The National Wildlife Federation's dedicated leadership team directs the organization in its mission-driven work. Bringing together talent and expertise in science, policy, education, philanthropy, and more, our leaders work across the organization and beyond to develop strategies for harnessing our full power to save America's wildlife.
President and Chief Executive Officer
Under O’Mara’s leadership, the National Wildlife Federation is focused on recovering America’s wildlife ranging from bison and bighorn sheep to pollinators like monarch butterflies and native bees, improving management of and access to public lands, restoring America’s water bodies, advancing environmental education (including publishing Ranger Rick® magazines), and connecting every American child with the great outdoors.
Associate Vice President, Human Resources
Vice President, International Wildlife Conservation and Corporate Strategies
Vice President, One Federation
Vice President, Education and Training
Hilary Harp Falk
Vice President, Regional Conservation
Vice President, Strategic Business Operations
Vice President, Conservation Policy
Chief of Staff
Vice President, Philanthropy
Vice President, Finance
Northeast Regional Center
Northern Rockies, Prairies, and Pacific Regional Center (Missoula, MT)
South Central Regional Center
Rocky Mountain Regional Center
Mid-Atlantic Regional Center
California Regional Center
Great Lakes Regional Center
(Ann Arbor, MI)
Kathy served more than 10 years as the Montana Wildlife Federation (MWF) Representative to the National Wildlife Federation, and has focused her conservation efforts on protecting and conserving wildlife habitat, restoring natural resources and maintaining public access to public lands. She served two terms as president of MWF where she has been an active board member for more than 20 years. She was appointed by Montana’s governor to the first Private Lands/Public Wildlife Committee, which resulted in legislation that opened up more than seven million acres of private land to public hunting.
The National Wildlife Federation employs talented experts with experience in a diverse range of topics that support our conservation mission. They welcome the opportunity to share their extensive knowledge.
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