Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation Welcomes Sean McLelland as Executive Director

DALLAS, Tx (Ammoland.Com) – The Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation, formerly known as the Dallas Ecological Foundation, is proud to announce the hiring of Sean McLelland as their Executive Director effective January 3, 2017.

McLelland brings a wealth of experience to the job as Executive Director. Prior to coming on board with OTF, he served as the National Youth Director for the Youth Target Foundation, as the Director of Development for the Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation and he serves as an advisory council member for the National Sporting Clays Association.

Sean McLelland Tapped Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation New Executive Director
Sean McLelland Tapped Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation New Executive Director

He represented the United States of America 17 times in international competition as a shotgun athlete and competed in the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. He has extensive experience planning, managing and executing a wide range of programs including outdoor events, creating proprietary education programs in Texas, Louisiana and New Mexico, and he has managed a National Championship shooting program that hosted over 2000 competitors.

David Price, chairman of OTF says, “Sean brings the right mixture of talents to the job of Executive Director for OTF as the organization rebrands and strives to increase its presence as the industry leader in youth outdoor education through our nationally acclaimed Outdoor Adventures program, and through our commitment to conservation efforts worldwide.”

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About Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation

Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation began as Dallas Ecological Foundation (DEF) in 1981 with the primary purpose of receiving funds to fund grants to teach outdoor education and to promote and fund conservation of wildlife worldwide. In addition to the course curriculum, OTF has provided equipment grants to schools that have adopted Outdoor Adventures and teacher training and workshops have been provided without charge. From 200 plus schools in Texas, 20,000 students currently enrolled and more than 150,000 student participants , OTF looks to further expand the Outdoor Adventures curriculum across the U.S. OTF also makes a limited number of grants to qualified applicants in support of wildlife conservation projects. Learn more at http://goOTF.com