Dannette administers the MTCC AmeriCorps program, providing leadership and support to campuses and communities across Montana. She served two terms in AmeriCorps as a counseling/art therapy Fellow and as a Campus Corps Team Leader. She also served as a Montana Campus Compact Student Leader for the Raise Your Voice Campaign and designed the Montana Raise Your Voice Campaign logo. Dannette is passionate about lifelong learning and co-authored a chapter in a cognitive fitness book, “Enhancing Cognitive Fitness in Adults.” Dannette received her undergraduate degrees in counseling psychology and fine arts. Her graduate work was in school psychology, counseling, managing organizations and human development from Providence University Great Falls formerly the University of Great Falls. She serves as a child injury prevention educator with Safe Kids Missoula Coalition. She is a Certified QPR Gatekeeper Instructor with Project Tomorrow Montana and Missoula County Health Department, and as the Montana lead for Be SMART. She is a former board member for Mountain Home Montana. She looks forward to supporting community-driven initiatives which connect first generation and low-income Montanans with post-secondary education. Contact info: email.
VISTA Program Director
Callye ensures the success of Montana Campus Compact’s VISTA Program by managing the VISTA grant requirements and providing guidance and support to VISTA host sites and members. Before joining MTCC’s team, Callye served two consecutive terms through the AmeriCorps Energy Corps Program at the Montana Department of Environmental Quality as the SMART Schools Coordinator. She received her B.S. in Environmental Studies from the University of Central Florida. Contact info: email.
Eli collects performance data for MTCC’s AmeriCorps and VISTA programs. He supports members and host sites in measuring their impact, and executing programming statewide. He provides additional support in the fields of member recruitment, and training while coordinating the twice-annual Community Building Institute. Eli joined the MTCC team after serving consecutive terms with MTCC’s AmeriCorps VISTA and AmeriCorps programs, 2018-2020. Contact info: email.
Pete oversees the development and implementation of operational policies, financial management, auditing, reporting, contract management, and HR compliance. Moreover, he collaborates with AmeriCorps/VISTA Directors, the Governor’s Office for Community Service (OCS) and oversees annual awards and scholarships. Pete brings his experience of working across US and UK higher education systems, specializing in academic attainment and student affairs research. He serves as a Board of Directors member for United Way of Yellowstone County in his spare time. He received an M.A. (Hons) in Psychology from the University of Dundee and an M.Sc. in Psychology from the University of St Andrews. Contact info: email.
Josh works to expand MTCC’s impact across Montana and the region and ensure affiliate value in MTCC’s programs and initiatives. He works closely with MTCC’s Executive Board, CEO Council and Advisory Committee, staff, and partners in support of MTCC’s mission. Josh received his B.A. in political science from The University of Montana before serving in the Peace Corps in Latvia from 1997-1999. After completing Peace Corps service, he returned to Montana and served as an AmeriCorps VISTA Leader before joining the MTCC staff. He graduated from the University of Washington’s Evan’s School of Public Affairs Nonprofit and National Service Management program. Contact info: email.