Rockstar Hall of Fame
Forward Montana will be hosting our premiere event of the year, the 6th Annual Rockstar Hall of Fame, where we recognize and honor those rockin’ the Legislature, lugging gear bags full of clipboards, and rolling Montana forward.
April 20th, 2019 | 6:30 PM
129 W Alder St, Missoula
Our mission is to mobilize and engage young Montanans to use the democratic process to improve their lives and the lives of their fellow Montanans. We believe if more young people vote and advocate civically for public policies that reflect their values, a more supportive climate will be created to advance policies that better their lives and the lives of all Montanans. This change will happen faster if more young Montanans have the leadership skills and training to be effective civic advocates. The Rockstar Hall of Fame lifts up young people and the young at heart who are making big waves on their campuses, in their communities, and in the State Capitol.
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Chuck & Joanie Tooley, Billings
The “We Built This City” award goes to the couple who provides us with the vision, strength, and tenacity to keep on fighting the good fight to make Montana a better place.
Tammy Lacey, Great Falls
The “Fighter” award goes to a leader and educator who, even though she’ll be retiring at the end of this year, “ain’t goin stop” advocating for her students.
Ella Smith, Helena
The “Q.U.E.E.N.” award in honor of Carolyn Squires goes to an organizer that is a fearless advocate for low-income Montanans and is “gonna keep selling hope” to the end.
BethYana Pease, Lodge Grass
The “Eye of the Tiger” award is given to a leader who “went the distance” and is “not gonna stop.”
Pat Sweeney, Billings
The “A Little Less Talk, and a Lot More Action” Award goes to a leader who prioritizes getting shit done and inspires everyone around them.
Amy Cilimburg, Missoula
The “Whatever it Takes” award goes to a leader who will do whatever it takes for an energy efficient, sustainable world.
Ivy & Ivan MacDonald, Missoula
The “People Have the Power” award goes to two young activists who have made it their mission to lift up the voices of other young grassroots organizers.
Aubrey Bertram (Billings)
Billy McWilliams (Bozeman)
Gerry Jennings (Great Falls)
Garrett Lankford (Helena)
Caitlin Piserchia (Missoula)
Jessica Grennan (Missoula)
Donavon Hawk (Butte)