through the foundation, we Promote economic education, economic development, AND COMMUNITY VIABILITY.


Our mission is to educate Montanans about the fundamentals of business operations, business needs and responsibilities and contributions of business to society.

The Foundation promotes and improves the economic development opportunities of the state and its communities by participating in educational projects and research.

The Montana Chamber of Commerce Foundation is a private, nonprofit, 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization run by our Board of Directors. The major projects of the Foundation include the Governors’ Cup Golf Tournament, the High School Business Challenge, Economic Update Seminars, Healthcare Forum, and The Kelly Kuntz Memorial Scholarship fund.

Kelly Kuntz Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Montana Chamber of Commerce Foundation created the Kelly Kuntz Memorial Scholarship Fund in memory of our former Board member.

Board of Directors

Rick Edwards
President
NorthWestern Energy
Butte

Webb Brown
Executive Director
Montana Chamber of Commerce
Helena

Ed Bartlett
Ed Bartlett LLC
Helena

David Brown
Wyo-Ben, Inc.
Billings

Don Chery
Glacier Bancorp, Inc.
Kalispell’

Tami Christensen
Tri-County Implement
Sidney

Aimee Grmoljez
Crowley Fleck
Helena

Greg Kohn
Vistage
Billings

Steve Holland
Bozeman

Vu Pham
Weave Management
Billings

Bill Woody
Consumer Direct HealthCare
Missoula

HIGH SCHOOL BUSINESS CHALLENGE

Montana’s only business competition for the next generation of entrepreneurs.

GOVERNORS’ Cup

In honor of Montana’s Governors—past and present—this fundraiser and networking event draws hundreds of participants.

Economic Outlook Seminars

This series is held in seven locations around the state, providing brief updates on local, state and national economic projections.

HEALTH CARE FORUM

The largest and most diverse network of stakeholders gather to discuss healthcare policy and reform.

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