Tennessee Wildlife Federation, one of the largest and oldest nonprofits dedicated to conserving the state’s wildlife and natural resources, is adding new talent to the team. This September, the Federation welcomed two new additions, development manager, Meagan Hall, and program coordinator, Dylan Owens.
Meagan Hall joined the Federation team in September 2019. Previously, Meagan worked extensively in nonprofit fundraising serving the arts and sciences. In these roles, she directed largescale fundraising campaigns and cultivated grassroots support. Meagan holds a degree from Tennessee Tech University and a certification in nonprofit fundraising from the University of Washington. A Middle Tennessee native, Meagan loves all things outdoors, especially backpacking and biking.
A previous Tennessee SCTP athlete, Dylan Owens joined the Federation in October 2019 as program coordinator. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business management from Bethel University where he also competed on the national stage for their shooting team. Prior to moving to Nashville, Dylan ran and operated the shooting sports complex, Holly Fork, in Paris, Tennessee.