Petsch joins WACD
The Wyoming Association of Conservation Districts (WACD) recently welcomed Hunter Petsch of Meriden as the association’s new executive director.
“We are pleased to announce the board’s selection of Hunter Petsch as the association’s new executive director, effective Aug. 1,” said WACD President Todd Heward.
Petsch grew up on her family’s ranch in southeast Wyoming. Following her graduation from Burns High School, Petsch attended Laramie County Community College and then graduated from the University of Wyoming with a bachelor’s degree in agriculture business.
Petsch currently serves as deputy director of the Associated General Contractors of Wyoming, where she assists in association management, legislative issues, policy work and marketing and membership services.
In 2019, Petsch served as an intern with the Wyoming Association of Conservation Districts and Wyoming Natural Resource Foundation and is pleased to join the association full-time.
“I am humbled and honored to serve as the new executive director for the Wyoming Association of Conservation Districts and the Wyoming Natural Resource Foundation,” Petsch said. “I am so excited to serve the members and advocate to advance conservation efforts in the beautiful state of Wyoming.”