Montana Brown joined RMC Health in September 2023 as a Lead Professional Learning Facilitator, working to promote health and wellness in K-12 schools and also supporting the Second Chance Program under the State Tobacco Education and Prevention Partnership. She brings to the team a true passion for kids and public education, driven by creating the conditions necessary for students to be successful in school.
Montana’s career began in the world of theatre, where she taught and directed at both the middle and high school level. Under her direction, students went on to be nominated for best musical in the DC area five consecutive years and performed at the Kennedy Center. She was recognized by the Loudoun Business Journal in the Top 100 Most Influential Women in Loudoun County for her impact as a director. She loved unique the opportunity to use theatre as a vessel for teaching students compassion, empathy, vulnerability, self confidence, collaboration, and motivation.
Since relocating to Colorado, Montana has transitioned from the classroom to school leadership and administration, obtaining her K-12 school principal license and working as a school administrator. In schools, Montana’s guiding principle was to ask “Is this what’s best for kids?” when making decisions. She is grateful for the opportunity to continue to make an impact in student physical, social, and emotional wellness on a broader scale with Action for Healthy Kids and RMC Health.
Montana is a proud graduate of Catholic University, Virginia Tech, and the University of Colorado, where she received her Bachelor of Music in Musical Theatre Performance, Master of Arts in Education, and her Specialist of Education degree in Leadership for Educational Organizations.
Outside of work, Montana is grateful to be a wife and mom to two little girls and enjoys sharing her passion for the outdoors and love of the mountains with her family.