Kevi is a Montana native who graduated from Charlo High School in 1991. She completed her AA degree as a Legal Secretary in 1996 and went on to earn a BS in Business Management in 2006. She has completed Middle Manager’s Training and is a graduate of the Strom Thurmond Leadership Institute (Clemson University). Kevi was hired at the Hospice Care Foundation in June 2008 after having been a nonprofit executive for nearly 12 years. She brought with her many years of nonprofit accounting and management experience along with a range of honors and volunteer experience.
Kevi also is a community volunteer. She served as a CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) from April 2011 – March 2015. She has been a volunteer member of the Missoula/Granite County Buckle Up Montana Seatbelt Coalition since October 2013. She was selected, and currently serves, as one of only 480 people nationwide to serve on the GuideStar User Advisory Panel. She also serves on the Six Flags (theme parks) Advisory Council and she was selected by Jake Jabs College of Business Entrepreneurship for the Nonprofit Leadership Project in 2015 as an outstanding Montana Director. She has competed in online and local pageants since 2012, promoting her personal platform of “Being the best me I can be!” and promoting education on seatbelt and highway safety. In October 2015, she earned the title of Int’l SUPER Mrs. at the America’s SUPER Pageant. In September 2016, she was invited to serve in the Greater Giving Advisory Community.
She resides in Missoula with her husband Eric. They have three children and three dogs. Their first grandchild was born July 2016.