25-Oct-2010 Source: US Forest Service
Regional Forester Randy Moore is proud to welcome Jeanne Wade Evans, who will serve as Deputy Regional Forester for the National Forests in California.
Jeanne Wade Evans, Supervisor on the San Bernardino National Forest since October of 2005, will move to the regional level to oversee Fire and Aviation Management as well as State and Private Forestry. Prior to her assignments in California, she held three positions in the Forest Service Washington Office, including Policy Specialist for Fire Management (Hazardous Fuels), Deputy Director for Forest and Rangelands, and Natural Resource Specialist for Rangeland Stewardship. Wade Evans also served as a District Ranger and Range Conservationist on the Coronado National Forest in Arizona. She earned a Bachelorâ€™s Degree in Environmental Resources and Agriculture from Arizona State University in 1977.
Wade Evans replaces Jim PeÃ±a who left in August to become Associate Deputy Chief of the National Forest System in Washington, D.C.