• Montana State Senate (8 years): Elected official and lawmaker representing all of Sanders and Mineral counties, plus portions of Flathead & Missoula counties.
Jennifer Fielder has a proven track record of serving the people with integrity, upholding the Constitution, promoting freedom and prosperity, and honoring the oath of office.
She is well versed in Government Affairs and Political processes. During her 8 years in the Montana Legislature, Senator Fielder specialized in Judicial and Environmental policy areas. She Vice Chair of Senate Judiciary, Chair of Senate Fish & Game, Chair of Legislative Council on River Governance, and a member of Senate Natural Resources, Water Policy, Environmental Quality, and also the Legislative Consumer Committee that oversees PSC cases.
• Business Owner (25 years): Planning, design, project management, construction, consultation, and administration.
As a business owner, Jennifer has acquired real-world, boots-on-the-ground insights relating to most of the industries regulated by the Public Service Commission. She has either led or interfaced with major project engineering, permitting, facility siting, finance, public works, hydro-electric energy systems, federal energy regulatory processes, public and private utilities, railways, highways, and multi-modal transportation projects. Her responsibilities have included:
Chief Designer and Project Manager
Planning, Design & Construction
Safety & Compliance
• Chief Executive Officer (5 years)
American Lands Council
National Nonprofit Organization
The American Lands Council is a national nonprofit organization working toward long-term, constitutionally-sound solutions to improve public access, environmental quality, and economic productivity on federally controlled public lands.
Jennifer supports abundant outdoor recreation; healthy air, water and wildlife; and safe, vibrant communities. But decades of federal control have all too often locked up our lands and produced just the opposite. State owned public lands tend to be much better managed, so Jennifer joined the American Lands Council to help bring more public land management decisions closer to home, where they belong. For info see www.AmericanLandsCouncil.org
This short speech was filmed by Montana Viewpoint in the Bitterroot Valley earlier this year.
This video interview was conducted by the Flint Creek Journal on May 1st, 2020. NOTE: A little bit of the audio and video are out of sync due to technical issues during the interview. It's not YOUR computer's fault!