District Administration & Support Staff
Our district administrators work tirelessly to ensure our students, faculty, and staff have the resources they need to succeed at each of our schools. We welcome your questions and comments; please feel free to contact any member of our administrative team. We look forward to speaking with you!
A complete list of our district and Dubois K-12 staff is available for your reference.
About Martha Gale
Martha (Marty) Gale brings over 30 years of educational experience, leadership, and preparation to the role of Superintendent of Fremont County School District #2. She is a graduate of Kansas State University and the University of Wyoming and has worked in public education as classroom teacher, special education teacher and K-12 administrator. Marty has four grown children all, of whom graduated from Dubois High School. Her goal as superintendent is to create a collaborative culture that sets the expectation of high levels of learning for all students.
About Dr. Kimberly Ibach
Dr. Ibach is a western educator with 25 plus years of practice in urban, suburban, and rural settings from 50 to 85,000 students. In this time, Kim supported diverse student populations including a Title I high school where over three dozen languages and four dozen nationalities had representation. With varied leadership experiences at all levels of public education (district, elementary, middle, and high school), Dr. Ibach honed her educational expertise in Wyoming, North Carolina, and Colorado. She is known as a strong advocate for our children and their future.
Kim grew up in Colorado and earned her undergraduate degree in history and education from the University of Northern Colorado. Continuing her education while teaching history in Casper, Kim earned a master’s in teaching history. After working with over 100 social studies teachers in Wyoming through a Teaching American History grant, Kim began work and then earned a doctorate in education, leadership, administration, and policy from Pepperdine University.
Dr. Ibach views a collaborative school environment as the key to creating a positive school culture that values and recognizes relationships, and rigor. She believes that solving problems at the lowest level is important and parents, guardians, and community partners are essential to the success of the school and students. Kim is excited to be a part of the Dubois community and looks forward to a great school year.
During Kim’s off time, she enjoys her family (all Wyoming natives), laughing with her Pug, and training with her horse.
About Amanda Ysen
Amanda has over 18 years of experience in organizational leadership/development and community involvement. Mrs. Ysen recently relocated to Dubois from northern Minnesota where she was the executive director of the largest sexual violence program within the state of Minnesota (covering six counties). As part of previous experiences, Amanda is familiar with the unique challenges in rural and isolated communities like Dubois. Amanda holds a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice/forensic psychology and uses a combination of education and experiences to her position of business manager. Amanda and her husband, Chad, have seven kids and 11 grandchildren. In her time off work, Amanda enjoys photography, four-wheeling, camping, and spending time in the mountains.
About Nancy Dixon
Nancy Dixon is the A.D. secretary and central office administrative assistant. Nancy has been with FCSD2 for five years and began as the Dubois High School and A.D. secretary. When the HS addition to the existing K–8 building was completed in 2014, Nancy moved to the administration building to take on the role of accounts payable & payroll clerk while retaining her A.D. secretary role. Nancy has 14 years of experience in the banking industry and six years as the only dialysis support staff for the University of Missouri Healthcare System in Columbia, Missouri.
Originally from Central Missouri, Nancy has one daughter, Sammantha, who is working toward a degree in elementary special education at Wayland Baptist University in Plainview, TX. Nancy and Sammi moved to Dubois in August 2011.
Nancy enjoys spending time with family, her Siberian Husky, Kimon Kenai, and her cat, No Name-E. Her greatest joys are her daughter and the blessings she has received from God through the opportunities that have come because of moving to Dubois.
“I love my job. And what could be better than a job you love in the most beautiful place with the most amazing views?” – Nancy
“But those who wait for the Lord will renew their strength. They will mount up with wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary; they will walk and not faint.” (Isaiah 40:31)
About Tina Baker
I was born and raised in the Dubois area and graduated form Dubois High School in 1979. I graduated from Utah State University with a dual major in health and physical education in 1984. My first teaching job was in Dubois teaching PE part time in 1988 where I have been teaching every since. I obtained my master’s degree in kinesiology and health from the University of Wyoming in 2008 and obtained my national board teacher certification in 2010.
My husband Monte and I have five children and six grandchildren and love coaching, the outdoors, and staying active.