Bozeman Business & Professional Women’s Luncheon

Riverside Country Club

Upcoming Dates & Times

Wednesday, December 19, 2018 at 11:30am - 1:00pm

We hear this often, “I want to give back to my community – but I don’t know where to start.” The way to start giving back is to redefine the idea of “giving back.” The phrase implies that, as businesspeople and as companies, we should take first and then give back later. As business leaders, are we here just to meet the needs of a ‘market’ or are we here to serve the needs of our community, too?

Together, let’s redefine what it means for each of us to connect with a cause that matters most to us by first understanding our unique values, skills, and causes that resonate with us. This month, Bridget Wilkinson will lead us through ways to redefine “giving back” to our community and provide tips to help you connect with a cause that truly “fills your bucket” through your time, talents and treasures!

Bridget Wilkinson hails from the bustling metropolis of Moscow, Idaho. She graduated from the University of Idaho in 2007 with degrees in Spanish and Public Relations. From 2008-2013, she was the Volunteer and Marketing Director for Family Promise of Gallatin Valley. In 2013, Bridget became the first Executive Director for the Community Foundation. In 2016, Bridget was named 20 Under
40 recipient, an honor that spotlights southwest Montana’s top young business professionals. Additionally, Bridget was selected to be one of ten executive directors in the US to participate in the CFLeads Executive Leadership Institute for community foundations. Bridget has her master’s degree in Higher Education from Montana State University. Bridget spends her free time reading, traveling to visit family and friends, volunteering and climbing peaks with her four-legged Labrador daughter, Kai, and husband Tyler Wilkinson.