Chase Rose is a successful frontline fundraiser and Campaign Manager, currently leading numerous multi million dollar fundraising campaigns in various sectors. Mr. Rose is also a seasoned public speaker and facilitator, who has presented to collective audiences of 142,000 people across the United States and several international venues. Mr. Rose has worked with various donors to secure multiple millions for various campaigns in addition to providing coordination and management of volunteers and key staff members.
Jeff CarpenterBird Dog Innovation
Jeff Carpenter provides freelance assistance for high tech commercialization, including market research, competitive landscape analysis, tech scouting, due diligence, and patent strategy and monetization. Areas of particular interest are clean technologies, life sciences, food and ag, and new materials from renewable resources. Jeff is also a founder and “neat stuff developer” for SkoobLevart, Inc., a specialty travel products company that makes anti-pickpocket products for travelers, and publishes a blog about hidden gems of historical and cultural interest.
John DudasCMA, CFM
John is an accounting professional with 25 years working in industry, including small business start-ups, high-tech, dot.coms, nonprofits, and manufacturing environments. He also has enjoyed spending 12 years teaching accounting courses at Montana State University (Bozeman), and three years teaching Quickbooks Online. With strength in numbers, analysis, and decision making support, John’s business experience includes many aspects of accounting and bookkeeping.
Charlie CromwellPartner, Cromwell Law
Charlie is a firm believer in service. His extensive knowledge regarding legalities of purchasing, selling, or starting a business, serving as valuable in-house counsel for active businesses, and developing data and app privacy policies allows him to set each client up for success. Whether he assists an entrepreneur in starting and growing their dream, advises a fellow veteran on a business transaction, or forms an intricate estate plan, Charlie excels at navigating dynamic situations.
Jane TeccaSupervising Broker, Engel & Volkers
Jane Tecca has been self employed most of her adult life. This has given her a passion to help other like-minded people to succeed in their chosen fields. Ms. Tecca serves on several boards and volunteers for multiple organizations. Ms. Tecca is on the NRMEDD’s Board of Directors. She has been a real estate broker since 2005. Jane was licensed in 2005 and after moving thru the ranks at a couple other firms is now the Supervising Broker for Engel & Völkers Livingston and Park County.
Nikki NaiserExecutive Coach & Integral Facilitator, Flex Leadership
Nikki Naiser works with leaders to overcome barriers and develop new capacities to see, think and act. A perceptive facilitator, she navigates complex group and interpersonal dynamics to yield creative solutions. Informed by a career in corporate and organizational leadership, Nikki is driven to help advance organizations and individuals. Team members feel more valued and connected to their work, their colleagues, and their organizations.
Daren NitzPrincipal, Free Vector Law Group
Daren Nitz has almost 30 years’ experience representing entrepreneurs, public and private companies, and venture investors in private and public equity, debt, and convertible securities offerings in emerging and established businesses. Daren assists clients on a wide variety of corporate matters, including venture formation, corporate governance and planning, strategic alliances, and mergers and acquisitions, as well as acting as outside general counsel. He is also Global Head of Law and Compliance for a large, multinational software and educational company based in Japan. Daren is licensed to practice in Montana, Washington, and California.
Carl CaulkPrincipal Integritas Creative Solutions, LLC
Carl Caulk currently serves as the Owner and Principal of Integritas Creative Solutions. Integritas provides consultation, training and instruction to public and private entities in the following areas: security, law enforcement, compliance, ethics, organizational management, investigations, threat mitigation, risk assessment, protective operations and protective intelligence. Caulk serves as the Executive Director of the non-profit U.S. Marshals Survivors Benefit Fund, and is also a member of the U.S. Marshals Museum Foundation Board of Directors.
Willian MacBrideFounder, MacBride Law
Bill assists clients in order to meet their business objectives, by providing timely responses in patent, trademarks, mining and other business matters.
Bill is the founder of MacBride Law, PLLC. He spent 21 years as a partner at the Helena, MT based firm Gough, Shanahan, Johnson and Waterman, and 6 years as an attorney with Denver based Gold Fields Mining Company, a subsidiary of Consolidated Gold Fields of London, representing Gold Fields in Canada, Taiwan and throughout the US.
Kurt BorgeQuality Time Montana
Kurt enjoys leading people to improve the quality of their products and services through Process Control and Continual Improvement. This is best done by flow charting your existing flow of work and information, from order entry to product shipment, then reviewing your processes to identify risks to quality and opportunities for improvement. Kurt has helped companies as large as 4500 employees and companies as small as eight, both as an employee and as a consultant.