Meet the Staff

Erin carbajal

Business Manager

Erin moved from out of state June 2021 and has been in love with Whitehall ever since. Erin previously worked outdoors for many years as a construction flagger, a utility locator, and as a small equipment operator, and although the office lifestyle is new to her, she is eager to learn all about the business. Erin enjoys spending her time with her boyfriend and two dogs (Potato and Deebo) exploring all of what Montana has to offer.

Lindsay Graham

Child Care Coordinator

Lindsey Graham was born and raised in Montana and graduated from the University of Montana with Bachelors degree in Communication and Human Relationships and a Minor in Human and Family Development with an emphasis on Adult and Child Developmental Disabilities. While attending the University of Montana, Lindsey worked part time at the University Co-Teach Preschool. After College Lindsey moved to Hawaii for a job at Pomaika’i Elementary School running a Math intervention program and working in the Special Ed/Deaf Ed program. Three years later Lindsey’s love for Montana and her family brought her back to Montana. Lindsey has worked for several nonprofit organization serving developmentally disabled adults, AWARE Inc as a Family Support Specialist Case Manager, and as a Lead guide for Bloom Montessori’s Early Childhood program.

Lindsey enjoys spending time with her husband and two amazing daughters, going for rides in the mountains, Swimming, Pilates, family game nights, and learning new crafts with her girls.

Leah Lewis

Project Coordinator

Leah Lewis is a Jefferson County native, where she was raised on the Compton Ranch in the Boulder Valley. Leah graduated from MSU in 2005 with a B.S. in Range Science. After graduating, she worked for the Forest Service as an Invasive Species Coordinator on the Butte/Jefferson Districts. Leah also worked in the Finance Section where she traveled to Wildland Fire Incidents across the Western half of the United States. In 2012, Leah “retired” from the Forest Service to free up time to ranch and start a family. Leah continued to work part-time as a Natural Resources Consultant, helping landowners with various projects including USDA grants, conservation easement plans, water rights applications, and range monitoring.

Leah is excited to be a new member of the JLDC staff and looks forward to working with people in the community. Leah enjoys horseback riding, camping, and skiing with her daughter and husband.  In her rare moments of free time, Leah enjoys reading, playing the board game Catan, and dreaming about putting out Halloween decorations.