Ken Kuhn |  Chair
Ken was born and raised in western North Dakota, graduating from Dickinson State College in 1974. His work experience included railroad brakeman, bartender, carpenter, house painter, and English conservation teacher in Japan. In 1997, he earned a Masters degree in Urban and Regional planning from Eastern Washington University. For the next 12 years he worked in Washington State as a land use planner at the city, county, and state levels. Since moving to Billings in the fall of 2010, he has worked as a part-time faculty member at MSU-Billings in the Public Administration graduate program.
Addison Sessions |  MCV Board Director/Yellowstone Chapter Representative
Addison has served as MCV Board Rep. for the last year, was previously vice chair and has been an MCV member since 2000. Add was a founder of the chapter and has been very involved. Add grew up in Billings, is a local attorney and was drawn to MCV by an interest in politics and the environment. Add is a member of Trout Unlimited and the Beartooth Paddlers.
Lisa Larr |  Director
Lisa has been a long time Montana Conservation Voters member. She has volunteered on the campaigns of numerous MCV endorsed candidates such as former Sen. Lynda Moss, made get out the vote calls, and has helped with fundraisers. She is a native of Michigan and has a home economics and business degree from the University of Montana. She and her husband, Mike, also cater various fundraisers and events. Lisa is an active community volunteer for Yellowstone Audubon Education Center, Yellowstone Public Radio, and Magic City Blues Festival, among other efforts. She likes to be kept busy!
Brad Fuller |  Director
Brad is a retired chemical engineer, with most of his career focused upon economics and project development. After graduating from Oregon State, Brad adopted Montana as his home state in 1974. Brad’s love of the outdoors took root in the Sierra mountains of California, but really blossomed in Montana. Brad and his wife Dede are active whitewater kayakers, rafters and backpackers in the summer. In the winter you can usually find them embracing our mountain slopes and trails while alpine or Nordic skiing. Following retirement, Brad devotes part of his time volunteering with Eagle Mount, a local recreation program serving individuals with disabilities.