New Associates

Logan Bloom has joined Territorial-Landworks, Inc. (TLI), a Montana-based engineering and surveying firm, as the corporate office manager based out of the Missoula office. Bloom is a Montana native with extensive experience in client services and construction that will assist him in his new role. He will oversee asset management, working as the liaison between vendors and TLI, as well as maintain safety and general office upkeep. He is a graduate of the University of Montana with a bachelor’s degree in business administration.

Jessalynn Kasun and Gracie Sanford are new consultants with Advanced Technology Group's Missoula Solutions Center. Kasun has a background in IT risk consulting, external IT audits and customer service. She is skilled in project management, consulting and time management, and is working on her Salesforce App Builder and CPQ certifications. Prior to joining ATG, Kasun worked for KPMG US in Los Angeles. She received her bachelor's degree in management information systems from the University of Montana. Sanford's background is in mechanical engineering, industrial engineering and product management. She is skilled in machining, research and finite element analysis. Prior to joining ATG, Gracie worked for One Acre Fund in Rwanda as a Product Innovation Program Associate. She received her bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering.

Lani Gallegos has joined the Veteran Directed Home & Community Based Services (VD-HCBS) team at Missoula Aging Services as a part-time care coordinator. Gallegos has a background in human services with experience in adult mental health case management, youth behavior consulting and refugee employment assistance. The VD-HCBS program helps qualifying veterans of all ages remain independent by empowering them to hire, employ and supervise personal care attendants to assist with daily needs. MAS care coordinators provide care and service planning, arrange fiscal management services and provide ongoing support and education to the veteran, their caregivers and family.

Tammy Fister has joined Stockman Bank, 135 W. Main St. Suite A, as a commercial loan assistant in Missoula. Her responsibilities include commercial loan processing and customer service support. Fister brings over 26 years of banking experience to the position, which includes customer service, loan processing and business development. Her vast knowledge in commercial loan processing and personal banking will be an asset for Stockman Bank. Fister is active in the community and servers as a volunteer for the University of Montana Rodeo Club. She is also an active volunteer for Missoula Aging Services and American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. She can be reached at 406-258-1404.

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Jake McMillan and Sarah Beccari are now consultants with Advanced Technology Group's Software Quality Solution team. Previously McMillan was a managed services analyst on ATG's Managed Services team performing software testing and quality assurance. He is skilled in billing systems, Salesforce, SAP S4 HANNA and video production. He received his bachelor's degree in entertainment and media management from the University of Montana. After completing an internship with ATG, Beccari was hired as managed services analyst on ATG's Managed Services team to perform software testing, research, analysis and quality assurance. She is Salesforce CPQ certified, and is skilled in computer programming and database coding. She received her bachelor's degree in management information systems with a minor in computer science from the University of Montana.

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