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WWF Board of Directors and Staff

WWF Board of Directors
(and committees)

Ronni McGlenn, Bellevue (President and WOW Program Director)

Ronni is co-founder of Washington Outdoor Women. Laying the groundwork in 1997, she served as the 1998 inaugural Westside coordinator, 1999, and 2000 as co-coordinator and  2001-2006 as lead coordinator.  In 2006, Ronni assumed the position of WOW’s Director.  Ronni is also a past chair of the Wetherill Nature Preserve Commission. She is a life member of the Izaak Walton League and a past Division President for Washington. She and her family have strong Northwest roots and a commitment to sustainability and habitat/wildlife conservation. Ronni is an accomplished hunter, angler, and backpacker. She likes to hunt wild turkey and waterfowl. She is responsible for WOW’s program development, PR and fundraising, sponsor procurement, instructor recruitment and teaching directives. Ronni is also an NRA-certified shotgun instructor for WOW. She helped facilitate WOW’s newest workshop, a partnership with Orvis for the summer Fly Fishing Expo at Rockwood. She developed WOW’s Introduction to Waterfowling, and is hoping to create the Wee WOW program (for kids) before retiring. (Next year is year #15)!

Mark Heckert, Puyallup (Second Vice President)
Mark is a fish, wildlife, and wetlands biologist and consultant. He has served as a biologist with the Puyallup Tribe, as a technical director for the Native American Fish & Wildlife Society, and as the director for the Willapa Alliance, a regional conservation organization in southwest Washington. Mark is a past president of WWF.  (Conservation, Climate Change Committees)

Steve Phillips, Seattle (Treasure)

Steve is retired from the Boeing Company where he held various finance and contract management positions.  Steve has been active with WWF since 1993, having served previous terms as vice-president and president.  He currently serves on the Board of Directors for Save Our Wild Salmon. (Executive, Nomination, Conservation Committees)

Mark Quinn, Lacey (Secretary))
Mark retired from a 31 year career with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife where he served as a local area manager, regional biologist, and Lands Division Manager in Olympia.  Mark has worked in various positions for the U.S Forest Service, Weyerhaeuser, The Federal Highway Administration and Grant County Public Utility District.  Mark has been active in Pheasants Forever, Ducks Unlimited,  The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, The Washington Wildlife and Recreation Coalition, Ducks Unlimited, The Sierra Club, The Nature Conservancy and The Trust for Public Lands.  He is involved with the Olympia Climate Action Group advocating for clean energy and climate change legislation. (Climate Change  & Education/Outreach/Ethics Committees)

At-Large Board Members

John McGlenn, Bellevue

John is principal and chief engineer for a multi-discipline engineering and architecture firm. He is the vice chairman of the management board for Intermountain West Joint Venture, a board member for the Wild Salmon Center, a trustee for the Wild Steelhead Coalition, and is involved with many conservation groups   including Ducks Unlimited, the Izaak Walton League, and the Washington Wildlife and Recreation Coalition. John serves as chairman for his local parks board, and is a past Washington Fish and Wildlife Commissioner serving two terms (12 years). John is a founding member of WWF.  (Executive, Fundraising Committees

Last Updated (2010-03-24 14:36:22)