Pam Repp | Board Member
Pam is a former Refuge Manager of Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge who retired in December 2022. Initially drawn to the amazing wildlife of Midway Atoll, she states that one of the most memorable experiences in her career was meeting two veterans of the Battle of Midway at the 80th commemoration ceremony. During her two years managing Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge and Battle of Midway National Memorial, Pam gained a passion for improving and sustaining the unique historical, cultural, and biological features of the atoll as well as a deep understanding of the challenges involved in doing so.
Pam’s 37-year career included managing old-growth forests and endangered species in the Pacific North West, overseeing the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Project, addressing interstate and tribal water allocations in the Truckee River, working with wind energy developers to avoid or minimize impacts to birds and bats in the interior west, and culminating her career “on the ground” at Midway Atoll. Pam received her Bachelors of Science degree in Fisheries and Wildlife Management from Humboldt State University. She joined the FOMA Board in 2024.