Amy Croover brings a deep connection to place to her position as state director of The Nature Conservancy in Montana. Croover brings more than a decade of leadership in policy, government relations, and economic and resource strategy to the position.
Croover joins TNC from her previous position at Business Oregon, the state’s economic development department. She has a strong understanding of what drives economies and the role TNC can play in supporting a healthy and resilient nature-based economy.
Croover grew up on Washington’s Kitsap Peninsula and came to Montana to attend Salish Kootenai College, where she majored in Environmental Science and Restoration Ecology. She particularly appreciated the opportunity to learn Western science in concert with lessons from Native elders about relationship and human connection to place.