Gloria Montaño Greene
Deputy Under Secretary
USDA, Farm Production and Conservation
Washington, D.C.

Bio:

Gloria Montaño Greene was appointed Deputy Under Secretary for USDA’s Farm Production and Conservation (FPAC) mission area on February 22, 2021. Her experience is focused in government and community work and includes federal
policy, politics, advocacy, intergovernmental relations, communications, and management.


As the FPAC Deputy Undersecretary, Montaño Greene leads agencies that deliver farm programs and services to farmers, ranchers, and agricultural producers. These programs include farm loans, conservation, disaster assistance, crop insurance and
price support.


Montaño Greene is a former State Executive Director for the Farm Service Agency in Arizona from 2014-2017. With FSA in Arizona, Montaño Greene led the implementation of the 2014 Farm Bill programs across the state.


She previously served as Deputy Chief of Staff and Chief of Staff to Congressman Raúl M. Grijalva of Arizona. Montaño Greene also served as Deputy Director for Chispa Arizona, a program of the League of Conservation Voters focused on the
empowerment of Latino voices in Arizona on issues including energy, public lands, and democracy access.


Montaño Greene is originally from rural Arizona. She is a proud graduate of theUniversity of Arizona.