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The Union Sportsmen’s Alliance (USA) Board of Directors has tapped Walter Ingram to fill the position of chief executive officer and executive director. Ingram has been with the USA since 2012, serving as the labor conservation organization’s director of union relations. During that time, he has led the growth of the USA’s conservation dinner program, and both developed and strengthened its relationship with endemic partners and unions across the country.
USA Chairman of the Board Kinsey Robinson (Roofers) announced Ingram’s new role at the alliance: “Through this organizational transition and beyond, the USA will continue to charge forward in fulfilling our mission as we work together with members and partners like you to improve public access to the outdoors, enhance wildlife habitats, restore America’s parks, and provide opportunities for youth and adults to engage in the great outdoors.”