Adam Liberty and Dyann Romeijn recently joined the MSU Billings Foundation.
Liberty joined as vice president of development. In his role, Liberty will oversee all fundraising and development activities, building MSU Billings’ visibility, impact and financial resources. A 2019 Billings Gazette 40 Under Forty honoree, Liberty has worked with several local nonprofits, including Tumbleweed and Montana Rescue Mission. Most recently, Liberty served as development director for Friendship House, where he grew revenue and assisted in establishing three new programs. Liberty earned a master’s degree in public administration from University of Montana after graduating from Carroll College in 2010.
Romeijn joined as a senior development officer, bringing with her more than 15 years of development experience. Having worked locally and internationally, Romeijn joins the foundation from a development position at Montana Rescue Mission and a decade with Vision Beyond Borders. She is responsible for overseeing the nonprofit’s major donor and annual fund programs, and is charged with managing relationships and securing donor support. Romeijn graduated from MSUB in 1995 with a degree in business administration.