Staff

Hannah Stauts

Hannah oversees KTM as the Executive Director. Born in Boise, Idaho, she fell in love with nonprofit work as a teenager when appointed to the Boise City Arts Commission. Her work either volunteering for or leading nonprofits hasn’t stopped since. Throughout undergrad at Boise State, she admittedly spent more time serving as an officer for the lacrosse and ski racing teams than studying. After college, while working as a wild land firefighter, Hannah ran and was elected mayor of Stanley, Idaho at the age of 22. After completing what was a rodeo of a term, she moved to Bozeman, Montana and worked for a conservation organization while earning a Masters in Public Administration. Having had several family members treated for cancer at St. Luke’s MSTI, Hannah knows intimately the importance of KTM’s cause. Working for a fun event that brings people together while raising funds for cancer research is the perfect harmony of passions for her. She finds inspiration in the generosity and sincerity of the Killebrew-Thompson family of donors and sponsors. “I love coming into work every day and knowing that we are part of the fight against cancer, helping to find a cure one donation at a time.”

Ashley M Wells

A native of San Francisco and a “naturalized” citizen of the Wood River Valley, Ashley made the move to full-time resident of Bellevue to be closer to family. She holds a Master’s in Education from Harvard and an MBA in Design Strategy from the California College of the Arts, and her career has followed a circuitous path. That path includes teaching stints in the South Bronx, New York and Saxony, Germany, sailing around the world on a 43-foot sailboat, and corporate roles at ed tech companies and most recently, an architecture firm specializing in learning institutions. Social impact has always been a driving force in her professional pursuits. With her father currently being treated at St. Luke’s Cancer Institute, KTM’s mission is close to home. She is keen to bring her design-thinking and strategic mindset to the Killebrew-Thompson team.