Entrepreneur Charles (Trey) Buckner has been an Arkansas Wildlife Federation board member since 2015. Trey invests in his community through mentoring youth and promoting socially conscious outdoor activities in the state he loves. A graduate of the University of Arkansas with a BSBA in real estate and finance, Trey has also served as a board member for the Deans Advisory Committee of the Walton College of Business.
Amanda was born and raised in Cleburne County near beautiful Greers Ferry Lake and the Little Red River. She is a teacher by profession and shares her love of the outdoors with kids in her community through enrichment programs that include art, writing, fishing, and hands-on science experiments. Her goal is to teach kids to enjoy all the beauty our state has to offer while preserving it for future generations to come.
Ellen McNulty was taught the value of land stewardship while growing up on her family’s rice, soybean, and catfish farm in eastern Arkansas. She holds a bachelor's degree in fisheries and aquaculture from the University of Arkansas and an MS in fisheries and wildlife from the University of Missouri. Ellen worked with the AWF as the National Wildlife Federation’s Arkansas outreach coordinator in 2009 and 2010. Prior to that, she was watershed coordinator for the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality. Ellen has served on the AWF board since 2011.
Jim Taylor is a public land advocate, bowhunter, and Arkansas Wildlife Federation board member since 2015. Hunters can follow Jim's thoughts on conservation, public lands, and bowhunting in the AWF's Arkansas Out of Doors as well as his blog at http://www.BowhunterChronicles.com/