Please join The Montana World Affairs Council for “Connect Montana,” a webcast series bringing engaging international topics directly to you, connecting the issues and experts with what matters to Montana and Montanans.  For this series we have invited Montana’s elected federal legislators: Senators Steve Daines and John Tester and Congressman Greg Gianforte.  Guests will share their international perspectives, discussing aspects of international education in Montana’s schools and Montana’s engagement with the international community.

Wednesday, July 1st., 09:30-10:00 Mountain Time, Congressman Greg Gianforte

Senator Steve Daines – to be scheduled

Senator John Tester – to be scheduled


Wednesday, July 1st., 09:30-10:00 Mountain Time

Congressman Greg Gianforte

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Greg Gianforte is a businessman and entrepreneur who launched and ran five successful companies before his election to Congress. Greg and his wife, Susan, founded RightNow Technologies in their Montana home over 20 years ago. The company grew into Bozeman’s largest commercial employer, creating over 500 high-paying jobs.


Greg’s top priorities are making sure Montanans’ voices are heard in Washington, protecting our Montana way of life, and cleaning up Washington.


Sworn into Congress in 2017, Greg serves on the House Committee on Energy and Commerce. The committee has the broadest jurisdiction of any authorizing committee in Congress, and its portfolio including telecommunications, consumer protection, food and drug safety, public health and research, environmental quality, energy policy, and interstate and foreign commerce among others. Greg serves on subcommittees on communications and technology, consumer protection and commerce, and health.


Greg and Susan have been married for 32 years and raised their four children in Bozeman. A strong supporter of Montana’s public lands, Greg is an avid outdoorsman and sportsman. He enjoys hiking, hunting, fishing, and backpacking.