Student Health Presenters

Peg Monteith
Peg Monteith, M.Ed.

Peg Monteith, M.Ed., is a retired educator with 43 years of experience from the classroom to the state-level administration of special education. She has a Master's of Education in Learning Disabilities from the University of Northern Colorado and a Master's in Educational Leadership from the University of Wyoming. Peg has served as an administrator of special education and other federal programs since 1996. In 2003, she began her work at the state level serving as the State Special Education Director for WY and subsequently as Assistant Commissioner for Exceptional Student Services for the State of Colorado. Prior to retiring in 2021, Peg was the Director of Student Support Services and Superintendent for Park County School District 6 in Cody, WY.

Peg has worked with WIND and the ECHO Projects in Education as an Educational Consultant and Disability Advocate since retiring from service in public education.



Katrina McGee, Senior Director of Foundation Development & Research Collaborations

Katrina McGee has served as the Director of Foundation Development at the University of Wyoming Foundation since 2013. She was promoted to Senior Director of Foundation Development and Research Collaborations in 2022. At the UW Foundation since 2010, she previously served as development liaison for several units on campus, including the Art Museum, College of Arts and Sciences, College of Education, and Libraries. Prior to Wyoming, Katrina served for eight years at the University of Oregon throughout the period of Campaign Oregon, which was completed in 2009 at over $853 million.

In her role as the Director of Foundation Development & Research Collaborations, Katrina oversees the fundraising strategy from private foundations to the University of Wyoming and works in a liaison capacity with the Office of Research and Economic Development to ensure smooth communication and processes with faculty research when partnering with industry.

She and her husband, Blake, are the founders of a nonprofit called Solstice Acre that strives to enhance access to fresh, high-quality food in Albany County, while providing a launching pad to youth with disabilities. She also serves as the Chair of local nonprofit Laramie Public Art Coalition.

Katrina has a bachelor’s degree in literature and creative writing from the University of Minnesota and a master’s degree in nonprofit management from Regis University.