Kimberly Morasaki became the first Executive Director of the NWMTCLT in November of 2020.
After spending 11 years in Japan, Kim spent 13 years at Montana West Economic Development, most recently as director of business development and marketing.
Morisaki graduated from Flathead High School in 1987 and then pursued her bachelor's degree at Claremont McKenna College in Southern California, returning to the valley each summer to intern at the former Flathead Economic Development Corp.
She is involved in youth sports programs volunteering for both Flathead Valley Hockey Association and serving as a board member for Kalispell Lakers Baseball. She is also a Samaritan House board member. She and her husband own U.G. Building, a residential construction company. She loves spending her free time in her flower gardens and rearranging her yard.
Affordable Home Ownership Program Coordinator
Keegan Siebenaler grew up in Kalispell with an intuitive sense of the rising cost of land in the Flathead Valley. It wasn’t until college that he realized the prohibitive cost of housing for low-income residents was not a law of nature, but the result of specific policies and patterns that restrict the wonders of Montana to a lucky few. Furthermore, he realized the possibility for new urban forms to accommodate Montana’s growing population while maintaining wilderness areas.
After graduating from the University of Notre Dame with a degree in Environmental Engineering and Energy Studies, Keegan accepted a National Hometown Fellowship with Lead For America, an Americorps program dedicated to building national leaders across the country. With the support of Americorps, Keegan will work with the NWMTCLT for the next year.
In his free time, Keegan enjoys climbing, backpacking, and skiing in Glacier National Park.