Ann Geiger is a graduate of Eastern Montana College (now MSU-Billings) with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music Therapy. Ms. Geiger worked as a Music Therapist at Montana State Hospital before turning her career toward Brain Injury Recovery services. After working as a Program Director at a skilled nursing facility specializing in brain injury care, she joined forces with 3 other women to co-found Liberty Place, Inc., a specialized long-term care organization focused organization specifically designed to assist adults with severely disabling brain injuries to gain skills and independence. Ms. Geiger has been a TBI support group facilitator through the years and currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Brain Injury Alliance of MT. Recently, Ann was appointed to the Governor's TBI Advisory Council. Ms. Geiger has held several certifications through the years and is currently certified in Mental Health First Aid through the National Council For Behavioral Health. As an advocate for people with brain injuries, prevention and early intervention are important areas of focus for Ms. Geiger and her passion is for the rights of all people with disabilities.