Nancy Schultz lives in Bozeman, and enjoys many outdoor activities including hiking, cycling, cross country skiing and watching wildlife.

She is a retired public school teacher and an advocate for wilderness, wildlife and the habitat and corridors that wildlife require in the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem.

Nancy feels that connected large wilderness areas are important for wildlife as the pressures of expanding human populations, climate change and increased use leave less and less of the critical wildlife habitat. She is also a board member of the Gallatin Wildlife Association.