Jeff has been the Glacier National Park Superintendent since August of 2013. His first visit to Glacier NP was in 1988 where he spent two weeks on the Red Bench Fire in the North Fork of the Flathead. Jeff is a graduate of Carleton College in Minnesota and attended the University of Michigan for graduate school in geology.
Much of Jeff’s 31 years with the National Park Service has been in Alaska where he began as a seasonal ranger at Glacier Bay National Park, served numerous assignments, and later in his career he served as the superintendent of Kenai Fjords National Park and acting superintendent at Denali National Park and Preserve. In 2001 served as the 12th Bevinetto Fellow in Washington DC before beginning his career as a superintendent at Florissant Fossil Beds NM.
Jeff and his family live in Whitefish, Montana where they enjoy winter sports and a few off-season activities such a hiking and biking.
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