About Colleen Sculley
Colleen Sculley has served as Chief of the North Atlantic-Appalachian Region's Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration (WSFR) Program since October 2014 and has worked in the program since 2002. She previously served as program chief for the Lands and Development Section of WSFR. During her time with WSFR, Sculley has administered a diverse array of grants focused on conservation of at-risk species on private lands, technical assistance for fish and wildlife conservation, and restoration and protection of fish and wildlife habitat.
Prior to coming to WSFR, Sculley worked as an endangered species biologist and habitat conservation plan coordinator at the Service's Ventura Fish and Wildlife Office in California. She holds a master's degree from the University of Michigan’s School of Natural Resources and Environment Program, and a bachelor's degree in biology from Dickinson College. Sculley lives in Gill, Massachusetts with her husband and two children.
Since 1937, WSFR has worked with States, insular areas and the District of Columbia to conserve, protect, and enhance fish, wildlife, their habitats, and the hunting, sport fishing and recreational boating opportunities they provide. This federal/state partnership and associated contributions of sportsmen and sportswomen has resulted in significant fish and wildlife benefits and an impressive and lasting conservation legacy for our country.