Harling named director of Hunting Heritage Programs at NWTF

EDGEFIELD, S.C. — Becky Humphries, new CEO of the National Wild Turkey Federation, recently announced Mandy Harling as the director of Hunting Heritage Programs.

In her new role, Harling will supervise the staff and programming for hunting heritage, the NWTF Winchester Museum and education and outreach on the NWTF’s Hunting Heritage Center in Edgefield.

Since being name the acting director last year, Harling has taken the program to new levels with the integration of R3 into the NWTF’s hunting heritage programs, according to an NWTF release.

Harling has worked with the NWTF in various roles for the last 13 years, including manager of the Hunting Heritage Programs. She also served on the Development Workgroup for the National Hunting and Shooting Action Plan and was instrumental in writing the national R3 plan, which has been adopted by state wildlife agencies and other conservation organizations.

Prior to her career at the NWTF, Harling worked as a human resources representative at Fujifilm. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Winthrop University and is a fellow of the National Conservation Leadership Institute.

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