Get to know the employees and support group facilitators who organize programs and serve at Cancer Support Community.

Now hiring Education & Youth Director. Contact Becky via email and download Education & Youth Director Job Description.

Executive Director


Becky Franks has been the Executive Director since 2006, following her mother’s diagnosis of breast cancer. Becky earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Community Health from North Dakota State University, is studying for Masters in Organizational Leadership from Gonzaga University, and moved to Bozeman in 2003. She has worked in the non-profit sector for over 25 years, with an emphasis in Public Health and Health Education, and has a passion to enhance the quality of life for people diagnosed with cancer. Becky is a certified Personal Trainer and is able to use this information to help people get stronger during the cancer experience. She currently serves as past-chair of the Montana Cancer Coalition, and Chair of the Board of Health for Gallatin County Public Health.

Becky lives in Bozeman with her husband, Dennis and dog, Tess. Her son Tyler serves in the US Army, and Michael studies at MSU. Her three step-daughters, Alexia, Jordan & Madeline are grown, and living in Montana and Oregon. She enjoys being a grandmother to Donnie, Henderson & Harper, skiing, biking and running.  becky@cancersupportmontana.org.

Clinical Program Director

Amber Reilly, LCSW comes to Cancer Support Community having worked within the nonprofit sector for the past 12 years. She earned her B.S. in Applied Psychology from Montana State University and her MSW from Walla Walla University. As a licensed LCSW, she has spent her career working with those affected by mental illness, along with supervising a team of case managers.

Amber lives in Belgrade with her husband Tom, two children Caitlin and Nora, and their two dogs Otis and Rupert. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with friends, camping and hiking.  Amber looks forward to connecting with those affected by cancer in order to provide support and hope throughout their journey. amber@cancersupportmontana.org

Development Director

Jeannie GraceyJeannie Gracey, has been working in the Bozeman nonprofit community for the past 20 years. She earned her B.S. in Health and Human Development from Montana State University in 1995. Over the years, her enthusiasm for working with people has never waned. She is very excited to be a part of Cancer Support Community and empower people in this journey we’re all in together…life.

Jeannie lives in Bozeman with her two awesome kids and her zoo which consists of: a dog, cat, turtle, toad and goldfish!.

Education & Youth Director

Amber Hughes, MSW, has lived in the Gallatin Valley for the last 17 years.  In that time she has volunteered at many non profits in the valley, most recently here at Cancer Support Community. During this time she completed a Bachelors of Science in Psychology, and a Bachelors of fine arts with an emphasis in Printmaking, and Masters in Social Work from Walla Walla. She is honored to have joined the CSC team and is excited to have the opportunity to work with kids, adults and families. Her husband Matt is an educator and musician. They have two sons, Trent & Miles, and in their free time they love to be outside exercising and exploring nature.  amberann@cancersupportmontana.org.

Volunteer & Marketing Director

Dee Dee Naab is very excited to join the team at Cancer Support Community and comes with an extensive background in marketing, business, and executive administration. Her education is in Professional Photography and she previously owned her own photography business for over 10 years. Dee Dee is a native Montanan, who recently moved back to Montana in 2014 after having lived in California for many years. She is passionate about learning and meeting new people. She also has a great love for horses. Dee Dee lives in Bozeman with her sweet golden retriever, Sadie, and is the proud mom of three grown sons, and a beautiful daughter-in-law. She enjoys photography, snow and water skiing, boating, rodeos, and country music. deedee@cancersupportmontana.org


Wendy Gwinner, LCSW, OSW-C, is the Oncology Social Worker at Bozeman Health Cancer Center. She holds a Master’s of Social Work and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, with advanced certification in oncology social work. She leads our GYN Cancer Support Group, the Couple’s Retreat, and many other educational offerings throughout the year. She currently serves on our Board of Trustees and Professional Advisory Board. Wendy can be seen about Bozeman running (with her dog pulling).
SAs seen on a Sussex Directories Inc siteteve Wellington, LCSW, is the facilitator of Prostate Connection. For 14 years he has been working in a variety of therapeutic, medical and educational settings to provide the care that individuals need to work through life’s difficult moments. With a strong background in medical social work, Steve provides healthcare counseling for those affected by chronic pain, long term illness and disease, new medical diagnosis, sleep disorders, grief/loss, anxiety, and depression.
SAMSUNG CSCPhronsie Sprenger, LCSW, is the facilitator of the Breast Cancer Support Group and has an individual counseling practice with focus on sex therapy. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Health and Human Development and a Masters in Social Work. She enjoys providing support and information to cancer patients who are struggling with changes in intimacy as a result of their cancer diagnosis and treatment.
JenniferJennifer Welton, MSW,  is the Bereavement Coordinator with Hospice of Bozeman Deaconess. She holds a Masters of Social Work, and is a member of the National Association of Social Workers. Jennifer has over 20 years of experience in the areas of grief, gerontology and infant/child adoption.  She facilitates the weekly Living with Loss bereavement support group, offers community educational opportunities on grief and loss, and provides bereavement counseling for individuals and families.
Katelyn Armstrong, MS, earned her MS in Rehabilitation Mental Health Counseling, and is an Oncology Counselor at Bozeman Health Cancer Center. She is excited to be a facilitator of groups at Cancer Support community. In her free time, Katelyn loves connecting with nature, fishing and floating any of Montana’s rivers, and traveling. Katelyn lives with her husband, Dan, three cats, two dogs and herds of elk and deer.