Board of Directors and Committees

Flathead Audubon Board of Directors, Meetings and Committees

The general business of Flathead Audubon, including oversight of chapter activities and making policy decisions, is handled by the Officers and Board of Directors. Board meetings are open to all who are interested. The Flathead Audubon Board of Directors meets monthly, September through May, in the Conference Room at Gateway Community Center, 1203 US 2 West, Kalispell, MT  59901.  All are welcome.

Flathead Audubon has a number of very active Committees that organize and carry out the Chapter’s various specific projects. Committee meetings are also open to all who are interested. Please contact the Committee Chair for information on meeting times and places.  Standing Committees and their duties are enumerated in ARTICLE VII–Other Committees of the CONSTITUTION & BYLAWS.

The Board and the Committees always welcome members to help with projects. Any member who is interested in joining the Board or a particular Committee in their work should contact the Chapter President or the Chair of the Committee of interest.

To contact any member listed below, click HERE


PresidentCory Davis
Vice PresidentDarcy Thomas
SecretaryPam Willison
TreasurerRod Wallette
Past PresidentGael Bissell


2020-2023Joe Batts
2019-2022Will Beyer
2021-2024Jake Bramante
2021-2024Dan Casey
2020-2023Carole Jorgensen
2021-2024Dan Kotter
2020-2023Bob Lee
2019-2022David Manuwal
2021-2024Kay Mitchell
2019-2022Margaret Parodi
2021-2024Derrick Rathe
2020-2023Cindy Roberts
2020-2023Tom Roberts

Committee Chairs

ConservationLewis Young, Carole Jorgensen
EducationTom and Cindy Roberts
Field TripsKathy Ross, Margaret Parodi
FinanceMike Fanning, Joe Batts, Bruce Tannehill
GrantsKay Mitchell
Hawk WatchDan Casey
HospitalityCory Davis, Joe Batts
MembershipMike Fanning
NewsletterLinda Winnie, Lewis Young
NominationsBob Lee
Owen Sowerwine Natural AreaPam Willison, Cory Davis, Bob Lee
ProgramDavid Manuwal
PublicityJan Metzmaker
SalesJill Fanning
RefugesDarcy Thomas
WebsiteJake Bramante

Conservation Educator