Gini Van Siclen has served on the boards of nonprofit organizations for many years.
To pursue her particular interest in nonprofit governance and capacity building, she
earned her Masters of Nonprofit Administration (MNA) at the University of Notre Dame’s
Mendoza College of Business in May of 2012. She is currently Adjunct Faculty in the
Resilient Leadership Master of Arts Program at Naropa University, teaching an online
survey course on nonprofit management and social entrepreneurship to graduate students,
and mentoring many of them as they carry out their applied leadership projects.
Gini worked as a project manager and team member in facility, nuclear safety, and waste management for the Idaho National Laboratory and Scientech, Inc. Subsequently, for many years she taught a three-day seminar in risk management for project managers for an international training and consulting firm.
In addition to her MNA degree from Notre Dame, Gini has a BA in French from Duke University and an MA in Mathematical Sciences from The Johns Hopkins University.
In 2016 Gini joined the board of the Friends of the Teton River and serves as the treasurer. She and her husband, Clint, live in Teton Valley, Idaho, where they enjoy the outdoors with their dog, reading, friends, and especially getting together with their sons, DeWitt and Arthur.