Heather Willis joined the Montana 4-H Foundation board in 2015. 4-H is an integral part of her family; she was a member in her childhood and now has children of her own who are involved. To Heather and her family, 4-H means a world of opportunity and learning for a lifetime of success.
Heather is a Senior Researcher at The Helen Brown Group. She began her career in 2002 as a prospect research coordinator for the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and then moved to Carroll College in 2004. In 2005, Heather began working on her own as a freelancer and eventually started her own consulting firm, Willis Research Services, in 2007. She joined The Helen Brown Group in 2012. Heather is also a member of the Montana Farm Bureau, Montana Nonprofit Association, the Association of Professional Researchers for Advancement (Apra), the Apra Northwest Chapter, and a member of the Apra Awards Committee. Heather and her family live in Wilsall.