Board of Directors
Tony grew up in Toledo, Ohio and graduated from the University of Toledo before moving to Montana in 1995. Tony has spent his entire career in financial services, managing for UBS Financial Services for 15 years before recently joining DA Davidson. Tony and his wife are active in their community and church, teaching kids and mentoring individuals and married couples.
Jenni Leach, Ph.D. is a board-licensed psychotherapist with over 20 years of experience working in schools, group homes and other therapeutic settings. For the last 10 years, God has used her to treat Montana pastors and full-time ministers in crisis. A wife of almost 20 years and mother of two, Jenny remains a strong advocate for vulnerable children and their rights.
Bill Goodwin was born and raised in West Virginia. He graduated from Duke University and led a long career with Northwestern Mutual as Managing Partner in Atlanta. He currently serves as an elder at his church in Bigfork, Montana. Bill discovered a heart for kids working as a camp counselor in college. He has nurtured that passion as a dad of four and grandfather of 15.
Born and raised in Kansas, Bryan and his wife have lived in the northern Rockies since college. As an engineering consultant, Bryan has run his own environmental consulting business for the last 20 years. Now a father and grandfather, his heart for children has led him to serve on a school board for 13 years and as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) since 2013.
Born and raised in Great Falls, Montana, Dan works is the Vice President and General Manager of the Great Falls division of Liberty Electric, Inc. Dan is actively involved in his church, serving more than 16 years in youth ministry alongside his wife. Still a kid at heart, Dan loves spending time with kids and desires for all children to find the safety and love of a healthy family.
Originally from Missouri, Jared began his career at Edward Jones in St. Louis before moving to Montana to open the firm’s Helena branch over 20 years ago. After serving Edward Jones as a trainer, mentor and coach, Jared is now the limited partner of the firm. Husband and father to four girls, Jared has also opened his home to children from foster care.
Marvin Wilson is a native Montanan who founded one of the largest contracting companies in the state. He has served on several legislative committees, the local school board, as a volunteer firefighter and a founding member of Montana Treasure State IEC. Marv and his wife are active in their church and are the proud parents of seven and grandparents of 16.