Say "Hello" to the Team
Chief Executive Officer
We like to call Lisa the big cheese -- she's a lot of fun, and knows these Clubs inside and out. She's been with BGCBH for more than a decade: as a volunteer, a parent, part time staff and now our Chief Executive Officer. As our fearless leader, she has grown BGCBH to include our three fantastic sites, and brought our tiniest members on board by starting the preschool program in Hill City. Lisa grew up in Montana, but has made a home in the Black Hills -- earning her degree from National College in Rapid City and keeping both of her kids busy at the Club since they were in Kindergarten. Lisa regularly brings the best snacks to staff meetings and was runner-up in last year's ugly sweater contest! Stop by the Clubs and you'll find her in the kitchen helping with snack, high-fiving kids, or keeping a watchful eye from her office.
Hill City Unit Director
Roni has been with the Club since 2012. Roni brings international experience in youth programs and a diverse career background. Staff know her as the program guru, and the kids affectionately call her a "crazy science freak." Stop by the Club and you might find Roni in her lab coat exploding things at science club or rocking out in the Teen Center.
Hot Springs & Lead/Deadwood Senior Unit Director
Kyle Stainbrook, firstname.lastname@example.org
Kyle has been with the Clubs for over 2 years. He originally served as the Unit Director for the Hot Springs Club, but has recently taken over leadership of both Hot Springs and the Lead/ Deadwood Clubs. He grew up right here in the Black Hills and earned his B.S in Human Services from Black Hills State University. He has over 8 years of experience working with youth and young adults. On a given day you'll find him bouncing back and forth between the two Clubs, helping out with homework, leading a science activity, or just spending time with the kids and being goofy.