Richard Stump
Chair
Appointed at-large

Attention: Richard Stump
1 Wildlife Way,
Santa Fe, NM 87507 

richard.stump@dgf.nm.gov

Richard Stump is a multi-generational native New Mexican who is passionate about hunting, fishing, and the outdoors. In full support of the hunting way of life, a connection to ranching and recognition of the needs to balance the interests of a wide variety of land users, Richard Stump recognizes the important role the Game Commission has in the future of wildlife conservation. As an avid hunter and angler, he is well versed in hunting laws and regulations. He is a professional contemporary western silver and gold jeweler who draws his inspiration from wildlife and western culture. He has raised, trained, and sold performance horses and whose family has long historical ties in New Mexico to sheep and cattle ranching.

Sharon Salazar Hickey
Vice-Chair
District 4:  Santa Fe, Taos, Colfax, Union, Mora, Harding, Quay, San Miguel, Guadalupe and Torrance counties

Attention: Sharon Salazar Hickey
1 Wildlife Way,
Santa Fe, NM 87507

Sharon.Hickey@dgf.nm.gov

Sharon Salazar Hickey serves as a Program Manager for the Associate Laboratory Director for Environment, Safety, Health, Quality, Safeguards and Security at the Los Alamos National Laboratory. Leading the Office of Institutional Policy, she has extensive experience in policies and procedures, government contracts, employment law and alternative dispute and conflict resolution. Receiving her Juris Doctorate degree from California Western School of Law, Salazar Hickey is a member of the New Mexico State Bar. She has also served on the New Mexico Youth Conservation Corps Commission since 2012. As an avid outdoor enthusiast, Salazar Hickey loves spending time hiking, biking and snowshoeing.

Tirzio Lopez

District 3: San Juan, McKinley, Cibola, Valencia, Sandoval, Los Alamos and Rio Arriba counties;

Attention: Tirzio Lopez
1 Wildlife Way,
Santa Fe, NM 87507

Tirzio.Lopez@dgf.nm.gov

Tirzio Lopez currently works for the United States Government as a security professional. Lopez previously worked as a park ranger for New Mexico State Parks, the National Park Service, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the State of New Mexico. He was a member of the Chama Valley Independent School District School Board until 2019. He is active in the organized labor movement, where he has served as President of the Northern New Mexico Central Labor Council; as an executive officer for the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees; and he currently sits on the Executive Board of the University Professional and Technical Employees Local 1663. Lopez earned two degrees in criminal justice from New Mexico State University. Lopez runs a small farm and enjoys hunting and fishing throughout the State of New Mexico and was raised to be a steward for the land and its wildlife – as Aldo Leopold did.

Gregg Fulfer
District 1: Curry, De Baca, Roosevelt, Chaves, Lincoln, Otero, Eddy and Lea counties

Attention: Gregg Fulfer
1 Wildlife Way,
Santa Fe, NM 87507

Gregg.Fulfer@dgf.nm.gov

Dr. Sabrina Pack
District 2: Catron, Socorro, Grant, Hidalgo, Luna, Sierra and Dona Ana counties

Attention: Dr. Sabrina Pack
1 Wildlife Way,
Santa Fe, NM 87507 

sabrina.pack@dgf.nm.gov

Dr. Sabrina Pack is a lifelong resident of Grant County, with ties to ranching in the area, and has a passion for the outdoors and wildlife. She holds a Doctor of Business Administration with a specialty in Management. She is an executive board member of the New Mexico Broadcasters Association, board member of the Silver City Grant County Chamber of Commerce, a member of the Grant County Prospectors, and serves on the Southern New Mexico Advisory Council (RAC). She is a marketing professional, serves as the Chief Operating Officer of SkyWest Media, and is an associate professor at WNMU. 

Edward Garcia
District 5:  Bernalillo county 

Attention: Edward Garcia
1 Wildlife Way,
Santa Fe, NM 87507 

Edward.Garcia@dgf.nm.gov 

Fernando Clemente Jr.
Appointed at-large 

Attention: Fernando Clemente Jr.
1 Wildlife Way,
Santa Fe, NM 87507 

Fernando.Clemente@dgf.nm.gov 

Fernando Clemente Jr. is a wildlife biologist with over 20 years of expertise and experience across multiple branches of natural resource management. He has owned and operated New Mexico Specialized Wildlife Services since 2012, served as a professor at La Universidad Autónoma de Chihuahua since 2021, and has served as president of the Sunland Park Chamber of Commerce since 2019. He is also president of the Board of Directors for La Clinica de Familia. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Wildlife Biology and Management from New Mexico State University and has served as a Hunter Education Instructor for over 15 years in both New Mexico and Mexico.