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Matt Dunfee to join WMI
Joining the Wildlife Management Institute (WMI) this month, as Conservation Program Specialist, is Matthew C. Dunfee. Matt will work in the Institute's Washington, DC headquarters.
As a student in Wildlife Biology at Colorado State University (CSU), Matt served as a WMI intern from 2003 through 2006, assisting with administration of the annual North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference. His additional experience includes as a Project Coordinator for the Center for Environmental Management on Military Lands (Fort Collins, Colorado), Project Assistant on the Pawnee National Grassland, Field Supervisor for Canyon Enterprises, Inc., and teaching assistant for the CSU College of Natural Resources.
Matt, who will attend the Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies annual meeting, at Snowmass, Colorado, will handle a variety of assignments for WMI. Significant among those will be taking on the role of coordinator for the CWD Alliance. He also will understudy as coordinator of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference.
"He brings a lot of intelligence, experience and enthusiasm to WMI, "stated Steve Williams, WMI President. "His youth, technical skills and commitment to wildlife conservation will be substantial assets to WMI and the profession. We are very pleased to welcome Matt Dunfee aboard."