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Bobby Levy

Bobby Levy
PO Box 69
Echo, OR  97826
odfw.commission@state.or.us

Chair of the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission
Congressional District 2
Term Expires: 11/30/14

Born in La Grande, Barbara (Bobby) has lived her entire life in Oregon and currently lives on a working farm near Echo with her family. An educator by profession, Ms. Levy has been an adjunct instructor in the Business Technology Department at Blue Mountain Community College, and continues to stay involved in education by substitute teaching. She received her Master’s of Business Administration from Portland State University and a Master’s in Teacher Education from Eastern Oregon University. She has served on numerous boards and committees, and is a member of the Hermiston Government Affairs Team, a starting board member of Eastern Oregon Women’s Coalition, and a past board member of the Umatilla County Housing Authority. Throughout her life, she and her family have enjoyed hunting, fishing and outdoor activities in Northeast Oregon.

   
Michael Finley

Michael Finley
1521 Nottingham Circle
Medford, OR 97504
odfw.commission@state.or.us

Vice Chair of the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission
Western Oregon
Term Expires: 6/30/15

Michael Finley is President of the Turner Foundation, a private grant-making foundation that supports hundreds of grassroots, national and international organizations. Before joining the Turner Foundation, he spent 32 years with the National Park Service. During his career, Finley was Superintendent of Yellowstone National Park for 6.5 years and also served as Superintendent of Yosemite and Everglades National Parks and Assateague Island National Seashore. He directly managed hunting and fishing activities on National Park Service lands and waters in Alaska, Florida, Maryland, Virginia, California, Montana and Wyoming. He was also a commissioned law enforcement ranger and investigator for 10 years. Finley hunts and fishes, and is passionate about public recreation.

   
Gregory Wolley

Gregory J. Wolley
City of Portland
1120 SW Fifth Avenue, Room 750
Portland, OR  97204
odfw.commission@state.or.us

Congressional District 3
Appointment Effective: June 1, 2012
Term Expires: 5/31/16

Gregory Wolley is originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, and has lived in Portland for the past for 24 years. He currently manages small business development programs for the City of Portland. Greg has previously worked as a forest planner and conservation education manager for the US Forest Service, a regional open space planner for Metro Regional Parks and Greenspaces, and a preserve manager for The Nature Conservancy. He received his B.A. degree in behavioral biology from UC Berkeley, and an M.S. Degree in natural resource education from Southern Oregon University. Greg has served on numerous boards and advisory committees, including the Northwest Association of Environmental Professionals, the City of Portland Urban Forestry Commission, and parks and natural areas planning committees for Multnomah and Los Angeles counties. Greg’s passion is introducing new audiences to activities and careers in the outdoors. He enjoys many outdoor activities, including fishing, backpacking and kayaking. He lives in the Grant Park neighborhood of Portland with his wife Sharon and their two children.
   
Laura Anderson

Laura Anderson
P.O. Box 1957
Newport, Oregon 97365
odfw.commission@state.or.us

Congressional District 5
Appointment Effective: June 1, 2012

Laura Anderson owns and operates Local Ocean Seafoods, a sustainability-focused seafood restaurant and fish market in Newport, Oregon. She also currently serves as the Executive Director of FISHCRED, a coastwide organization that represents commercial fishing business in Marine Spatial Planning. Coming from a commercial fishing family, she spent many summers working on her father's fishing boat before earning a Master's degree in Marine Resource Management from Oregon State University. In her younger years she served as a Peace Corps Volunteer working with artisanal fishers in the Philippines and also spent a year working in international business in Hanoi, Vietnam. Laura still enjoys traveling, particularly where it involves SCUBA diving and experimenting with new cuisines.

   
Bob Webber Bob Webber
PO Box 257
Port Orford, OR  97465
odfw.commission@state.or.us

Congressional District 4
Term Expires: 3/1/2014

Bob Webber grew up in Tigard. He attended Linfield College and Willamette University Law School. Bob, and his wife Suzanne live on the Elk River outside of Port Orford. They have three daughters and five grandchildren. Bob is a partner in the law firm of Black, Chapman, Webber and Stevens in Medford,and works part time on the south coast. For the past 16 years, he has been a board member and past chairman of the 11,000-member Oregon Hunters Association. He is as an avid hunter and angler, and he also volunteers as a special prosecutor handling wildlife-related cases for the Curry County District Attorney's Office.

   
Bob Webber

Holly Akenson
72531 Farmers Ln
Enterprise, OR 97828
odfw.commission@state.or.us

Eastern Oregon
Term Expires: 6/30/15

Holly Akenson has been a wildlife biologist and educator, primarily working in rural areas of Eastern Oregon and Idaho.  She received her M.S. in Wildlife Resources from University of Idaho and B.S. in Biology and B.S. in Education from Eastern Oregon University.  Most recently she worked for Wallowa Resources, providing education and field experiences for youth, university students and the community on stewardship of the natural resources of Wallowa County.  Prior to that Holly taught field programs for University of Idaho students and conducted research and monitoring on wolves, cougars, bighorn sheep, bald eagles, and Oregon’s nongame Conservation Strategy Species for ODFW, IDF&G, and the Forest Service.  She is a certified Wildlife Biologist.  Holly currently works as a wildlife consultant and with her husband Jim, manages their tree farm.  She serves on a local board promoting logging history.  Holly is an avid archery and rifle big game hunter, angler, and wildlife photographer.  She enjoys riding mules and taking a pack string into the mountains.

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