Board of Directors
Stacey was raised in Massachusetts. He has been hunting and fishing since he was a small boy. Growing up he learned the importance of conservation and self-sufficiency. He has shared these traditions, and his knowledge of the outdoors, with his wife and their 3 children. He respects outdoor women and feels that the outdoors is everyone's domain. He believes that everyone can benefit from outdoor adventures. We need to teach our next generation the importance of conservation & preservation.
Born and raised in Arkansas
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Phyllis Pettiford is a Massachusetts resident. Phyllis spent most her childhood outside camping, fishing, and gardening-she continues to enjoy these activities, while expanding to new adventures in the outdoors. Phyllis become a CNA at age 18, after caring for her sick grandmother she wanted to go into a field to help others. Phyllis Homeschooled her daughter, Heaven, for 2 years introducing her to teaching and connecting her to community programs. Phyllis began hunting in 2017 with her husband. She soon noticed a need for women to have a safe place to post their outdoor adventures and connect with other woman sharing their passion. She Created a Facebook group “Women of the Outdoors”, which has inspired many to create their own outdoor adventure, encouraged them to share without judgment, and enabled woman less experienced ask questions in a comfortable environment. The group of women’s struggles as well as her own, inspired Phyllis to start up a nonprofit organization to empower women and help them to prosper in the outdoors. She strives to educate women and youth the importance of conservation and preservation, as well as safety preparation for outdoor recreation.