About Environomics, Inc.
management team consists of two Partners - Bruce Vincent and Tammy
Johnson. Each of the partners' roots
are in the business of making a living from and providing stewardship
of the land. Bruce is a third-generation logger and Tammy's
family has long been in the mining business.
Bruce Vincent is
known internationally for his commitment to rural community
empowerment. Bruce is a highly sought speaker and has taken
his message to a broad array of audiences – from
bankers to loggers, and from fertilizer companies to auto manufacturers.
Bruce has appeared on news programs including 60 Minutes and
the McNeil Lehrer Hour, has
been covered heavily by the written press including the Wall Street Journal and
the New York Times and has
written for numerous publications. He is Executive Director
of Provider Pals, a nationwide cultural exchange program
that builds common ground, understanding and respect between
urban youth, rural youth, and their natural resource providers.
He is also an officer of Communities for a Great Northwest.
Johnson brings her skills as
a lobbyist, grassroots organizer, political tactician and on-the-ground
strategist to the team. She has managed numerous public relations
and political campaigns, including successful, multi-million-dollar
ballot measure campaigns. Tammy has appeared on television
programs including Lehrer Newshour and
Turner Broadcasting specials, radio talk shows, and has
been covered by the written press on a local, regional
and national basis. She is involved with numerous organizations
and is a past officer of several, including the Northwest
"In a time of drastic change
it is the learners who inherit the future. The learned usually
find themselves equipped to live in a world that no longer
exists." - Eric Hoffer
bring a wealth of diversity and experience to the team
and look forward to helping our clients achieve their goals.
Ronda Wiggers has
represented numerous organizations and associations conducting
political and public relations work. She brings a wide array of skills,
including coalition building, lobbying, public relations,
fundraising and direction of charitable giving. Having
worked on a number of successful statewide ballot measure,
candidate and industry image campaigns, she understands the
ins and outs of conveying the client's key messages to the
public. She has represented clients as diverse as county
commissions, snowmobile associations, chambers of commerce
and gaming associations. Ronda is active in a number
of organizations and has served in leadership positions on
many including Montana and National Pachyderms’ boards.
Vanessa Lanz was raised
on her large family ranch in Southwestern Montana and left
to attend Carroll College in Helena. It was in Montana¹s
capitol city that Vanessa found her passion in politics and
public relations. Vanessa has worked on numerous statewide
ballot campaigns and excels in grassroots style campaigning.
After graduating from Carroll College in May 2005 with a
multidisciplinary bachelor's degree in English, political
science and communications, Vanessa moved to the Bozeman
area and completed a Master of Science in Public Relations
in May 2008. Between weekends at the ranch, Vanessa manages
to find time to volunteer with a number of organizations.
Chas Vincent was raised in the mountains
of northwestern Montana and has spent much of his life
involved in his family’s logging business. He
attended OSU’s School of Forestry in Corvallis, OR
and the University of Montana where he received his Bachelor
of Science in Political Science with a minor in Communication
Studies. Chas also serves as a District Representative
within the Montana State House of Representatives. Chas’s
hobbies include hiking, hunting, fishing and camping and
anything to do with the outdoors. He has been working with
Provider Pals© extensively since the summer of 2003
and is looking forward to the helping fulfill the program’s
mission well into the future.
“Shake the Etch-A-Sketch
in your head, start over constantly, and come at the problem
from wildly different angles.” – Luke Sullivan