I’ve been serving as chapter president in this capacity since we re-chartered the defunct Bay Area Chapter of Pheasants Forever back in early 2019. My wife Karen and I reside in Howard, WI and spend a lot of time at our lake home on Shawano Lake. Our daughter Ali resides in Manhattan, NY and is employed as a software engineer. Our son Thomas resides in New Hampshire and is studying computer science in college. He will graduate in June of 2021. Karen and I are both retired business owners. I retired from my companies at the beginning of 2020 and Karen retired from hers in June of 2020. We currently have two springer spaniels. Levi is 7 years old and Reuben is 2 years old. My passion is pheasant hunting, although I love many additional outdoor activities primarily centered around hunting, fishing and habitat restoration. I’ve been a member of Pheasants Forever for over 20 years. I look forward to growing our re-chartered chapter and increasing our habitat improvement impact throughout the counties we serve. Let me know if you’re ever up for a pheasant hunt. Levi, Reuben and I would love to join you!!!
Rob Moore is the Northeast Wisconsin Pheasants Forever Chapter Treasurer. He is actively involved in maintaining the chapter’s financial records, attending various events, and representing the Chapter with the Brown County Conservation Alliance. Rob was also the previous state Chapter Treasurer for Wisconsin Backcountry Hunters & Anglers. In his professional life, Rob is a Wealth Advisor with Nicolet Wealth Management and has experience providing investment research, individual/institutional portfolio management and investment oversight for Retirement Plan Services. Rob enjoys simply being outside spending time with family and friends. If it is pan fishing with his wife and children to remote hunting trips in Alaska with his dad and brothers, Rob treasures the little moments in those times.
Farm Bill Biologist
Julie is a Pheasants Forever Farm Bill Biologist serving Northeast Wisconsin. Julie can assist landowners in a variety of ways including assisting with federal programs which maybe available to them in order to improve habitat.