Claire Muller

Introducing Our New Executive Director

The Seeley Lake Community Foundation is proud to announce Claire Muller as our new Executive Director.  Claire’s formal training and life experiences have prepared her well for this position.  Claire will begin her new role on April 30th.

Claire graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) with a BA in International Development Studies. She earned a Nonprofit Administration professional certificate from the University of Montana.  Her leadership and organizational skills have been proven through experiences with organizations in Montana and Idaho, including Blackfoot Challenge, Montana Natural History Center, U.S. Forest Service, Selway-Bitterroot Frank Church Foundation, and the Montana Conservation Corps.

Claire enjoys recreation and quiet time in wild places.  The opportunity to enhance quality of life and long-term prosperity in a Montana town nestled between the Mission Mountains and the Swan Range is appealing to Claire, and she looks forward to getting to know the people in this amazing place. 
SLCF President A. Lee Boman states, “The Seeley Lake Community Foundation is pleased to have someone with Claire’s level of energy and leadership helping build sustainable benefits for all.” Claire’s professional experience in collaboration and leadership, her academic studies, and her skills at relationship building set the stage for community wide enhancements.

The Seeley Lake Community Foundation is a public 501c3 nonprofit that engages philanthropy, provides leadership, and enhances the quality of life and economic vitality of the Seeley Lake area.

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Seeley Lake Community Foundation plays a unique role in this small powerhouse community. In a town without a consolidated government, the Foundation has evolved as a clearinghouse for knowledge of community needs and opportunities, as a hub for charitable giving and a mechanism for savvy, collaborative solutions to local issues.