Lacey Mogan, Montana State University Billings
Lacey Mogan is a Montana native and currently working on a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Services at Montana State University Billings. Lacey is also a Programming Chair with Student United Way, an on-campus student organization concentrating on serving in the Billings community. Health, education, and income are the focus of Student United Way, and Lacey serves wholeheartedly in this role with a genuine desire to make a difference. She has set up service opportunities with many non-profit organizations in Billings, including the Montana Rescue Mission, Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch, and the Boys and Girls Club. Lacey hopes to remain in Billings, MT upon completion of her degree and will continue her work in civic engagement, positively impacting those she works and serves with in the community.
-Mark Nook, Chancellor
I’ve been active in my community since a young age. My passion for community involvement was fostered through involvement in programs such as 4-H, National Honor Society, and Student United Way. I’ve been blessed with many opportunities to serve and to experience my community. Some of the community programs I’ve had the pleasure of serving include the Boys and Girls Clubs of Billings, the HUB, Habitat for Humanity Restore, the Ronald McDonald House and many more. I find it rewarding to know that I can help support the same community that supports me. I’ve enjoyed my experiences and look forward expanding my community involvement in the future.