406-207-8228 ext. 307
Casey Dunning is the Executive Director and founder of the Missoula Interfaith Collaborative. Casey gets excited when he sees others living out their faith and values passionately. His hope for MIC is that it will continue to be a mechanism to empower people and congregations to do just this. Casey has a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Technology and Engineering and graduated from the University of Montana in 2013 with a Master’s of Social Work. Casey and his wife Dayel have four children, Beaux, Blake, Clay, and Ayla. They love to be outside camping and hunting, having dance contests, and playing charades.
Housing Advocate Network Director
406-207-8228 ext. 305
Marilyn is originally from Cascade, MT. Marilyn came to us from Child and Family Services and is finalizing her Master’s in Social Work this spring at the University of Montana. Marilyn is a breath of fresh air, bringing so much joy and laughter wherever she goes. Stop by the MIC office to meet Marilyn, and to sign up for the Housing Advocate Trainings. You might be lucky and come at a time when Daisy, the new MIC mascot and Marilyn’s dog child, will be in the office.
Missoula Works Director
406-926-3400 or 406-207-8228 ext. 304
Paige is originally from Northeastern Pennsylvania and moved to Missoula in 2004 to attend graduate school at the University of Montana. Paige has career backgrounds in law enforcement, public relations, and program development. Paige has a four-year-old daughter named Frankie who loves to swim and dance. Paige advocates for individuals that are seeking employment in Missoula and looks to build partnerships with the business community to strengthen opportunities.
Director of Development and Community Engagement
406-207-8228 ext. 301
Rebecca Pettit is the Director of Development and Community Engagement at MIC. Rebecca is a native Missoulian and is happy to be raising her children in the city she grew up in. When Rebecca is not at MIC, you may find her twisting balloons down at the farmer’s market, gardening, reading, and riding her bike.
Economic Opportunity Americorps VISTA
406-207-8228 ext. 302
Lili serves with Americorps because she believes in helping to create an equal world for all people. During her time with MIC, she’ll be working with the Missoula community closely. Keep a look out for the videos MIC will be producing that facilitate and empower individuals to share their stories! The videos will help reduce barriers to families and individuals with a criminal background.
Missoula Works Project Manager
406-926-3400 ext. 304
Martin NoRunner is the father of 3 beautiful girls, Aaliyah 7, Aamaya 5, and Rowan 3. He is a Montana native, Army VFW (OIF 2005), a University of Montana graduate 2010, and a small business owner of i.e. Recycling here in Missoula since 2010. He is grateful and excited for the opportunity to be of service to another community-oriented business in a team setting as the Project Manager for Missoula Works.
406-207-8228 ext. 303
Miclan is a recent college grad working with the Missoula Interfaith Collaborative (MIC) to expand the Housing Advocate Network (HAN) volunteer program. HAN is meaningful to him because he knows that trying to live without permanent housing makes everything else in life more difficult. MIC shows what communities can accomplish when they work together toward a common goal, and he looks forward to working with you all to create a Missoula where no one goes without shelter.
Mary Louise Knapp
406-207-8228 ext. 300
Mary Louise Knapp is the MIC Office Administrator, attending to the needs of the MIC staff, volunteers, affiliates, and clients. She is committed to moving MIC forward in its ability to facilitate connection, communication, and discernment in efforts to meet the pressing needs of our larger Missoula community.
Family Promise Director
406-207-8228 ext. 306