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Big Brothers Big Sisters Merger

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Gallatin County and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Park & Sweet Grass
Counties announced their merger into one nationally sanctioned affiliate: Big Brothers Big Sisters
of Big Sky Country. Under the leadership of Lander Bachert, the two organizations joined forces
January 1, 2020 and will serve community matches, and mentorships in Livingston, Gardiner,
Bozeman, Big Timber, Ennis, Big Sky, and the greater Gallatin area.

Bozeman, MT, January 15, 2020 --(PR.com)-- Big Brothers Big Sisters of Gallatin County and Big
Brothers Big Sisters of Park & Sweet Grass Counties announced their merger into one nationally
sanctioned affiliate: Big Brothers Big Sisters of Big Sky Country. Under the leadership of Lander
Bachert, the two organizations joined forces January 1, 2020. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Big Sky
Country will serve community matches, and mentorships in Livingston, Gardiner, Bozeman, Big Timber,
Ennis, Big Sky, and the greater Gallatin area.

Lander Bachert, CEO, is excited to thrive in 2020. “Our ultimate goal is to defend the amazing potential
of our youth here in southwest Montana. We believe every child deserves a caring adult in their life.”

By merging, the larger organization will be able to provide better long-term support for the programs
already in place and capitalize on the resources of both organizations to serve more children in a "bigger
and better" way. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Big Sky Country now spans five counties and covers over
16,000 square miles. A total of 112 matches are supported by the organization, and current school-based
programs in Big Sky, Ennis, and Livingston public schools serve a combined total of 370 students ages 5
to 18.

Michaella Croskey, Director of Strategic Communications & Events, is one of 9 total employees joined
together in this new organization. “We'd like to acknowledge our board's vigilant decision to merge,
reducing operational costs that could impede our mission or threaten our organization's livelihood when
economic and political climates inevitably shift.” The board is comprised of 15 community members and
welcomes new members from service areas annually, on a rolling basis.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of America has over 250 affiliates nationwide and 15 participating countries
internationally. The organization's recent rebrand and revisioning shifts focus from children "facing
adversity" to ensuring all children achieve success in their lives, empowered by positive, 1:1
professionally supported relationships.

For more information or commentary, please visit bbbs-bigskycountry.org. Lander Bachert, CEO and
Katie Moyer, COO are also available at 406.587.1216.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Big Sky Country


Lander Bachert
406.587.1216
lander@bbbs-bigskycountry.org

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