Megan Winderl

Megan Winderl

Megan was born and raised on a registered cattle ranch in the Stevensville, Montana area. She went to college at Montana State University and obtained a B.S. in Pre-Veterinary Science. After graduation, Megan developed a successful construction business, which she operated over the next decade in the Bozeman and Ennis areas. In 2014, she moved back to the Bitterroot Valley to attend the University of Montana School of Law. She graduated in 2016. In law school, Megan was a member of the Jessop International Moot Court team, Representative for the Environmental Law Group, and Co-President of the rural Advocacy League.

Megan now practices law at Markette & Chouinard, P.C., where she focuses on real estate transactions, property and easement law, administrative law, water rights, business law, and civil matters. She is also a member of the Board for the Bitter Root Water Forum since 2017.