Angie was honored at the National Wildlife Federation’s yearly conference, which provides an opportunity for women from across the Federation’s 50 state and territory affiliates and NWF staff to exchange insights as conservation leaders.
This year the National Wildlife Federation recognized Angie’s exemplary leadership and celebrated her achievements in protecting our communities, water, landscapes, and wildlife.
WV Rivers is proud to serve as the West Virginia Affiliate of the National Wildlife Federation, you can
read more about our partnership with NWF here.
You, too, are honored through this recognition. West Virginia’s clean water advocates have rallied to change the playing field for clean water in the Mountain State. There is so much work to be done, and you make it possible. Thanks to all of you!
From all of us at WV Rivers, congratulations Angie. It's very well deserved!