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Jen Euell

Jen Euell

Montana

Director, Student Advocacy Resource Center
University of Montana

Biography

Jen Euell is the Director of the Student Advocacy Resource Center at the University of Montana, working to respond to and prevent identity-based crime on campus. Jen is a native Montanan and a long-time advocate for women and girls in the state. She is the former Director of the Women's Foundation of Montana, co-founder of the GUTS! (Girls Using Their Strengths) girls’ leadership project and the former Program Director of the YWCA Missoula. Her work has empowered thousands of women and girls over the years.

Jen is a member of the Montana Equal Pay for Equal Work Task Force, appointed by former Governor Steve Bullock. She serves as a Board Member for the Pursue Your Passions Project at the University of Montana, is a co-founder of the Missoula Womens' Giving Circle and a co-founder of the Athena Pack women's leadership conference. Jen is a Montana State Ambassador. She has served as an International Exchange Fellow of the Mansfield Center at the University of Montana, providing mentorship and support for women leaders in Laos and Myanmar.

Jen is passionate about building economic independence for women and a brighter future for girls. When not working towards this passion, Jen enjoys spending time with her husband John, 12 year old daughter Amelia and their two dogs, hiking in the woods near their home in the Bitterroot Mountains of Montana.