A PREMIERE EXECUTIVE-TRAINING PROGRAM has recognized Wyoming Outdoor Council Director Laurie Milford, along with five other graduates, as an exceptional leader in the field of environmental conservation.
Milford was featured in the Institute for Conservation Leadership’s 20th anniversary publication. She was picked from among 20 years of graduates of the Institute’s executive director leadership program.
“In this special [report], we have chosen to chronicle our work through the voices of some of the most exemplary leaders with whom we have had the honor to share the journey,” Scott Schang, the ICL Board Chair, wrote in the introduction.
Building on more than 15 years of experience working in the nonprofit and education sectors, Milford completed the Institute’s executive director program in 2008. She has been the executive director of the Wyoming Outdoor Council for four years.
“The training I received continues to help me lead the Wyoming Outdoor Council and its twelve staff who are working to make Wyoming a better place for future generations,” Milford said. “It’s a great honor to be recognized by the ICL.”