Executive Director, National Association of Conservation Law Enforcement Chiefs
Randy Stark started his career with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources as a field conservation warden. In 2003, he was appointed as Wisconsin’s Chief Conservation Warden, responsible for the overall supervision, management and administration of the conservation and environmental law enforcement programs in the State of Wisconsin. He coordinates with the United States Fish and Wildlife Service and U.S. State Department’s Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement on the International Conservation Chiefs Academy (ICCA), a multi-year project designed to strengthen global law enforcement relationships and transnational coordination in service of combating illegal wildlife trafficking. He is an adaptive leadership instructor at the ICCA, as well as the National Conservation Law Enforcement Leadership Academy and the National Conservation Leadership Institute.