The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership seeks a talented and strategic individual to lead an existing program designed to broaden engagement of hunters and anglers in the conservation of public lands and Western water policy and funding, and to help the organization build and cultivate an active network of Hispanic hunters and anglers. The Director will leverage existing relationships, and build new relationships, with diverse leaders in Colorado to expand hunting and fishing opportunities and conserve fish and wildlife habitat and water resources. The Director will also work cooperatively with regional and national organizations that serve people of color to create meaningful and mutually-beneficial relationships that advance shared policy goals. Additionally, the Director will

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