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Leadership, Faculty & Staff

Nancy Zadick

Nancy Zadick

Board of Trustees
Nancy Zadick Board of Trustees Biography Photo

Personal Background: Nancy Grieve Zadick is a native of Montana, having lived in Ennis, Billings, Shelby, Missoula and Great Falls. She is married to Gary Zadick and they are the parents of Jim Zadick (Justine Milne Zadick) and Kristen Zadick Meredith (Thomas Meredith).

Education: Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from University of Montana. Ms. Zadick also has a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from the then College of Great Falls.

Work History: Ms. Zadick is currently a partner in Comprehensive Professional Resources, LLC, a non-profit consulting company. Nancy previously worked for six years as the Financial Coordinator for the C.M. Russell Museum and six years as the accountant for the Great Falls Ad Club. She worked in the for-profit world as a tax preparer, a lease processor, bookkeeper, and operations manager.

Community Service: Ms. Zadick is a member of the Montana Nonprofit Association, the First Congregational United Church of Christ, P.E.O. Chapter AR, Paris Gibson Square, and the C.M. Russell Museum.  She has served on the boards of numerous non-profit organizations including Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art, the Community Help Line, the Montana PTA, the National PTA, and several local PTA groups, The First Congregational United Church of Christ, the Community Youth Justice Council, the University of Montana Alumni Association, and P.E.O. Nancy has also been a member of the Cascade County Compensation Committee and was appointed by Governor Steve Bullock to serve on the Montana Judicial Nominating Committee.

Ms. Zadick believes in and supports the efforts of not-for-profit groups and organizations. She has focused her volunteer efforts and resources on organizations that advocate for children and organizations that support the arts and education.