Governor Gianforte Announces Board Appointments


Governor’s Office

HELENA, Mont. – Governor Greg Gianforte today announced the following appointments: 

911 Advisory Council

  • Dorothy Gremaux, Lewistown: A 911 dispatch supervisor and coordinator, Gremaux has two decades of experience in emergency response. Gremaux’s term will run through August 31, 2025.
  • Jeremy Virts, Great Falls: Virts is a registered paramedic and emergency care provider who serves as president of the Montana Emergency Medical Services Association. His term will run through August 31, 2023.

Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists

  • Paula Evans, Missoula: Evans is a licensed cosmetologist and owner of Do Crew Salon. Her term will run through March 1, 2026.

  • Angela Printz, Livingston: Co-owner of The Eclipse Salon since 2013, Printz has served on the Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists since 2009. Printz’s term will run through March 1, 2027.

  • Lauren Hansen, Missoula: An esthetician for over a decade, and board member since 2019, Hansen has been reappointed. Hansen’s term will run through March 1, 2026.

  • Bryan Kirkland, Bozeman: Hailing from a family who has been in the barbering industry since 1921, Kirkland has been reappointed to Montana Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists. Kirkland’s term will run through March 1, 2027.

  • Tucker Landerman, Kalispell: Landerman is a successful barbershop entrepreneur with five years of experience in the trade and 11 years as a business owner. Landerman’s term will run through March 1, 2026.

  • Katie Fontana, Great Falls: Fontana brings decades of business experience in accounting, advertising, and client relations, and has served as a public member of the board since 2014. Fontana’s term will run through March 1, 2027.

Board of Chiropractors 

  • Dustin Rising, Bozeman: Rising started Gallatin Valley Chiropractic in 2010 and now serves much of Southwest Montana through his practice. His term will run through January 1, 2025.

 Board of Crime Control

  • Doug Overman, Kalispell: As an officer with the Kalispell Police Department since 2000 and police chief since 2019, Overman will continue to make Montana communities safer and stronger on the Board of Crime Control. Overman’s term will run through January 1, 2026.

 Board of Dentistry

  • Jill Frazier, Missoula: A practicing dentist with years of experience, Frazier has owned Missoula Dental Arts since 2009. Frazier’s term will run through April 1, 2027.

  • Renee Parsley Mulcahy, Helena: A dental hygienist for over a decade, Parsley Mulcahy is a member in good standing with both the Montana Dental Hygienists’ Association and the American Dental Hygienists’ Association. Her term will run through April 1, 2027.

  • Allen Casteel, Great Falls: Casteel has been a licensed denturist in Montana since 2000 and dental laboratory technician for 13 years. A veteran, he has also been the sole practitioner at First Impressions Denture Clinic since 2003. His term will run through April 1, 2027.

  • Jim Corson, Billings: A public member on the board, Corson has been reappointed to the Board of Dentistry. His term will run through April 1, 2027.

Board of Horseracing

  • Janis Calton, Bigfork: Bringing a lifetime of experience in the sport to the board, Calton will work toward restoring horseracing to the level it once was and ensuring safety of the jockey and equine athletes. Calton’s term will run through January 1, 2025.

  • Corey Jones, Miles City: Through extensive experience in the industry, Jones brings perspectives as a bettor, owner, trainer, promoter, and organizer. A tireless advocate for horseracing in Montana, Jones’ term will run through January 1, 2025.

Board of Housing

  • Tonya Plummer, Hays: As founding executive director of Montana Native Growth Fund, a Native Community Development Financial Institution based on the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation which is focused on Native housing and homeownership, Plummer brings a voice of Montana’s Tribal communities to the board. Her term will run through January 1, 2023.

 Board of Investments

  • Dan Trost, Helena: Born and raised in Great Falls, Trost has been in the financial services industry for over 20 years and with D.A. Davidson & Co. since 2008. His term will run through January 5, 2025.

 Board of Private Security

  • Heidi Visocan, Plentywood: Visocan has been in law enforcement for nearly a decade and served as Sheridan County Sheriff for almost seven years. Visocan’s term will run through August 1, 2024.

  • Gabe Zeiler, Sidney: A lifelong Montana resident, Zeiler has served in law enforcement for the past 15 years with the Billings Police Department, Sidney Police Department, and Richland County Sheriff’s Office. Zeiler’s term will run through August 1, 2024.

 Board of Psychologists

  • Loretta Bolyard, Butte: Serving on the board since 2016, Bolyard has been reappointed. In her second term, Bolyard seeks to remove barriers to licensure to increase access to mental health services and streamline rules to allow for better clarification of practicing in Montana. Her term will run through September 1, 2026.

Board of Radiologic Technologists

  • Tamara Harp, Anaconda: Harp has been a radiologic technologist since 2006 and served as program director and primary instructor for the AAS Radiologic Technology program at Highlands College – Montana Technological University in Butte since 2017. Harp’s term will run through July 1, 2025.

  • Jessica Bradley, Circle: Eager to expedite the growth of radiology services throughout Montana, Bradley’s appointment comes after working as a Limited Permit holder for nearly three years. Bradley’s term will run through July 1, 2025.

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