Tyler Wiltgen started his role as Executive Director of the St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation in July 2021 and serves as a member of the St. Vincent Healthcare Senior Leadership Team.
Before joining the St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation, Tyler served as Vice President of Advancement for Rocky Mountain College. His prior experience includes development positions in the College of Agriculture, Athletics and Gift Planning at the Montana State University Alumni Foundation in Bozeman. Tyler was also the radio voice of Montana State University Bobcat Football and Men’s Basketball.
A native of Wilsall, Montana, Tyler graduated from Montana State University-Bozeman, where he received both his undergraduate and master’s degrees. He and his wife, Malaree, live in Billings with their three children.
Heather Bergeson is the Senior Director of Development for the St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation. She is a graduate of Montana State University, earning her bachelor's degree in business finance.
With the majority of her career involving non-profit work, Heather specializes in event coordination and execution, donor stewardship, and volunteer management. Heather, along with her husband Robb, enjoys watching their two children play sports, hiking in the rims, golfing, skiing and spending time at Flathead Lake.
Judi Mackney is the Development Coordinator/Database Manager for the St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation. She came to the Foundation in May 2012 with 10 plus years of experience in the non-profit field and data entry work.
She graduated from the University of Mary in 2011 with a bachelor’s degree in business. Judi maintains the donor database, Foundation website, manages the Meadowlark House for out-of-town cancer patients receiving radiation treatment, and is very involved with the Direct Mail and Grateful Patient programs for St. Vincent Healthcare.
Judi is very much about her family; she and her husband Scott have a very active 9-year-old, she also has two adult children, and two grandchildren (ages 4 & 5) who all keep her very busy when she is not working. Judi and her family also love to ski and participate in Spartan races during their down time.
Dyann Romeijn began as a Senior Director of Development in November, 2021. She attended the University of Wyoming and later transferred to MSUB to complete her Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.
Prior to joining the team at St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation, Dyann spent nearly 20 years in Development work for MSUB, Montana Rescue Mission, and Vision Beyond Borders.
Dyann loves spending her time outside of work with her family and friends. Her two daughters are her world. She enjoys anything outdoors, with a hike in the mountains being near the top of the list!
Kim Tripp is the Development Coordinator for the St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation. Kim has been with St. Vincent Healthcare since 2000 and joined the Foundation in 2017. She graduated with a degree in Healthcare Administration from Montana State University – Billings in 2014.
When she is not working, Kim and her husband Jon enjoy spending time together and with their children. With three children at various stages in life, the Tripps are given a lot of opportunity for activity and travel and both Kim and Jon are in their element watching their kids enjoy life to its fullest!
Kim has a passion for non-profit work and volunteerism and is proud to call St. Vincent Healthcare “home.”
Lacey Zinke is a Development Manager for the St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation, joining the team in July 2022. Her emphasis is in planning and executing annual events, donor stewardship, and leading our grateful patient and monthly giving programs.
Prior to joining the Foundation, Lacey worked at the University of Montana as the Director of Fraternity and Sorority Involvement and the Missoula Catholic Schools Foundation. Lacey has a passion for non-profit work and is excited to be back.
Lacey graduated from the University of Montana with a bachelor’s degree in community health (2014) and master’s degrees in public health and public administration (2021).