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Board of Directors 

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Kelley first volunteered for FPGV through her church and was immediately impressed with how much the organization supported the guests in ways far beyond simply providing shelter. As she learned more, she volunteered more and eventually joined the Board. “My participation on the Board has been an honor, helping to forward the mission of the organization is a privilege.” Some of her favorite things include skiing, classic rock, and long road trips.
Kelley Dowdell
Board Chair
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"I believe in the mission of Family Promise and the impact of our organization to the communities we serve.  Our organization provides families the tools and support to help them transition out of housing crisis situations.  I enjoy working with our leadership team to ensure that our organization can continue to meet the needs of our growing community. When I am not volunteering, I enjoy music, anything outdoor related and enjoying time with my wife and our 2 dogs."
Chris McCloud
Vice Chair
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After my time as a Chef, Owner, and Operator of Starky’s Authentic Grill in Bozeman, I joined U.S. Foods as an District Operations Consultant.  I am grateful to be part of helping restaurants thrive in their communities.  Family Promise came into my world in 2020 and I happily joined the board in July of 2021 to help promote awareness of this critically important organization.  I live in Bozeman year round with my husband Glen.  Together we have two amazing adult children who are making a difference in their chosen professions.  We get out to hike, bike, or ski and enjoy all the beautiful things that Montana offers.
Kathy Stark
Member at Large
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Anna currently works with homeless youth as the Family School Services Coordinator for Bozeman School District. “It has been a pleasure to see Family Promise grow and I am proud to be a part of the organization. I strongly believe in Family Promise's mission of empowering families and children experiencing homelessness.” Anna enjoys walking with her springer spaniel Finn, and traveling.
Anna Edwards
Member at Large
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Dr. Chris Stoddard is an economics professor at Montana State University.  She studies the impacts of education and health policies on individuals and communities, and she is currently working with the federal Consumer Finance Protection Bureau on youth financial education.  She is originally from Pittsburgh, PA, but has lived in Bozeman with her husband and three kids for more than 20 years.  Chris loves digging into data but also loves digging into clay and making ceramic sculptures.  She has volunteered with Family Promise since some of the early days and is now excited to serve as a board member for such a dynamic and important organization in our Valley.
Chris Stoddard
Member at Large
Elizabeth “EBeth” Anthony is a painter and printmaker, with a studio at the Emerson Center in Bozeman.  Art is her second career, after decades practicing law in Los Angeles, doing civil and family law appeals.  EBeth has a long history of volunteering for schools, church and community.  EBeth and her husband Pete moved to Bozeman in 2019 to enjoy the outdoor life here, especially hiking, biking, golfing and skiing. She has a B.A. in English literature from Williams College and a J.D. from the UCLA School of Law. EBeth and Pete are the proud parents of three adult children, Evan, Nick and Isobel.  
Elizabeth Anthony
Member at Large
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Tori has lived in Bozeman, MT since 1999. She graduated from Bozeman High School and received a B.S. in Early Childhood Education from Montana State University. Tori went on to complete a Master’s Degree in Early Childhood through Champlain College. Tori has always had a passion for working with and supporting young children and families. Prior to her employment at CCC she worked directly with children in a variety of settings. Tori joined CCC in 2012 as the Provider Services Coordinator  and is now the Executive Director. Tori has three young children and is very well-versed in the challenges families face today. Tori is committed to serving the community and helping families be successful.  
Tori Sproles
Member at Large
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As a fifth generation Montanan growing up between Lewistown and her family’s ranch in the Missouri River Breaks, Charlotte has great knowledge in and passion for her home state. Charlotte’s passion lies in tailoring each transaction to each individual client’s unique wants and needs, ensuring a truly bespoke experience. With the power of Sotheby’s behind her, she aggressively markets her listings to local, national and global publications and websites. Charlotte and her listings have been featured in The Wall Street Journal, LA Times, Washington Post, Mansion Global and many more.

Charlotte is active in her community and has great passion for giving back. She is currently on the board for Family Promise and involved with CASA Montana. In winter, you will find her hitting the slopes at Bridger or Big Sky. Summer, you’ll find her on the golf course or on Flathead Lake enjoying all that Montana has to offer!
Charlotte Durham
Member at Large
Greg is a husband, father to three fantastic children, and all-around adventure seeker and lover of learning. His software chops were honed in product management at Siebel Systems in Silicon Valley, where during his time with the company it grew from fewer than 1,000 to 8,000 employees and he was awarded Siebel Star and Product Manager of the Year, and at X1 Technologies, an Idealab company, where he was Director of Product Management and awarded the X1 Values Champion award. Later, Greg led a group as CEO to acquire a failed distribution company, turn the company around, and later sold the company. He also created an app for visiting National parks, Just Ahead, and founded a real estate investing company. Greg is also an Eagle Scout, an instrument-rated private pilot, a long distance cyclist (think riding 200 miles in one day), and avid sailor. Greg has served on three non-profit boards, including one where he served as Treasurer and head of the Transition Committee during a particularly tumultuous time. 
Gregory Morse
Member at Large
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Christina is married with two sons, three dogs, a pet gecko, and an abundance of fish. Dedicated to being an active community member, she is excited to utilize her extensive experience in project management and marketing to help support and grow FPGV's amazing services.
Christina Julian
Member at Large
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Darrell is a graduate of Rocky Mountain College in Billings. He has worked in Commercial Lending for the past 25 years serving in many capacities, most recently as the Commercial Group Manager for the Gallatin Market for First Interstate Bank. Darrell is a Montana native and has lived in Miles City, Bozeman, Billings, and Missoula.  
He has served on boards for the Museum of the Rockies, Leadership Montana, and Family Promise.  

Darrell and his wife Jodie enjoy raising their daughter's Britney and Brooklyn while camping, spending time on the various Montana Lakes, and snow skiing in the winter.
Darrell Hirsch
Member at Large
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