Kristen is president of the Northeast Wisconsin chapter. She loves spending time outside whether it be camping, hiking, fishing, clay shooting, shooting her bow or going bird hunting with her husband and dog, Olive. While not spending her time outside, she also does graphic design and photography work. Kristen is excited about being chapter president and working with the chapter to get local habitat projects and activities planned.
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.
Jake is the habitat chair of the Northeast Wisconsin chapter. Jake grew up loving to spend time outside, and spending time up north at his family’s cabin. Jake is passionate about finding habitat that will help all types of wildlife and pollinators. During the fall Jake spends his time out in the woods either deer hunting, or bird hunting with his wife & dog, Olive. During the summer months you can see him and his wife out on the Bay doing some walleye and perch fishing. Outside of his outdoor passions, Jake is also a journeyman machinist at a tool and die shop.
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.