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Natalia Bowser

Western Region

Ms. Bowser was raised in Montana and attended the University of Montana where she received her undergraduate degree in Criminology. She jumped quickly into her career with the Montana Highway Patrol (MHP), where she remained for 14 years, working in finance and operations. Upon leaving MHP she became the Director of the Montana Board of Crime Control (MBCC). MBCC is the state administering agency for criminal justice planning, policy development and grant administration working to reduce crime and victimization statewide.


She believes that partnership, collaboration, trust and follow through are the cornerstones to successfully achieving viable solutions.  When critical buy-in is achieved, worthwhile change and improvements can and will occur.


Ms. Bowser serves on the National Criminal Justice Association Board of Directors. 


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