David King currently serves as President of the South Metro Pheasants Forever Chapter #816 in Denver, Colorado. His current focus is to apply his rich business background to supporting this conservation minded non-profit organization. As a life-long outdoorsman, conservationist, hunter, and fisherman he welcomed the opportunity to give back and help an organization focused on wildlife habitat and conservation education.
Matt Nee, the Vice President of the South Metro Chapter of Pheasants Forever, is a Financial Advisor with Edward Jones and holds a Finance degree from the University of New Mexico. Matt has three bird dogs, is an avid hunter and fisherman and is passionate about conservation. He believes that it is extremely important to conserve our wildlife and public lands for generations to come. Matt served in the United States Coast Guard who also plays a giant role in protecting our natural resources.
Stephen Altizer is a lawyer, a retired Army officer, and a new upland bird hunter. He went pheasant hunting for the first time in South Dakota in 2017 with his Uncle and was immediately hooked. Stephen believes it is important to preserve such traditions and opportunities for the future through conservation, education and outreach. Because of his agricultural background, he really wants to educate all on the mutually-beneficial relationship between hunters and farmers. Stephen is getting his first bird dog this summer, an Epagneul Breton, and is really excited to learn and grow in the sport with his pup.
Assistant Banquet Chair
Ross Freedman is a business professional working in the Denver area. Over the last 12 years, his focus has been on the payments marketplace. Ross has a passion for the outdoors, and a love for upland bird hunting. He has two boys that he hopes will continue to develop the same enthusiasm for both hunting and fishing. Ross has an undergraduate degree from Pepperdine University, as well as a Masters of Business Administration from Babson College.
Dean is a shopping center manager who splits his volunteer time between public education reform and Pheasants Forever goals of habitat restoration and No Child Left Indoors. Dean believes perseverance and common sense are the best virtues that one can bring to any endeavor.
Dean has been a charter school founder, a founding Board Member of the Charter School Institute and currently serves on the State Review Panel. He serves on the CPW Partners in the Outdoors organizing committee. He served in the U.S. Marine Corps. Dean has a B.A. in Business from Augustana College, Rock Island, Il
Co-Education Outreach Chair
Colorado native, Tony Dymek, has more than 30 years of hunting and fishing experience. Mentoring the next generation has been a passion of his. From his son and daughter to his wife and the new people he meets, teaching the next generation about conservation is his goal.
Co-Education Outreach Chair
Michelle Seubert, Park Ranger, Park Manager at Barr Lake State Park, Colorado Parks and Wildlife believes it is important to encourage and educate people about the importance of getting outdoors.. Michelle has had the privilege to work in the Colorado State Parks system for 30 years starting her career at Cherry Creek State Park as a Seasonal Employee.