Staff

 

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jgraff@missoulapartnership.com

JENNI GRAFF, economic development director, brings over eight years of sales and marketing experience in a variety of sectors. She is a data analyst and project manager with a talent for organizing professional teams. Jenni completed her MBA at University of Montana with emphasis on strategic management and business analytics, and also holds a BA in Communications from UM.

 

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nrush@missoulapartnership.com

NICOLE RUSH, grants manager, writes grant proposals and is responsible for the administration of state and federal grants awarded to assist local businesses through Missoula Economic Partnership. Nicole joined MEP in 2016, bringing ten years’ experience in grant writing, fundraising and non-profit administration to the team. Nicole has worked for a variety of organizations in Montana’s philanthropic sector, including the University of Montana Foundation, where she served as Associate Director of Gift Planning, and the Montana Community Foundation. A Helena native, Nicole is a graduate of the University of Montana with a B.A. in English, and is currently working on her M.B.A. through the School of Business Administration at University of Montana.

 

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lwallace@missoulapartnership.com

LINDSEY WALLACE, business and communications manager,  is responsible for overseeing day to day operations and communications, as well as event planning and campaign management. She has a wide and varied professional background, including work as a gallery assistant and work in the editorial/publishing field. She comes to the Partnership as a graduate of the University of Montana Creative Writing MFA program, and has a BA in visual arts from Fordham University.

 

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mcook@missoulapartnership.com

MOLLY COOK, applied community & economic development graduate fellow from Illinois State University, is completing the Professional Practice field experience portion of her program at MEP. She is a candidate for a Master’s Degree in Sociology, with an emphasis in Community and Economic Development. Molly received her BA in Sociology and Theology from Aquinas College in Grand Rapids, MI.

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