Kaia has a BA from Bates College and an MBA from the University of Washington. She is a member of the Missoula Housing Authority and the Providence St. Patrick Hospital Western Montana Community Ministry Boards. She lives in Missoula, Montana where she enjoys spending time with her family outdoors in all seasons.
Prior to working with NeighborWorks Montana, Mona lived in a small Kansas town where she managed a local bank for five years after serving within the United States Army as a Military Intelligence Analyst. With hopes of continuing her career within the financial sector, Mona obtained her MBA in Corporate Financial Management through Upper Iowa University.
Outside of work Mona’s family will always come first. With her husband and four amazing children there is always something keeping the Williams family on the go, especially during hockey season. However, when the opportunities arise they love to do anything outdoors. From hunting and fishing to hiking and taking their boat out – if they aren’t home, they can be found in the mountains.
Director of Finance
Danielle holds a BS in Political Science and Nonprofit Administration from the University of Montana and a MA in Organizational Leadership from Gonzaga University. Most of her career has been spent working in various human service agencies.
Danielle lives in Kalispell, MT with her husband, son, and pup. She serves on the Boards of the Samaritan House and Flathead Senior Mobile Home Repair. Danielle is a fourth generation Montanan who enjoys all the wonderful outdoor activities it has to offer. She is passionate about ensuring all Montanans can live safely and affordably in the place they call home.
Cooperative Housing Director
She believes safe and stable homeownership is the key to generational wealth building for Montana families and is passionate about NWMT’s mission to reduce barriers to that opportunity for families.
Hanna is a National Development Council (NDC) certified Affordable Housing Finance Professional and has certifications from NeighborWorks America in HUD compliance and credit counseling.
Hanna is involved and active in her small Frenchtown community, serving on the Freedom Gardens board of directors. Hanna spends her free time with her family: enjoying Montana’s outdoor spaces, gardening, and attending to the Tester’s plentiful hoard of well-loved animals.
Larry holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from the University of Great Falls as well as a Housing Development Finance Professional Certificate from the National Development Council. Larry started at NeighborWorks Montana in 2015 as an accounting intern and was hired at the end of his internship as the Accounting and Payroll Specialist.
Larry lives in Great Falls, MT and enjoys traveling and photographing the beauty of the state in his free time. What NeighborWorks Montana does to assist hardworking Montanans drives his work every day.
Real Estate Lending Director
Chelsey has called Montana home for nearly 5 years and has enjoyed exploring all that Big Sky Country has to offer. She loves to spend her time hiking, camping, and experimenting in the kitchen! Chelsey resides in Great Falls with her husband Chris, newborn son Palmer, and their two pups.
Outside of the office world, Matt enjoys spending time with his family and friends, as well as traveling and adventuring across Montana with his girlfriend.
Data and Compliance Specialist
Rachel has nine years of Real Estate experience, a passion for helping others and a desire to grow with those around her! She enjoys supporting and educating homeowners. She believes everyone should have the opportunity to become a homeowner and that the sense of pride that comes with turning a house into a home brings communities together and gives safety and security to individuals and families.
Rachel moved to Montana to be closer to family and explore all the state has to offer. She enjoys camping, boating and swimming around the beautiful Montana lakes, a plethora of music – especially live entertainment, and her trusty companion dog, Red.
ROC Program Specialist
Outside of work, Linda enjoys knitting, hiking, and spending quality time with family and friends. She currently serves as a board member on the Education Board of First Congregational United Church of Christ.
Loan Servicing Specialist
She has called Montana her home for over 20 years and recently moved to beautiful Park County with her Springer Spaniel, Rosie. She enjoys growing her own food and cooking enough to share with friends and family. She also spends as much time outdoors as possible, taking in the beauty of our state through hiking, biking, and camping.
ROC Program Specialist
As a social worker, Maggie has been involved in work surrounding health equity, community engagement, and state level policy changes. In her free time, Maggie enjoys skiing, white water rafting, cooking, and spending time with her family. She is located in Central Montana.
ROC Program Specialist
Real Estate Loan Specialist
Adam is a proud AmeriCorps VISTA alum and Returned Peace Corps Volunteer (Albania, 2015-2017) and enjoys cooking, reading, and spending time outdoors.
ROC Acquisition Specialist
Michelle has had a long history of administrative work and customer service and has always been committed to having compassion and empathy for others. This position gives her the perfect opportunity to realize her dream of being in marketing while helping others. She is currently serving as secretary on the Montana Shares Board, as well as a secretary on the board for Alliance for Youth in Great Falls.
Away from work, Michelle and her husband enjoy a wonderful life together with their five fur-kitty-children. They also enjoy collecting vintage items, working on old cars, and camping.
Marketing & Program Specialist
Although Mary was born and raised in Great Falls, she has also lived in Havre and Missoula. With three children, six granddaughters, and soon-to-be seven great-grandchildren, Mary's life is filled with love and family. In her leisure time, she enjoys crocheting, reading books, and playing games with her children.
Accounting & Admin Specialist
She is a familiar face with NWMT having previously worked for our partner in Kalispell, providing homebuyer education and counseling to hopeful homeowners. She brings an extensive background in helping people in vulnerable situations and is a HUD Certified Housing Counselor.
Naomi is a fourth generation born and raised in Montana. She graduated from Flathead High and attended college at Eastern Washington University, graduating with a BA in Psychology.
Outside of work she is the President of Kalispell Lion's Club and also serves as the Community Service Coordinator for the club. She is a member of both the Montana Coalition to Solve Homelessness and the Montana Native Homeownership Coalition. She is married with two daughters, a stepdaughter, and two grandsons. Naomi loves being home in Montana and enjoys hiking, kayaking, traveling, and reading.
Naomi is passionate about bringing people across the state together to help Montanans improve their financial situations and find and maintain safe affordable housing.
Housing Network Coordinator
When she’s not at work, she loves spending time with her family, especially her grandson Ralston and her rescue cat, Adele.