The Center Board
The Board of Directors meets once a month to conduct the majority of business for The Center. If your interested in attending the board meeting, please contact the board and we will be more than happy to give you the date and time of the next meeting!
Born and raised on the Flathead Reservation, Eric is happy to call Montana his home. He graduated from the University of Montana with an Associates in Electronic Technologies, then went back and gained his Bachelors in Applied Sciences. These days he works for one of the many companies owned by the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes in Pablo Montana. He has volunteered over the years to many of the local LGBT organizations such as the Gay Health Task Force, Montana Two Spirit Society, and Big Sky Pride. He is honored to serve the LGBT community by committing his time and energy to making The Center a cornerstone of the LGBT community here in Western Montana.
Andy grew up in Culbertson, a small town in Northeastern Montana. He moved to Missoula for college and fell in love with the town. He recently graduated with degrees in History and Political Science and hopes to go back to school for law in the near future. Currently, Andy works as a sales coordinator at the Hilton Garden Inn in Missoula. Andy serves as president of Missoula’s own Gay Men’s Chorus.
Treasurer / Past Co-Chair
David Herrera, director of Montana Gay Health Task Force, and as co-chair of the The Center, has been heavily involved with HIV prevention, testing and counseling throughout Montana since 1986. He has served on the planning committee for the National Men’s Health Summit, as well as currently serving on the Montana Two Spirit Society board of directors.
Joseph Kellogg has lived in Missoula for 13 years and currently works at the Missoula Art Museum. He is an avid artist and actor and is dedicated to providing a safe and welcoming sense of community to the LGBT people of Montana.
Bree Sutherland has lived in Missoula for the past 11 years and has been an active member of the LGBTIQ community and very involved in the development of trans* and queer health services and support since moving to Missoula. She helped with the initial develop the Gender Expansion Project among many other trans* resources across Montana and continues to strive to provide a safe an welcoming community for all individuals of sexual and gender diversity throughout Montana.