200 3rd Ave S.E.
Sidney, MT  59270
406-433-6763

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CEO

Elaine Stedman

e.stedman@richlandbgc.org
Elaine was born and raised in Billings, graduating from Billings Senior High. After high school, she attended Montana State University, graduating with a double major in Business Education and French. She began her teaching career in Sidney after graduation and retired after 37 years in the spring of 2016. Her teaching career was spent teaching business education and/or French at both the middle and high school levels as well as serving as an adjunct professor for Dawson Community College and Miles Community College and teaching online courses through the Montana Digital Academy. She obtained her master’s degree in Technology Education in 2002 through Lesley University. Elaine began her involvement with the Boys & Girls Club of Richland County in 2011, serving on the board for several years before assuming the role of CEO in June 2015. In addition to her role as CEO of BGC, Elaine also is a member of Kiwanis, active in Business Professionals of America at the local, state, and national levels, and is President-Elect of Western Business Education as well as serving on a variety of community committees and spending time with her kids and grandkids.

PROGRAM DIRECTOR
Janelle Buxbaum
e.hoffman@richlandbgc.org

Janelle was raised in Sidney, MT and graduated from Sidney High School in 2010. She attended MSU Billings after graduation and studied elementary education and psychology. After living in Billings for 5 years, she moved back to Sidney to be closer to her family. Janelle previously worked at the Boys and Girls Club in high school as a Program Aide. She enjoys outdoor activities, playing softball, and her dog Tucker. 
 

PROGRAM COORDINATOR
ETHAN HOFFMAN
e.hoffman@richlandbgc.org

Ethan Hoffman was raised in Sidney and graduated from The University of Montana with a B.A. Degree in Psychology. He has worked in the past in Sidney as a life guard and has taught swimming lessons to children ages 4 to 15 and has practiced first aid for emergency situations.  Ethan has also coached youth sports since he was in high school, including basketball, baseball, and soccer with ages ranging from 10 to 19 years of age.  He has also coached a Special Olympics Adult Basketball team along with a few events in Track and Field.  During college breaks Ethan came home and spent time working for the school system as a substitute teacher.  We welcome Ethan as part of the programming team for this year!!
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