Jamie Lyons is the Respected Access in Arizona.
Jamie has been with the Department for seven years and oversees the Department Volunteer Program. Department volunteers serve approximately 90,000 hours of volunteer service annually, supporting wildlife conservation, education, youth programs, research, and shooting sports. She enjoys influencing positive change and implementing projects and programs that support the Departments mission; To conserve Arizona’s diverse wildlife resources and manage for safe, compatible outdoor recreation opportunities for current and future generations.
Jamie also takes a leadership role in coordinating some of the Department fundraising events. Currently, she’s coordinating the Respected Access Arizona Fundraising event with Tread Lightly to support Arizona clean-up efforts and promote education, which helps protect access to Arizona public lands.