Katelin Conway provides programmatic support, guidance, and technical assistance to our entire portfolio, focusing on our American Indian Health priority area. Katelin convenes and facilitates collaboration to promote sharing and learning among Montana communities. She advances regional efforts in patient, family, and tribal engagement with the continued vision of improved health and health outcomes across the region. Before joining our team in 2022, Katelin served as program director, patient family engagement senior director, and quality improvement specialist at Mountain-Pacific Quality Health. She received her undergraduate degree from Arizona State University and graduate degrees in business administration and public health from the University of Montana. Katelin is the Montana American Indian Women’s Health Coalition Vice President and was awarded New Member of The Year in 2018. She is a member of the Blackfeet Tribe and lives with her husband and two daughters on their family ranch on the Blackfeet Reservation.