Greg Fay, President

Troy Dana

Allison Miles, Secretary

Danielle D’Arcy

Lola Dunmire, Treasurer

Jim Vidamour


Susan Ferrin

Susan, a Bozeman resident for 20 years, earned a degree in Finance and Spanish from San Diego State University.  Shortly thereafter, she began her career as a financial analyst in the aerospace industry, eventually moving into cross-border financial services for American companies expanding into Mexico.  After several successful years, she moved into venture capital where she participated in evaluating and valuation of prospective investments, then segued into private equity marketing for a large investment banking firm in San Francisco.  Having moved to Napa Valley by this time, she eventually established herself as a financial and marketing consultant for several wineries.  More recently, Ferrin was the Director of Operations for a non-profit company that executed post-deployment decompression programs for active-duty special operations forces.  Her most recent position was as Managing Director for a large real estate firm where she ran the operations for their Bozeman, Montana office. When she is not working diligently for rural America, you can find her on a plane traveling or planning her next adventure.


April Churchill

April has lived in Montana for over two decades. She moved to Bozeman to attend Montana State University, graduating in 2011 with a degree in Community Health and Business Administration. Her love for nonprofit work began when she volunteered with Special Olympics and Haven. Later, she went on to work for nonprofits in the Gallatin Valley for five years doing administration, marketing, and fundraising for several local organizations including Warriors and Quiet Waters Foundation.

Now working at Fay Ranches as the Land Investor and Summit Coordinator, she can use her marketing and event planning background to contribute to the team. She is also using her nonprofit experience in her role as the Director of Development for the Fay Ranches Community Foundation. Giving back to America’s rural communities is something she feels passionate about because she knows how strong those communities are and the resources they contribute to the rest of America.

When she is not in the office, she spends time with her fiancé and their two dogs fishing, hiking, hunting, and enjoying the beauty Montana has to offer.