, Third Street Condo Association, Missoula Rotary Club, and as volunteer manager of the Mount Jumbo East Osprey (little league).
Communications & Outreach Manager for the Phyllis J. Washington College of Education and Human Sciences at the University of Montana. Peter directs the operations of the communications and marketing programs within the College, manages the overall College online presence and plays a key role in assisting with development and donor stewardship responsibilities.
Stay at home mother of two. Sienna graduated from the University of Montana with a major in psychology and minor in art. In 2007 She worked as an AmeriCorps VISTA with the Montana Afterschool Network and The Flagship Program. Sienna continued to work with youth as a Behavior Specialist with the CSCT Program in 2011. From 2013 to 2015 she worked as a Youth Development Coordinator for The Flagship Program.
Instructor and strategic consultant for builders, developers, educational institutions and various organizations. John's work encompasses all things relating to designing, building, and exploring and promoting sustainable construction and building a
Partner at Rhoades & Siefert, PLLC. Nicole is an attorney practicing civil litigation in Federal and State Courts in Nevada and Montana. Her practice focuses on providing expert consultation and dedicated representation to individuals and small businesses. Her firm sponsors "Flyaways for Flagship."
Manager of Compliance at Montana Community Development Corporation. Keegan is a certified public accountant and certified fraud examiner.
Tammy worked as The Flagship Program Fund Development Coordinator from 2005-2013. Most recently, Tammy was the Development Director for the Loyola Sacred Heart Foundation. She also serves on the board of the Western Montana Fundraisers Association as the Secretary and is a member of the Missoula Optimist Club.
Energy Conservation Coordinator for the City of Missoula, where he works to coordinate the implementation of Missoula’s Conservation & Climate Action Plan. Outside of work, Jones has served on the Missoula Community School Board of Directors, coaches his son’s Little baseball team, and organizes volunteers to green Missoula’s signature community music and arts festival,
River City Roots.
Mike is a supervisor at the Missoula Job Service. He supervises the federal training programs and outreach efforts. Mike is retired from the Missoula County Public Schools where he was principal at Franklin Elementary. A few years ago, he also served on the Missoula Head Start board of directors. Mike was born and raised in Missoula, attended Hellgate High School, The University of Montana and Montana State University.