Jennifer Fielder is the CEO of the American Lands Council – a nationwide network of elected officials, resource experts, public land users and citizens working for better access, health, and productivity on federally controlled public lands.
She is also a Montana State Senator, a position she has held since being elected in 2012. As a senator, Fielder chaired the State Study of Federal Lands and received the prestigious “Keeper of the Tenth” award for outstanding defense of the rights of the states and the people in accordance with the 10th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
Fielder is one of America’s top leaders in the legislative and legal efforts to compel the transfer of federally controlled public lands to willing states. She and her husband, Paul, live in beautiful Northwest Montana where they enjoy living close to the land – regularly hunting, fishing, trapping, raising produce, managing their own timberland, and enjoying the scenic outdoors.