Orion-The Hunter's Institute Welcomes New Board Member Tammy Sapp
Helena MT –-(AmmoLand.com)- Eric Nuse, executive director of Orion – The Hunter's Institute, announced the organization's newest board member, conservation communications professional Tammy Sapp.
Sapp is an award-winning writer with 24 years of experience in the outdoor communications field with a focus on hunting and target shooting.
She possesses project management and team development know-how through her work at the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation and the National Wild Turkey Federation.
As the NWTF's senior vice president of communications, Tammy coordinated hunter recruitment and retention efforts in addition to planning and implementing numerous national marketing communications campaigns to encourage understanding of a range of conservation issues.
Today, Tammy freelances for a variety of Web sites and magazines, edits the women's section of The Outdoor Wire and provides communications and public relations services through her company Tammy Sapp Communications.
Sapp joins a team of dedicated professionals who serve on Orion's board including:
- President – Mark Hirvonen
- Treasurer – Randy Newberg
- Secretary – Gayle Joslin
- Board members John Organ, Jim Posewitz, and Jim Tantillo.
Orion is a 501 (c) (3) organization dedicated to ethical hunting and the wild resources essential to that purpose. Founded by Jim Posewitz in 1993, the organization is dedicated to preserving hunting as an important part of our North American conservation heritage through teaching hunter ethics and expanding society's knowledge of the conservation legacy that was born in the embers of the hunter's fire.
Orion is best known for its strong stance on ethical hunting and promoting the value of North American's hunting heritage. “Beyond Fair Chase,” which was written by Posewitz, is a standard for hunter education classes in North America with 500,000 copies in circulation. For more information, please contact us at 802-730-8111 or visit www.huntright.org