Board of Directors
Gregg R. Mortensen
Gregg is a native Montanan, born in Billings and raised in Helena.
He is a graduate of University of Montana in Business Administration and Army ROTC. After entering active duty in the Army, he married his wife Jill, and together they served in duty assignments around the United States and overseas. They raised two children; Eric, and Amy. He has a Masters Degree in National Security and Strategic Planning from the US Naval War College.
In 2001, after 26 years active duty, Gregg retired at the rank of Colonel and moved with Jill to Bozeman. He has been a Bozeman business owner; and is a Realtor and Real Estate Broker.
Marek Ziegler is a founding member of the Friends of the Bozeman V.E.T.S Court Board. He currently serves as the vice president.
He was born and raised in Helena, MT. He attended and graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Criminal Justice form the University of Providence in Great Falls, MT. Shortly after, he joined the U.S. Customs and Border Protection serving on the northern border for six years. He also is a veteran who served in the Air National Guard and the United States Air Force during Operation Enduring Freedom/Noble Eagle.
Currently, he is serving as police officer for the Bozeman Police Department, starting his fifteenth year.
He is a strong believer in the Bozeman V.E.T.S Court program to achieve life-long rehabilitation and a successful return to living a productive and positive life.
Angie Johnson is a commercial and consumer loan officer with Stockman Bank. She has worked in banking since 1997.
Angie grew up in eastern Montana and attended Montana State University. She stayed in the beautiful Gallatin Valley upon graduation.
Both of her grandfathers fought in WWII. She and her husband Corey have two teenage daughters.
Angie enjoys giving back to her community. You can find her at business and social functions throughout the week.
Cecelia Rossetti-Bauerle is a payroll administrator with Sime Construction. She has resided in Bozeman for over 25 years and attended Montana State University.
Her two grandfathers as well as numerous cousins have served in the armed forces. Cecelia and her husband, Patrick have raised five children in this beautiful valley.
She is thankful for the opportunity to be a part of this organization.
Jim Drummond is a Bozeman native and was raised in the Cooper Park neighborhood. He has a B.S. degree in Agriculture Business and an M.P.A., both from M.S.U. Jim had a 40 year career in community banking and retired in 2017.
He currently serves on the Board of Directors for Stockman Bank of Montana, the M.S.U. ATI Board of Directors, the Bozeman Police Commission, the HRDC Griffin Place Steering Committee, the Friends of the Bozeman Veterans Court Board of Directors, and is a volunteer Score mentor (volunteer arm of the Small Business Administration) helping young entrepreneurs start or improve a business.
He writes a monthly column in “Prime Magazine” about trials and tribulations at the “old guy waterhole.”
Kathia Del Rio
Kathia was born in Puerto Rico and raised in Orlando, FL. In 2020, Kathia and her husband Eric moved to MT with their two dogs in search of snow and seasons.
She joined the U.S. Army active duty component in 2011 during Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation Iraqi Freedom as a corrections officer. In 2015, Kathia transferred to the U.S. Army Reserve component and is currently on her 10th year of service.
Kathia attended the University of Central Florida and graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Hospitality Management from Rosen College.
Currently, she serves as Animal Control for the Bozeman Police Department and owns two local businesses which she runs on her days off.
Matt was born and raised in beautiful Bozeman, Montana. He grew up in a big family, and enjoyed playing sports and hunting.
After high school he attended Carroll College on a football scholarship. In 2001, after a tumultuous year of college he decided to enlist in the United States Marine Corps. He served in the infantry as a mortarman. In 2005, Matt received an Honorable Discharge and later enrolled at Montana State University. He worked part time for a local construction company while earning his degree in Technology Education.
At MSU he met the love of his life and married her in the summer of 2008. After graduation he was employed at Lone Peak High School and Ophir Middle School for 5 years teaching tech ed, coaching the high school football team, and serving as the athletic director. He then got a teaching job in Three Forks where he also coached the Wolves football team. In 2019, he returned to Bozeman High School as a football coach and teacher in the Career and Technical Education Department.
He is currently in his 10th year of teaching and is the woodshop instructor for Gallatin High School. Matt and his wife have twins in first grade, one very old dog, one cat and five chickens.