Our Board | Scotchman Peaks Wilderness

Our Board

FSPW’s board of directors are community  leaders who are all working toward the same goal:  to save the wild Scotchmans. They believe in uniting Idahoans and Montanans through listening, learning, and the belief that we should have more parties and fewer meetings.

Meet our board members.

Board Members

Doug Ferrell

Chairman and Montana Outreach Director
Doug Ferrell

Doug graduated from Brown University in 1972, and moved to Montana soon after. He is a home...

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Brad Williams

Treasurer

Brad was born and raised in Libby, montana.  He graduated from the university of Montana and...

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Carol Jenkins

Secretary
Carol Jenkins

Carol has a BS and MS in nursing, and is retired from a 24 year career including nursing...

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Neil Wimberley

Hope/Clark Fork Outreach Director
Neil Wimberley

Neil was born in Alabama in 1947. He graduated from medical school in 1973, and practiced...

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Jesika Harper

Board Member

Jesika was born in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Her family has strong ties to the timber industry...

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Will Valentine

Board Member / Friends List Coordinator
Will Valentine

On retiring from the energy industry in 2004, Will moved to Idaho from Qatar.Concluding that...

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Molly Kieran

Board Member

Living in both Libby and Troy Montana while enjoying the beauty of both the Lolo and Kootenai...

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Jen Kreiner

Board Member

Jen moved to western Montana 20 years ago after a summer working in Yellowstone National Park....

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The Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness believes that equal opportunity is important for the continuing success of our organization and that organizational performance is greatly enhanced when people with different backgrounds and perspectives are engaged in the Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness activities and decision-making. The Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness intends to comply fully with all state, federal, county and municipal laws as interpreted and applied by the courts which preclude negative discrimination because of race, disability, color, creed, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, military status, or any other protected classification. The Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness defines "negative discrimination" to include, though not necessarily limited to, the denial of services, employment or volunteer opportunities to any class of individuals in a manner that negatively restricts opportunities to that class of individuals. This policy applies to all activities of the Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness including, but not limited to, employment, selection of volunteers, grant making, purchasing and selection of vendors or consultants.