Conor is a recent graduate of the University of Montana’s Environmental Studies and Sustainable Business program, and has been heavily involved in a number of volunteer-centered organizations, such as the Sierra Club and the Missoula Urban Demonstration Project (MUD). While leading various volunteer events for MUD, he discovered my real passion was working with people to help make a difference in the community.

Second Harvest’s commitment to the Spokane community, as well as their increasingly apparent connection to sustainability and food sovereignty, is what made Conor excited to work here and make a difference in the lives of people who need it most.  As the wealth gap in our country continues to grow, and the need for more access to fresh, healthy food has grown with it, Second Harvest’s work will become even more crucial.


Jill  joined Second Harvest in 2014 as a volunteer and events coordinator, after working 20 years in the hospitality industry. Jill was raised in Montana and moved to Spokane in 1990. “I enjoy helping others and Spokane has given me so many different avenues to make a difference, especially since joining the Second Harvest team,” she said. “I’m proud to say I work with Second Harvest and our incredibly generous volunteers and donors.”