Our Team

Christina Quick Henderson has served as executive director of the Montana High Tech Business Alliance since its launch in April 2014. She teaches as an Adjunct Instructor at the University of Montana College of Business and writes for Montana Business Quarterly and other publications. Christina holds an English/Education degree from the University of Iowa and an MBA from the University of Montana, Missoula.

 

Katy Spence is Communications Director for the Montana High Tech Business Alliance. She worked previously with the Missoula Current and Treesource, and she has a master’s degree in Environmental Science and Natural Resources Journalism from the University of Montana. Katy freelances in her spare time under Alcove Writing Services LLC.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jack Meyer is the Systems and Marketing Analyst for the Montana High Tech Business Alliance. Jack is a junior at the University of Montana studying Management Information Systems. He’d like to apply his degree to modern American manufacturing. When Jack is not focused on his work, he spends his time traveling, whitewater rafting, and restoring motorcycles.

 

 

 

 

 

Kyla Kozole is a recent Marketing graduate from the University of Montana and is finishing up her last semester for the Bachelor of Fine Art degree in ceramics and painting. Post-graduation, Kyla plans to pursue marketing work in Montana. Kyla will also further her own art practice with hopes of graduate school in the future. Kyla enjoys spending her free time recreating with her two dogs in the mountains.

 

 

 

 

Maddy Ouellette is the newest intern for Montana High Tech Business Alliance, as well as the only Bobcat in the office. Nonetheless, she is excited to explore Missoula for the summer and work as the Membership and Events Intern. As she approaches her senior year of college studying business marketing at Montana State, Maddy hopes to pursue a career in event marketing, ideally in the nonprofit sector. In her spare time, Maddy enjoys interning for Bobcat Athletics as well as hiking around in the mountains.

 

 

 

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