Margaret (Maggie) Sullivan Connect with Maggie on LinkedIn
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Fifth-Generation Montanan; From the Rocky Mountains to the Prairies - I thrive in this biome, and hope to give back to her as much as possible.

Current Position

Program Associate for the Local Community Foundation & Women's Foundation of Montana Programs

Montana Community Foundation





Specialty Areas
  • Arts - Literature/Spoken Word
  • Arts - Visual
  • Design / Marketing
  • History
  • Human Resources
  • Law
  • Retail
  • Technology
Interested in:
  • Mentoring
  • Serving on a Board
  • Career Opportunities
  • Leadership Opportunities

Customer Service and Communication, Computer Application(s) MAC/PC, Multi-Tasking, Writing and Editing, Design/Aesthetic

More Information:

Leadership Experience

I take highly to new experiences as an independent self-starter, and as such – have grown heavily within my position at the Montana Community Foundation (MCF). As Program Associate for MCF, I manage both our Local Community Foundations (LCFs), of which there are approximately 74 affiliates and affiliate partners – in addition to our Women’s Foundation of Montana (WFM) and PowerHouse (PHMT) ‘programs’.

I not only see to dual fundraising efforts, donor outreach, grants and overall stewardship – I additionally maintain our donor database via Raiser’s Edge, as well as various social media accounts, from our online websites and Facebook pages and groups, to our very own Instagram handle @powerhousemontana. I additionally strive to connect women and girls with resources and opportunities across the state through our WFM initiative PowerHouse Montana. On top of this, I work to manage my own special events, including various conferences and gatherings such as the Athena Pack – including educational webinars, and financial and/or leadership trainings.
How I Want to Participate in PowerHouse

I am open to anything and everything – questions, comments, concerns, opportunities etc. I enjoy being an active resource by supporting Montana’s women through my various skill sets.

Other Information

By trade, I am an avid endurance road cyclist – I participate in, and promote, charity tours across Montana’s vast highway systems. In 2017 I completed RATPOD, or Ride Around The Pioneers in One Day, which amounted to 130 miles near Dillon, Montana. More recently, I rode in the 25th anniversary of STOKR, or the Scenic Tour of the Kootenai River. I was the first woman to complete the Saturday 100 mile trek (with a personal time of 6 hours and 26 minutes), as well as the first person to complete the secondary 40 miles to the Libby Dam and back on Mother’s Day.

I often wear my Rosie the Riveter jersey and speak to other, mostly male, riders about what it’s like to be a young female cyclist. One goal I have for myself, as I continue to train for other tours, would be to sponsor other women cyclists, or to advocate for women’s rights – in order to support Montana’s largest untapped resource: the collective genius of our women and girls!