Griz Card Center
Melissa Neidigh, Associate Director of Operations
Melissa has served as the Associate Director for Operations since May 2012. She oversees human resources, operations, technology and training for full time staff. She also oversees the Griz Card Center, serves as a co-chair for the Day of Dialogue and sits on the Student Affairs Assessment Committee. Melissa received her BS in Political Science from the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire and her Master of Public Administration from The University of Montana. She worked at the Griz Card Center for 6 years prior to moving over to Turner Hall. She also worked in the nonprofit sector in the Twin Cities and was an Americorps VISTA in Minneapolis before moving to Montana. In her free time she enjoys playing board games, documenting procedures, and enjoying the outdoors in the shade.
Maggie Linder, Griz Card Center Program Coordinator
Maggie has over 9 years of combined experience as a student employee and full time staff in the Griz Card Center and currently oversees the day to day processes of the Griz Card Center. Maggie has served on Staff Senate since June 2012, including serving on the communications and visibility committee, fundraising committee, and bylaws committee, and is proud to serve as the FY15 Staff Senate President. Maggie is a native Montanan, growing up on a wheat farm in northeastern Montana. She graduated from the University of Montana in 2009 with a Marketing degree. In her spare time Maggie enjoys creative projects around the house, cooking, and relaxing with her pets.
Stacia Rathert, Administrative Associate
Stacia joined the Griz Card Center in 2013 as an Administrative Associate. She previously worked as the Turner/Knowles Hall Administrative Assistant. She enjoys helping students and staff, and she strives to make being at the University a pleasant experience. Stacia was born and raised in Missoula. In her free time she enjoys cooking, traveling, and spending time with her friends and family.