Boerboom named new director

2014-07-06T00:00:00Z Boerboom named new director The Billings Gazette
July 06, 2014 12:00 am

Amanda Boerboom, MS, CTRS, has been named the new executive director of Eagle Mount Billings. Boerboom has a bachelor's degree in recreation and leisure studies with an emphasis in therapeutic recreation from Winona State University and a master's degree in health, physical education and recreation with a concentration in therapeutic recreation from the University of Nebraska-Omaha. She has been a recreation therapist for more than 10 years in four states with a variety of populations. Boerboom is responsible for providing leadership and direction in all aspects of the organization that serves more than 400 children and adults with disabilities. She may be reached at 406-969-2952, www.eaglemount.us or at the office at 1140 16th St. W.

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