Ryan Callan – President – Associated Employers
Before Ryan and his wife Katie relocated to Yellowstone County in 2013 for work purposes, Ryan worked in the Non-Profit Human Services field. His background includes: developing and managing licensed state community resource programs, direct care community/home-care structured services for at-risk youth, adults and their families. He has a Master of Science degree in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from Missouri State University, and completed his undergraduate studies at Eastern Washington University.
If you wish to learn more about BBBSYC and/or the Board of Directors and how you can be involved, please contact Ryan at email@example.com.
Pete Bolenbaugh – Vice President – Rocky Mountain College
Pete and his wife Rebecca are both natives of Billings, and are proud to be raising their two children in the Magic City. Pete joined the board in September of 2016. Having had many mentors throughout his life, he felt that it was important to bring his skills as a professional fundraiser to BBBSYC to ensure they have the resources necessary to continue matching mentors with children in need. With a passion for hands-on education through science and music, Pete also enjoys playing with a local band in his spare time.
If you would like more information about how you can be involved with BBBSYC and/or the Board of Directors, please contact Pete at firstname.lastname@example.org.
David Fenno – Treasurer – First Interstate Bank
David was born and raised in Billings. After earning his bachelor’s degree at Liberty University, he found his way back home. He and his wife, Christy, are raising two daughters. David likes to unplug by golfing, boating and spending time with family and friends.
“Every child deserves a champion – an adult who will never give up on them, who understands the power of connection, and insists that they become the best that they can possibly be.” – Rita Pierson
Lukas Stevens – Secretary – Weathered Oak Counseling PLLC
Lukas joined the board in June of 2017. He has been working with children and families in a wide range of services since 2009 when he and his wife, Brittany, relocated to Billings from the Phoenix area. He worked for the Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch for seven years before joining forces with Brittany to start Weathered Oak Counseling. He has been in practice since 2014 as a clinical professional counselor. He enjoys being a part of the Billings community in a variety of ways and believes in investing in the community in order to see it flourish. In his free time, he enjoys catching a film at the Arthouse Cinema & Pub along with spending time enjoying all that Montana has to offer with his wife and two dogs.