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environmental executive

William Martin Metz, American environmental executive. Achievements include research on natural area for endangered species protection. Recipient Environmental Quality award, Strategic Air Command, 1989, Federal Employee of the Year award, Cheyenne Federal Executive Council, 1989, Natural Resource Conservation award, Strategic Air Command, 1986, Special Achievement award, Bureau Land Management, 1984.

Background

Metz, William Martin was born on December 5, 1955 in New York City.

Education

Bachelor in Anthropology, Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 1978. Master of Arts in Anthroplogy, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana, 1986.

Career

Assistant district manager, Powers Elevation Company, Casper, Wyoming, 1982;district manager, Powers Elevation Company, Casper, Wyoming, 1982-1983;archaeologist, Bureau Land Management, Casper, Wyoming, 1983-1984;archaeologist/paelontology program manager, Bureau Land Management, Cheyenne, Wyoming, 1984-1985;archaeologist/natural resources manager, United States Air Force-Forest Engineer Warran Air Force Base, Cheyenne, 1985-1986;chief environmental and contract planning, United States Air Force-Forest Engineer Warran Air Force Base, Cheyenne, 1986-1989;chief environmental management, United States Air Force-Forest Engineer Warran Air Force Base, Cheyenne, since 1989. Lecturer Forest Engineer Warren Air Force Base, since 1985. Consultant United States Air Force Headquarters, Washington, 1991.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research on natural area for endangered species protection.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional jurs.

Membership

Chairman Cheyene Board Historic Preservation, since 1989. Volunteer Old West Museum, Cheyenne, since 1991. Member American Society Agronomy (division A-2 chairman elect since 1991), National Military Fish and Wildlife Society, Pi Gamma Mu, Lambda Alpha.

Connections

Son of william Albert and Anna May (Olsen) M.