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During her run for Governor of Montana in 2020, Neill developed the Montana 2035 Initiative, a statewide sustainability plan to build resiliency into state systems and address climate change. Since founding the Livingston Weekly-Current in 2004, Neill has continued to work on the issues of climate change and human rights in Montana and the west through public service and work in the media. She currently publishes the Montana Press Monthly, a free statewide publication distributed across Montana. 

Neill published "On the Floor: Tales from the Montana State House" in 2014 to share experiences from service in the Montana State House with her constituents. Click above to download the book for free.

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PAST & PRESENT

I've worked for many years in the public service sector to give back to my community, from facilitating work on local boards at the Yellowstone Gateway Museum and the Park County Environmental council to volunteering at the Western Sustainability Exchange and the Livingston Food Resource Center. As a mother to a teenage son and stepmother to four children, my husband Brad and I are proud to be raising our kids in Montana and teaching them to make the most of a good public education and give back to the community.

-Reilly Neill

As current Editor and Publisher of Montana Press Monthly, Neill works to bring the best of Montana's arts, history, and culture reporting to communities across the state every month.

As Editor and Publisher of the Livingston Current in Park County for nearly a decade, Neill worked to educate young journalists and bring arts and culture reporting and coverage to the Park County community. 

Neill published "On the Floor: Tales from the Montana State House" in 2014 to share experiences from service in the Montana State House with her constituents. Click above to download the book for free.

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