Kathy grew up in Evanston, Illinois, went to school in Indiana, moved to Seattle for graduate school, and worked in the Pacific Northwest software industry for the next 40 years. In 2015, she and her husband Ed retired and moved to Big Timber, and both have been delighted with the energy and enthusiasm in the community. Kathy volunteers for a number of organizations, and values the “can do” spirit Big Timber exemplifies. She is new on the board and is eager to continue the legacy of giving back to the community as part of Sweet Grass Community Foundation.Back to SGCF
This grant helped us bring ‘Every Brilliant Thing’ to our high school. Students were able to role play and have a discussion about suicide, depression, and resilience. The goal, to diminish the shame associated with suicide and mental illness and bring awareness of depression and suicide to students and staff with SGHS.