Rich Day |  President
Rich is retired and lives in Butte. He was the Montana Wildlife Federation’s first full-time executive director and worked for the National Wildlife Federation for ten years as a regional organizer. As the regional director in California and Nevada for the Mule Deer Foundation, Rich worked with local chapters to raise funds for mule deer habitat. He is a founding member and first president of the Gallatin Wildlife Association, president of the Montana Wildlife Federation from 1980-82 and served on the NWF board from 1985-88. Rich currently serves as a director of the George Grant Chapter of Trout Unlimited in Butte.
Daryl Beam |  Treasurer
Daryl lives in Billings and in addition to serving on the MCVEF Board he is also on the Yellowstone Chapter board. He brings extensive non-profit fundraising experience and is also a realtor and small businessman. An avid hiker, Daryl formerly chaired the local Montana Wilderness Association chapter and served on its statewide Board. Daryl and his wife Carol are also advocates of locally grown and produced food and household products.
Carol Haverlandt |  Secretary
Carol lives in Ulm and has been an MCV member for several years. She works for the Montana Education Association – Montana Federation of Teachers as a field consultant serving north central area, including Great Falls. Carol retired from teaching after 28 years and was a finalist for Montana Teacher of the Year in 2005. She is involved in Montana Wilderness Association and has volunteered for Montana Women Vote. She loves hiking, skiing, gardening, reading and playing with her dog Murphy.