Greg Upham, a Montana native, has been a professional educator for over thirty years. His career began as a teacher and coach in Browning and Belt, Montana. He joined the Helena School District in 1992. He began his administrative career as an Assistant Principal at Capital High School, followed by six years as the Principal of Helena High School. He recently served as the Assistant Superintendent of Helena Public Schools until July 2018, and is now serving as the Superintendent of Billings Public Schools.
Mr. Upham earned his undergraduate degree in Industrial Technology from the University of Montana Western, Dillon. He received his Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Montana, Missoula.
He is the past chair of the Montana ACT Council and also served as its past president. He has presented both statewide and nationally on the process of data-based decision-making, the importance of ACT course patterning, and the effectiveness of Professional Learning Communities. Greg plays an active role in the community. He has served on the Lewis and Clark Foster Care Review Board and the Wakina Learning Center Board. Greg is a member of Rotary, is on the Yellowstone Boys and Girls Club Board, has conducted Ruby Paine poverty trainings, and serves as a sports broadcaster. He is a passionate and visible figure throughout the community.
Mr. Upham is married to Keri, and they have two children, Matt and Meghan.