Montana Wilderness Association is governed by a Board of Directors, a group of elected volunteers from around the state. The Board of Directors sets policy and strategy and works to ensure the organization is financially sound.
If you would like information about joining the MWA board, please contact Addrien Marx at email@example.com.
Board Meetings shall be open to members of MWA. If you would like more information, please contact Laura Parr at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (406) 443-7350 ext. 110.
Seeley Lake, MT
Addrien recently sold her business of over 20 years, Rovero's Ace Hardware and Conoco Gas, in Seeley Lake. Having raised four children in Seeley Lake, she is now introducing her grandchildren to the unique gift of wilderness. She and her husband are obsessive backpackers, hikers, and Nordic skiers. She is committed to preserving the legacy of public lands, public access, and wilderness for the next generations, believing that the outdoors provide our strongest connection to the soul.
An active hiker and wilderness enthusiast, Debo has been hiking the trails in the northern Whitefish Range since 1979 and backpacking in wild areas all over Montana. She volunteers as a fire lookout during the fire season, leads hikes for MWA and other organizations, and is active in the local MWA chapter.
Mark first discovered his love for wilderness while working a summer job in Glacier National Park at the age of 20. After graduate school, he returned to Montana and now teaches courses in ethics and the humanities at the University of Montana in Missoula. He is an avid hiker, trail runner, and Nordic skier. He and his spouse Kara enjoy helping their almost-two- year-old daughter Lena discover the wonders of the wild world every day.
Wayne is the district director of the Small Business Administration in the Montana District Office. He enjoys fly fishing Montana's blue-ribbon rivers and hiking and camping in Montana's backcountry.
Patti is a nutrition educator and member of the Bozeman Women’s Activity Groups (BWAGs). She is a member of several organizations working on issues in the Gallatin Range. She is an avid hiker, road cyclist, cross-country skier, and vegetable gardener. Patti and her husband also stay active keeping up with their lively dog
Barb worked as an attorney in the Montana State Auditor's Office. She enjoys hiking, biking, and skiing.
John worked as an environmental specialist at the Montana Department of Agriculture and for 22 years as an envirnomental scientist at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Now retired, he enjoys hunting, fishing, and hiking in northwest Montana.
Having lived all over the American West, Lisa now makes her home in Missoula and Bozeman with her partner, their daughter, and their Yorkie. She has worked for non-profit conservation organizations for the majority of her 20-year fundraising career, helping preserve and protect wilderness and wildlife. She loves hiking Montana's trails, swimming in Montana’s lakes, and taking photos.