Brian comes to us from the Community Support Center in Dillon, MT, where he has served in the roles of Executive Assistant and Development / Grant Writer. He holds a BS in Anthropology.
Brian and his wife Ande live in Dillon with their three dogs. In addition to his work at the Community Support Center, he has worked as a fishing guide for many years for several area lodges and outfitters.
Brian has a deep appreciation for freestone rivers and the mission of the Foundation.
He recognizes that the Big Hole River is the economic driver for ranching and recreation in a large swath of Beaverhead, Silver Bow, and Madison Counties in southwest Montana.
As such, water quality is a fundamental concern of every user of the resource and all associated local economies, because we all live downstream.