Park County Environmental Council (PCEC) is proud to announce that Reilly Neill will take on the Interim Executive Director position for the non-profit organization. Kerry Fee completed his role of Executive Director at the end of January 2014, and went on to start up his new remodeling and repairs business.
“We’re very thankful for Kerry’s years of service and are pleased to announce this appointment,” reported Nelson King, President of PCEC’s Board. “Reilly will bring leadership and creativity to the organization’s programs and a deep sense of commitment to our County’s future. She has the knowledge, skills, experience, passion, and commitment to help move PCEC forward.”
Reilly has more than twenty years of diverse work experience, including owning and publishing the weekly newspaper, the Livingston Current, for seven years. She was elected to serve in the 2013 legislative session in Helena, and is the Livingston representative for Montana State House District 60. The plan is for her to serve PCEC for the next ten to twelve months, while the legislature is not in session.
Reilly will report to PCEC’s Board of Directors. Her main responsibilities will be keeping the organization’s programs progressing, while building and expanding relationships with the public to develop broad support for protecting Park County’s natural assets. She will also work on fund-raising, administration and communications for PCEC.
“I look forward to helping PCEC in this new capacity,” Reilly said. “I am dedicated to this organization because it contributes to the community’s quality of life.”
PCEC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization which works to protect the natural values that make Park County, Montana a great place to live and visit. PCEC is people working together to protect and enrich the quality of life in Park County by preserving and restoring our land, rivers and wildlife.