Marcia lives in Montana, where she spends as much time as she can hunting, fishing, hiking, camping, stargazing, and foraging. Originally from Michigan, Marcia has a bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University and a Master’s in Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. For 15 years, Marcia worked as an educator with a focus on place-based education that nurtured kids’ natural curiosity for and love of the outdoors. In spring of 2016, after being a big game hunter for four years, Marcia was inspired to partner with a friend and start a business providing women-led hunting education and mentoring opportunities. She also serves as the Vice Chair of the Missoula Energy and Climate Team. Marcia is the program manager for the National Wildlife Federation’s Artemis Sportswomen initiative, where she focuses on creating a community of powerful, informed sportswomen who will foster positive change and defend and secure the future of our public lands, waters, and wildlife.
Stop Pebble Mine
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