Leadership Team

INSPIRE. HUNT. PRESERVE.

Women dedicated to North American Wildlife conservation efforts, and inspiring fellow women and young girls to expand their knowledge of the outdoor sporting world.

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Our Leadership Team

We are blessed to have such a passionate team of leaders on our side. These women volunteer their time and resources for this organization, because they believe in what we’re doing! Each one of our leaders has an entire life outside of American Daughters of Conservation. Mothers, wives, daughters, sisters, friends, employees, business owners, outdoor women – the list of hats each of our leaders wears goes on & on.

‘It takes a village’ applies to way more than just raising children. In our case, it takes a village to organize, plan, manage, and execute events and conservation efforts. This village shows up, and pours their hearts into making a difference. From building camaraderie among our members, to coordinating boots on the ground for a variety of conservation efforts.

The last few years have brought some serious GROWTH for our organization, resulting in additional leadership positions! We are currently in the process of updating all Chapter Leaders and National Board Members. If you have any immediate questions, please visit our Contact Us Page!

 

Meet Our Team

Board of Advisors

Brenna Nuckols

Brenna Nuckols

Founder/National Board Member

 

It was pointed out to me by one of my beautiful officers, in a recent meeting, that I should share the story with my ADC girls about why I decided to start building this organization in the first place. So, here it is!  I have always enjoyed the outdoors even as a small child my favorite activities were always outside, but it was not until I was in college that I discovered my love for hunting and fishing. As I began to get more involved in these activities, I noticed that it always seemed to be a small group of guys, and then me! Not to discredit the boys, I enjoy hunting and fishing with them all, very much! We always have a hoot! However, I started to think, “It would be so nice to have a group of awesome girls that I could throw in my pick up truck and just go for a day on the water fishing, or for a weekend in the woods hunting, and not have to have the boys tag along!” After years of pondering and scouting, I discovered there were lots of women like me who love hunting and fishing already but wanted the same female outdoors comradeship, and there were even more that had always been interested in learning how to hunt and fish, but were either intimidated to start or had no venue to do so.

After a few more years of pondering I decided to create American Daughters of Conservation. A group of like minded females who strive to create a fun, relaxed and judgment free way for women to learn and thrive in all outdoor sports. Most importantly I wanted my organization to do some good, so supporting our nations on going conservation efforts seemed only natural. Through our hard work I know that our future generations will reap the same benefits from wild game and fish that we have. Even though we have only been an official organization since January 2017, we have already recruited over 200 members and are in 30 different states, put on several events and found 7 amazing sponsors. Seeing more and more women get involved is like watching a dizzy day dream come true in real time. You ladies are amazing and thank you from the bottom of my heart for supporting this organization! LET THE ADVENTURES CONTINUE!

Rachel Anderson

Rachel Anderson

National Board Member

Hello Everyone, welcome to American Daughters of Conservation’s website, we are so happy you have stopped by to learn more about this amazing organization. My name is Rachel, and I am originally a Maryland girl now living in Florida. I was thrilled to be appointed an Officer of ADC in March of 2017. I came to this organization because I wanted to contribute to the sustainability of all North American wild game and fish, but also to expand my knowledge of all outdoor sports. I am excited to continue my journey with ADC and can’t wait to be a mentor to all our new and current members. I also look forward to ADC’s continued partnerships with all of our amazing sponsors. As a mother of three I can’t think of a better organization for me and my daughters to be a part of, together we will conserve not only the species we love to hunt and fish, but more importantly we will conserve our outdoor way of life.

Kenzie Taylor

Kenzie Taylor

National Board Member

Hey y’all my name is Kenzie Taylor and I am Kentucky born and raised. I currently live in Kentucky and I have been hunting since I was 9 years old. I was the boy my dad never had and I am very grateful for him starting me in the outdoors! Hunting, fishing and bow fishing have always been a passion of mine and I do my best to contribute and make a difference in the outdoors. I have always been “one of the guys” and wanted to find girls who were just like me. I am so happy to be a member and work alongside the ADC because this organization represents females in the outdoors who help each other, educate one another, and encourage other women in a positive light while also contributing to our North American Conservation efforts.
As a female hunter who grew up in the outdoors I felt right at home with this group and I feel you would too. In today’s outdoor and sporting industry it is hard to find a group of women who have the same morals and values as I do, and if that is what you are looking for you have found it! Join American Daughters of Conservation today!

Stacy Whittum

Stacy Whittum

National Board Member

Cassie Knauss

Cassie Knauss

Marketing Director/National Board Member

 

I’m Cassie & I oversee the American Daughters of Conservation Website and Social Media, as well as hold a seat on the Board of Advisors.

I was born and raised in SW Michigan and love it here. My passion for all things outdoors runs far and wide; everything from gardening & habitat management, to hunting & fishing, to camping & hiking!

Thanks to the power of social media, I found ADC and couldn’t be more excited to contribute to this incredible organization. Sharing my passions and knowledge with like minded women, and learning from them all the same.

No matter your experience or knowledge in the outdoor world, we have a community of fierce women holding a place just for you!

Elizabeth Bland

Elizabeth Bland

Florida President/National Board Member

 

My name is Elizabeth Bland and I am the Florida Chapter President. I am a Florida native and was lucky enough to be raised in the Florida Outdoors. A few years ago I began my search for a way to get involved and help preserve the outdoor way of life I was raised to love. That lead me here. I joined the ADC Family in 2017 and have loved every second of it. Having the opportunity to meet so many great women (of every skill level) from not only across Florida, but from across the Country, has been one of my favorite parts of my ADC journey. I’ve had the chance to share my knowledge and learn from others and have grown so much since joining. If you’re looking for a place to call home, a place where you can learn, teach, and grow without being judged, this is that place. Check out the Events page and join us on one of our adventures!

Tina Shepard

Tina Shepard

Michigan President/National Board Member

 

Thank you for your interest in ADC and visiting our website to learn more about our vision! My name is Tina Goodman, the Michigan State Chapter President since 2019. Our focus is to encourage, empower, and educate women and girls in the outdoors with a judgment free and truly inviting atmosphere. Not only through hunting and fishing but with building and restoration projects, habitat preservation, clean ups, and recycling to conserve our beautiful land. The opportunities are plentiful and the friendships I’ve made have truly changed my life! I never met a better group of like-minded women from all over the US that have a true passion to encourage each other to try something new or help in our efforts to preserve.

Brittany Duty

Brittany Duty

National Board Member

 

Welcome to American Daughters of Conservation (ADC)! My name is Brittany Duty. I was born and raised in Maryland and I have loved being outdoors ever since I was a child. My sister and I grew up hunting and fishing with my dad and grandfather. I always loved this time with my family but it was those times spent with my sister laughing and exploring together that I am most fond of. As a wife and mom of 2 boys I was searching for a way to get more time outdoors with other like minded women. That led me here. I joined ADC in 2017 and have loved every second of it. Having the opportunity to meet so many great women from not only across Maryland but across the country has been life changing. Women that were once strangers are now some of my very best friends that I not only get to go on ADC adventures with but also celebrate major life milestones with! I am very proud to be a member of ADC where we not only support and educate women but also give back to our communities and conserve animal habitats for future generations to enjoy.

Meet Our Team

Chapter Leadership

American Daughters of Conservation currently has 16 Chapters, with members in 35 states!

Chapters currently include Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, North Carolina, Northeast, Ohio, Virginia, West Virginia & Wisconsin.

Arkansas Chapter

Kathrene Damron

Kathrene Damron

Arkansas President

 

I am Kathrene Damron. I am the Arkansas State Chapter President. I think it was 2018 when I joined ADC. I was born in Texas, south of Houston, and moved to Bossier City, Louisiana when I was 4, right after my dad passed away. We lived with my grandmother for several years. I remember fishing one time, with my mom, when I was little.

Fast forward to 1986, we moved to southwest Arkansas when I was 14….to the country. When I was 17, I borrowed a rifle and went deer hunting. I had never been and never had anyone take me. I went out to the property where we were living and harvested my first deer. I think this was actually the first time that I had ever shot a gun. It was a spike and what a rush. I did have someone show and teach me how to clean the deer. I have been hunting ever since. I have hunted a variety of animals and ducks and geese. I haven’t been duck hunting in probably 20 years…even though I live in the duck capital of the world.

I now live in east Arkansas. I have been here since 1997. I started archery and bowhunting around 2000. I am married and we both love hunting, fishing, camping, etc.  I have always loved the outdoors. I love getting others involved in the outdoors. I love that I found ADC and what all it stands for.

Florida Chapter

Elizabeth Bland

Elizabeth Bland

Florida President/National Board Member

 

My name is Elizabeth Bland and I am the Florida Chapter President. I am a Florida native and was lucky enough to be raised in the Florida Outdoors. A few years ago I began my search for a way to get involved and help preserve the outdoor way of life I was raised to love. That lead me here. I joined the ADC Family in 2017 and have loved every second of it. Having the opportunity to meet so many great women (of every skill level) from not only across Florida, but from across the Country, has been one of my favorite parts of my ADC journey. I’ve had the chance to share my knowledge and learn from others and have grown so much since joining. If you’re looking for a place to call home, a place where you can learn, teach, and grow without being judged, this is that place. Check out the Events page and join us on one of our adventures!

Diedre Brown

Diedre Brown

Florida Vice President (Central Florida)

 

Hey everyone! My name is Diedre Brown. I am a Florida native and have been in love with the outdoors my entire life. I grew up fishing and playing in the woods but didn’t start hunting until my adult life. I am married with two children and I try to instill my love of the outdoors into them as much as I can. I’m a firm believer that the Earth can give you everything you need and that is a big reason why conservation is so important to me. I love to hunt, fish, camp and hike but my biggest passion is probably native and medicinal plants. I really enjoy learning about symbiotic relationship of plants and animals and I do what I can to protect that. I’m really excited to start this new chapter with ADC and joining all of you like-minded ladies. Together, we can empower each other, break barriers, and make a lasting impact on the outdoors!

Shaun Marsteller

Shaun Marsteller

Florida Vice President (Panhandle)

 

Some of us are touched by the woods and some are touched by the water- My soul is touched by both….. A Florida native, I have had a love of the outdoors since I was a toddler- being indoors was punishment to me.  I grew up boating, swimming and fishing on Lake Conway in Orlando and my father taught me to shoot at an early age.  The best Christmas I remember was getting a bow in 4th grade.  I consider myself a novice hunter but a seasoned fisherwoman.   I was blessed to have an amazing harvest year last season, being able to get my first archery deer, my first buck, my first bobcat and my first turkey- this organization has opened me and allowed me to have so many firsts with more to come!!  I am excited to be chosen as the VP of the Florida Panhandle- I have so many ideas for education, outreaching and growing our numbers.  Can’t wait to meet so many more of you!

Georgia Chapter

Abigail Sue Paul

Abigail Sue Paul

Georgia Chapter President

 

Hey ya’ll, my name is Abigail Paul and I am the Georgia Chapter President. I was born and raised here in Georgia and although I wasn’t introduced to hunting until my late 20’s I have been camping, fishing, and just enjoying the outdoors in general since birth. My husband first introduced me to hog hunting behind dogs and the passion for hunting has grown from there, to include coon, deer, especially turkey hunting and tracking/recovery, although running behind  hog dogs will always hold a special place in my heart. As my passion for hunting grew something seemed to be missing and that’s when I joined ADC, after going on a couple trips I was hooked and the rest is history. Every trip has felt like being part of something bigger than myself, of being part of a family, not a bunch of strangers. The connections that are made last a lifetime and I am honored to be part of such an organization.  

Indiana Chapter

Allison Hunter Voges

Allison Hunter Voges

Indiana President

 

My name is Allison Hunter Voges and I grew up in the outdoors. Some of my favorite memories are tagging along on a quail or squirrel hunt with my father, or fishing with my grandparents and cousins out on the pond. I was born and raised in southern Indiana and am proud to say that I am currently the chapter leader for our state. While I love the quiet and peace that hunting and fishing brings, I’m even more passionate about sharing my love and enthusiasm for the outdoors with anyone I meet. Some of my fondest memories have taken place around the campfire with friends, sharing stories about past hunts and dreaming of future adventures. I am extremely lucky to have found the ADC. It’s helped me build some amazing relationships both locally, and with other like-minded females across the US. Our goal in life, in addition to conservation, is to inspire and encourage other women to step out of their comfort zones and into the great outdoors.

Decia Linne

Decia Linne

Indiana Vice President

 

Hi! I’m Decia and I was born and raised in the great outdoors. I developed an early affinity for fishing, which remains a cherished pastime to this day. I was raised among deer hunting enthusiasts but only discovered my own ability to hunt deer after meeting my husband. It was a transformative experience that ignited my enthusiasm to provide for my family. Today, we are proud parents of two young adults who share the same fervor for the outdoors, making family adventures in nature a cherished tradition. Outside of the wild, I am a dedicated educator with a passion for teaching those eager to learn.  I firmly believe in the strength of education to empower individuals and communities. I am passionate about teaching, whether it involves guiding young minds in the classroom or imparting outdoor wisdom in the field. Over the years, I have expanded my outdoor pursuits thanks to the enriching experiences provided by ADC. For me, ADC is more than an organization; it’s a family. The bonds forged through shared outdoor adventures and a commitment to preserving our American heritage have made ADC an integral part of my life. In my role as the Indiana Vice President, I aim to infuse our organization with a distinctive blend of my love for the outdoors, strong family values, and steady commitment to education. I look forward to continuing this journey with ADC, creating lasting memories, and welcoming others into this extended family. 

Kentucky Chapter

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Kentucky Chapter President

 

*Coming Soon*

Louisiana Chapter

Janelle Martin

Janelle Martin

Louisiana President

 

*Coming Soon*

Maryland Chapter

Andrea Wyant

Andrea Wyant

Maryland President

 

Hey ladies! My name is Andrea and I’m the Maryland Chapter President for ADC. Born and raised in this beautiful state, I spent my summers at the beach and found a passion for fishing early on. I come from a family of active anglers but wasn’t exposed to hunting until my teenage years. My deep dive into the great outdoors started in 2017. I may not have been hunting as long as some, but I haven’t looked back since getting my hands dirty six years ago. I’ve been lucky enough to harvest everything from deer, turkey, fox, waterfowl and super excited for my first MD Sika hunt this winter. A member of ADC found me just before the pandemic and I’ve been actively involved ever since! This organization has connected me with so many amazing likeminded women and I am forever grateful for the friendships and support we have for one another. Being a woman in the outdoors can be intimidating at times, but this group of ladies has each other’s backs every step of the way. I’m looking forward to sharing my knowledge and experience, learning new skills and continuing to create a welcoming environment that gets women actively involved in conservation and the outdoors.

Sarah Stoneburner

Sarah Stoneburner

Maryland Vice President (South)

 

I grew up fishing, swimming in the creek, and coming home filthy, much to my mom’s dismay. When I met my husband, nearly twenty years ago, I wasn’t against hunting but I didn’t think it was something I could do. To take a life is emotional and it is a huge responsibility. I started out bird hunting because I enjoy the work with pointers and retrievers and my love of hunting grew from there. I hunt because I value the wild and nutritious food it provides my family, I respect the animal’s natural life, and I take responsibility for the meat that I eat. But, it’s so much more than that. Being outside…on the water, in a tree, up in the mountains, or down in the swamp…it is my church. Being close to nature strips us down to an innate connection with creation and in this fast-paced world, it is rejuvenating for the spirit.  I still enjoy fishing and bird hunting, but I also love to hunt whitetail deer, turkey, rabbit, etc. Hog hunting is my passion. I am proud to be the first female resource management partner at a hunting and conservation outfit in Johnston County, NC. I also enjoy foraging, gardening, butchering, and cooking. I found ADC in 2019 when a friend suggested I check it out. Since then, I have made lifelong friends and shared life changing experiences. This shy girl flew to an unfamiliar state to stay with twelve ladies I had never met before and yank a giant catfish out of the bottom of a muddy lake by hand! ADC has changed my life and I look forward to sharing it with you.

Kaitlin Rossignuolo

Kaitlin Rossignuolo

Maryland Vice President (North)

 

I’m Kait and I was born and raised in the mountains of Western Maryland. I have been involved in the outdoors one way or another for 30 years. I’m an avid hunter of deer, turkey, waterfowl, pheasant and bear. Fishing takes me from Olcott, NY to Key West Florida and many state in-between every year chasing all kinds of fish. Besides hunting and fishing I have been a Hunter Education Instructor in MD for 12 years. I love being able to pass on my knowledge to new hunters and being able to help them get started into the sport. I have always been the only female hunter in my group of friends, so finding ADC has been a game changer. I am so thankful for the women I have meet and the opportunities that are available to me through this great organization.

Michigan Chapter

Tina Goodman

Tina Goodman

Michigan President/National Board Member

 

Thank you for your interest in ADC and visiting our website to learn more about our vision! My name is Tina Goodman, the Michigan State Chapter President since 2019. Our focus is to encourage, empower, and educate women and girls in the outdoors with a judgment free and truly inviting atmosphere. Not only through hunting and fishing but with building and restoration projects, habitat preservation, clean ups, and recycling to conserve our beautiful land. The opportunities are plentiful and the friendships I’ve made have truly changed my life! I never met a better group of like-minded women from all over the US that have a true passion to encourage each other to try something new or help in our efforts to preserve.

Ashly Kolodisa

Ashly Kolodisa

Michigan Chapter Vice President

 

My name is Ashly Kolodisa and I am the MI Chapter Vice President. I grew up in a military family and have moved around a lot but always loved the outdoors. I have been married for over 10 years now and have 2 daughters who also love the outdoors. I love to share the outdoor world with my girls as well as the preschoolers I teach. Being a member of American Daughters of Conservation not only provides opportunities to share the outdoors with those I love but also to meet other women that share that same passion. Conservation projects are a huge part of preserving our outdoor world for many years to come. Walking and exploring the outdoor world is my favorite activity but you can also find me fishing and hunting throughout the year.

Minnesota Chapter

Lindsay Hewitt

Lindsay Hewitt

Minnesota President

 

 

Missouri Chapter

Jan Jennings

Jan Jennings

Missouri President

 

Hi Folks! Let me introduce myself…. I am Jan Jennings, your Missouri State Chapter President. Growing up on a small farm in Michigan, I got my love for the great outdoors from my big brother at a very young age. He taught me how to hunt, fish, and trap, but most of all; he taught me the importance of conservation. I have carried my love of the outdoors and passion to share outdoor experiences with others into my life here in Missouri.

The chase for big whitetails brought me to Missouri, which I know call home. I run a small farm with goats, Highland cattle, a few pigs and lots of poultry. I am a beekeeper and own The Lodge at Circle J with my husband Dan.

In 2017, we hosted an all ladies hunt where I had the pleasure of meeting our founder, Brenna Nuckols and several members of ADC. I believed in the path this organization was on and instantly joined and never looked back. The experiences and knowledge you can gain with the members of ADC are endless.

Thank you for taking a few moments to view our website and I hope you will embrace the opportunities this organization has to offer.

Kacey Blunk

Kacey Blunk

Missouri Vice President

 

My name is Kacey Blunk and I am the Missouri Chapter Vice President. I live on a cattle farm in Southern Missouri. I love photography, hunting turkey, deer, small game, and predator, fishing on the rivers and lakes, foraging for mushrooms and learning about natural resources, hiking, and exploring new places. My obsession with being outdoors began at a very early age watching my grandpa raise hounds and hunt his farm. As a mom of four, I have thoroughly enjoyed introducing my kids to everything that I love. I watch the passion and knowledge grow in them year after year. I have made it my mission to help open doors for other women and children to get involved, just like ADC has opened those doors for me. So many people never get the opportunity to experience or have anyone to learn from. I hope that I can be that face of opportunity for American Daughters of Conservation. I don’t care if you came from the city or the country, know everything or nothing, whoever you are… Let’s go on an adventure! 

North Carolina Chapter

Alyssa Combs

Alyssa Combs

North Carolina President

 

*Coming Soon*

Northeast Chapter

Our Northeast Chapter is our first chapter comprised of multiple states; including Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, and Pennsylvania.

Sheryl Magdycz

Sheryl Magdycz

Northeast President

 

My name is Sheryl and I am a Western Massachusetts native. Lucky enough to be born with parents who love the outdoors, I grew up hunting and fishing with family and friends. I love to hunt deer, turkey, and pheasants and recently have started trying to break into the waterfowl game. When it comes to fishing ice fishing holds an extra special spot in my heart, and is my absolute favorite outdoor activity. I am super excited to be a part of the ADC team, this organization is like none other that I have ever experienced, with women who share such passion for the outdoors. I cannot wait to meet more of you amazing ladies!

Vikki Casey

Vikki Casey

Northeast Vice President

 

Vikki Casey is from Upstate NY, mother to 3 teenage boys, and works in the pharmaceutical industry. She loves hiking, hunting, fishing and other outdoor activities! Although newer to some of these passions, Vikki has thrown herself into everything outdoors. She manages a page called Chasing Open Air where her mission is to connect like minded women to share their passion for the outdoors, and most of all, HAVE FUN! Vikki most recently harvested her first turkey this spring and is on the hunt for her first deer in the fall!

Ohio Chapter

Holly Williams

Holly Williams

Ohio President

 

*Coming Soon*

Moriah Briggs

Moriah Briggs

Ohio Vice President

 

I am Moriah from Southeast Ohio I have the privilege of being Vice President of our Ohio chapter. As soon as I joined I met an amazing lady that is now one of my best friends… she traveled across the state to go goose hunting and bowfishing with me and we have made several lasting memories since then and had more wonderful ladies join our tribe. I grew up in a small town and mostly enjoyed deer hunting and fishing with my dad and brother but have picked up waterfowl hunting and turkey hunting since then. I love a new adventure and marking things off of my bucket list. When I’m not hunting I work as a physical therapist assistant. I’m very grateful to have found this group.

Virginia Chapter

*PRESIDENT POSITION VACANT*

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Virginia President

 

*Coming Soon*

Alexis Swift

Alexis Swift

Virginia Vice President

 

Hey ya’ll! My name is Alexis Swift but you can call me Lexi! I was born into a military family and originally come from small-town Iowa but have lived here in southeast Virginia most of my life and consider this my home. I’m still located in coastal Virginia, although nowadays you can often find me out in those beautiful Blue Ridge mountains as hiking is my number one outdoor passion. We grew up doing a little bit of camping and fishing here and there and I feel like I was always outside. It wasn’t until my early adulthood that I really fell in love with the outdoors on my own. I’ve been an avid hiker for many years and am happiest on the trail or outside in general. However, I recently dove head first into hunting and it is quickly making its way to my little, outdoorsy heart.

 

I’m so glad to have found the ADC as not only a resource to help fuel my love of the outdoors and conservation efforts, but as a beautiful network of STRONG women sharing their skills and experiences in the most encouraging and judgement-free way possible. I’m so excited to be a part of this organization and am looking forward to building these skills and friendships. If you’re looking for a place where you don’t have to be one of the guys… come be one of the girls here with the ADC. 

West Virginia Chapter

Millie Brasseur

Millie Brasseur

West Virginia President

 

My name is Millie Brasseur, and I am the WV Chapter President. I am a born and raised country girl with deep roots of everything outdoors. Hunting and fishing have been a huge part of my life. My siblings and I (my sister is the WV Chapter Vice President) grew up doing everything that involved the outdoors. Both of our parents were very enthusiastic about hunting, fishing, camping, and raised us to respect the animals we harvest. Nearly all my fondest memories revolve around outdoor activities. While I have always been comfortable with tagging along with the guys, I jumped at the chance to join American Daughters of Conversation in 2017. Having the opportunity to meet so many gals across the country that were just like me sounded amazing and was one of the BEST things I have ever done for myself. I have made lifelong friendships, made incredible memories, learned new skills and have been on countless adventures. If you are looking for gals just like you, a place to fit in, a place to learn or teach skills while being completely comfortable, we are your group!

Beth Cook

Beth Cook

West Virginia Vice President

 

I was raised hunting and fishing in the beautiful mountain state of West Virginia. My Dad was an avid outdoorsman and shared his passion of chasing whitetails with me and my family. He taught us to respect all animals and to be an ethical hunter. My parents are no longer here but we still carry on these traditions and have passed them on to our kids. Hunting is a part of who we are, it’s a way to be intimate with nature while providing wild, unprocessed food that is free from hormones while making memories with family and friends.
I joined ADC in 2019 after my sister Millie Brasseur shared this group with me. She is the WV State Chapter President and I’m the WV Vice President. Hunters play a major role in conservation efforts by paying for hunting tags, fees, etc. so I loved the idea of joining an all-girls group that supports conservation efforts. It was a great decision; I’ve made a lot of friends through this wonderful group of ladies that also enjoy the outdoors and preserving our way of life. It’s given me the opportunity to go on adventures that I wouldn’t have been able to do on my own. I love that this group doesn’t judge anyone, in fact we encourage, educate, and support each other. For many of us the outdoors is a family heirloom – a gift passed down to us, but others may not have had anyone pass down traditions or lessons, so this is a great way to try something new. We look forward to adding new members where we can continue to grow as a group and as individuals.

Wisconsin Chapter

Teri Quinn

Teri Quinn

Wisconsin President

 

I’ve been Marketing in the outdoor industry for over 12 years. Prior to working in the field, I didn’t hunt. After starting, I quickly became hooked and now I live hunting each and every day! I’ve harvested several animals over the years with various weapons. Outside of hunting, I love to fish (especially ice fishing!), hike, and forage. ADC has been a wonderful place for me to learn, experience new things, and most importantly – make friends with the most amazing group of women!

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We are a group of like-minded women with a passion for the outdoors, hunting, fishing, preservation, conservation and so much more. Mothers, sisters, wives, outdoor women; supporting each other, laughing together, and celebrating each other.

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Sponsors

Our sponsor list continues to grow because reputable companies believe in what we’re doing! Prois, ScentLok, DSG Outerwear, Wild Child Charters, Feradyne Outdoors, Forget Genetics LLC, Hooks Custom Calls, Hunters Blend Coffee, and more!

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Conservation

We offer boots on the ground for a variety of conservation efforts including, but not limited to fundraising, planting trees, habitat management, community events, clean-ups, and more.

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ADC Events

Our educational classes and events are often FREE for members and include firearms training, traditional archery courses, conservation education and more.

We also host several “fun” events for members across the US including discounted guided hunts, fishing charters, backpacking trips, hiking,

Grow with us!

2022 has brought ADC more blessings than we can even count. We have grown to over 500 Members & 15 Chapters across 35 states, which also called for expanding our Leadership team.
What does that mean? The relationships & camaraderie in our organization are blossoming every day. We have more boots on the ground than ever, contributing to habitat management, trash-clean up, planting trees & so much more. More women are volunteering their time & resources to conserving our great outdoors. Our sponsor list has grown because reputable companies BELIEVE in what we are doing! The opportunities, connections & impacts we make just keep getting better & we owe it all to the women that make up the body of ADC. Words can not express how grateful we are for all of this, & all of YOU!

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