Meet the CO-OP Staff
Brian King, MS
Brian King holds an MS degree in Applied Psychology from Montana State University. Brian serves as the associate director for CO-OP. Mr. King has 20+ years’ experience working with American Indian Tribes, managing grants and supervising projects. Brian and his family are enrolled members of the Blackfeet Tribe and enjoy participating in their cultural customs and traditions.
Dani Morrison, BA
Dani Morrison (Oglala Lakota) holds a BA degree in Secondary Education –Social Studies Broadfield with a minor in Native American Studies from Montana State University. Dani serves as the College of Nursing Undergraduate and Caring For Our Own Academic Advisor. Her passion is getting to work in various capacities for Indian Education and American Indian student support services. Dani has served Indian country for almost a decade, having worked with Hopa Mountain’s Strengthening the Circle; a program that works closely with Native-led grassroots nonprofit organizations across the Northwestern United States. She is also currently working as a Montana Behavioral Initiative Indigenous Consultant for the Office of Public Instruction that works directly with reservation schools across Montana and is honored to continue to serve Native students here at Montana State University.