MWF STAFF

THE PEOPLE WHO MAKE IT POSSIBLE

davechadwick

Dave Chadwick

Executive Director

Dave has 20 years of experience in the public and nonprofit sectors, focused largely on conservation issues. His background includes several years on Capitol Hill, both on the staff of a US Senator and as a lobbyist for the Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. Chadwick has extensive training and experience in collaboration and consensus-building.

dchadwick@mtwf.org

nickgevock

Nick Gevock

Conservation Director

Nick came to MWF after an 11 year stint with newspapers in Bozeman and Butte covering government, public lands, natural resource development, wildlife, the outdoors and hunting and fishing issues. A lifelong hunter and angler, he enjoys the outdoors with his daughter Leticia and dog Sapphire throughout Montana and the Northwest.

ngevock@mtwf.org

markdostal

Mark Dostal

Outreach Coordinator

Mark hopes to channel his combination of enthusiasm and educational background into growing a strong outreach program for MWF. He’s in charge of our print and online outreach activities, including the production of this newsletter, our new website, and our growing social media presence. You’ll also see him travelling around the state to celebrate public lands and wildlife at local events.

mdostal@mtwf.org

johnbradley

John Bradley

Eastern Montana Field Representative

John brings valuable knowledge in grassroots organizing having worked with multiple non-profits while attending school at Regis University in Denver. He holds a degree in Environmental Studies and Politics and is excited to be Montana Wildlife Federation’s presence in Eastern Montana. John hopes to use his talents in organizing to protect public access to public lands and to strengthen the traditions of hunting and angling in Montana. John spends most of his free time exploring Montana’s wild lands while hiking, hunting, and fishing.

jbradley@mtwf.org

alecunderwood

Alec Underwood

Western Montana Field Representative

Alec brings his passion for conservation and admiration of public lands to the job. He has spent several years in the field of fisheries and holds a degree in aquatic wildlife biology from the University of Montana. He has worked in collaboration with federal agencies, private landowners, and conservation organizations on a variety of different issues. While not working or volunteering his time for conservation, Alec can be found on a trout stream or in the mountains of southwest Montana pursuing elk in September.

alec@mtwf.org