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JH Wildlife Foundation chooses new executive director
JACKSON HOLE, WYO – The Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation board of directors tapped Cory Hatch as their new executive director to replace Leigh Work.
Hatch moves from his position as wildlands director at the Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance, a job he held since June 2012. Before that, Hatch was the environmental reporter for six years at the News&Guide. The science journalist moved to Jackson in 2006.
“We are thrilled to be able to appoint Cory as the new executive director for the Foundation,” Bob Kopp, president of the Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation said in a prepared statement. “Cory brings a unique and welcome set of skills and established relationships in the community to our organization.”
Hatch will start November 4.