A native of Wolf Point, Char Matejovsky retired from the Westar Institute, a nonprofit she helped found and for which she previously served as Interim Executive Director. She is the author of two children’s books—Shadow on the Moon, on the discovery of the solar system, and Stones & Bones, a history of evolution—and is currently at work on a child’s guide to spacetime. Char has a BA in French from the University of Montana and a French language certificate from the Sorbonne.
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Marianne Borg is the Founding Chair of The Marcus J. Borg Foundation. A retired Episcopal priest, Marianne served for eighteen years at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Portland, Oregon, where she founded Trinity’s Center for Spiritual Development, an educational outreach program that garnered national attention. Prior to her ordination, she worked in San Francisco for Sunset Magazine and Films and at Harper and Row Publishers (now HarperOne). Marianne has a Master of Divinity from Church Divinity School of the Pacific.
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A teacher at Northside Elementary School in Wolf Point, Barbara Olson and her husband Larry own a small, diversified farm/ranch on the outskirts of Wolf Point. Barbara has a BS in Education with a K-12 reading endorsement from Montana State University Northern, a Master in Education specializing in Integrated Teaching through the Arts from Lesley University in Cambridge Mass, and a Master of Science in Special Education from Montana State University Billings.