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Jessica Wahl

July 24, 2015

As OIA’s Government Affairs Manager, Wahl promotes OIA’s recreation policy goals, focusing on securing increased funding, access and infrastructure for outdoor recreation and promoting the outdoor industry agenda in Washington, DC. She plays a key role in policy development and analysis, political engagement and grassroots organizing. Wahl comes to OIA from the Department of the Interior…

Jessica Wahl

February 3, 2015

jwahl@outdoorindustry.org
585.703.9523

Outdoor Industry Association Hires Jessica Wahl as Policy Manager for Recreation

April 10, 2013

Outdoor Industry Association® (OIA) has hired Jessica Wahl as recreation policy manager. In this role, Wahl will promote OIA’s recreation policy goals, focusing on securing increased funding and access for the national outdoor recreation system and federal public land policies that support outdoor recreation. Wahl will work from OIA’s Washington, D.C., offices, which OIA established…

OIA Hires Jessica Wahl as Policy Manager for Recreation

April 3, 2013

Outdoor Industry Association® Hires Jessica Wahl as Policy Manager for Recreation Wahl to Promote Outdoor Industry Agenda in Washington, D.C. Outdoor Industry Association® (OIA) has hired Jessica Wahl as recreation policy manager. In this role, Wahl will promote OIA’s recreation policy goals, focusing on securing increased funding and access for the national outdoor recreation system…

Trailblazers: Women’s Leadership in the Outdoor Industry

June 8, 2018

PRESENTERS: April Archer, SaraBella Fishing; Tracy Stone-Manning, National Wildlife Federation; Jessica Wahl, Outdoor Industry Association; Christy Plumer, Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership MODERATORS: Kim Reynolds, Mind Over Mountains LOCATION: Embassy Suites Denver Downtown DESCRIPTION: Join Outdoor Industry Association and a panel of women leaders from across the spectrum of the outdoor industry for a conversation about…

Finding Common Ground

June 8, 2018

PRESENTERS: Ryan Yates, American Farm Bureau; Russ Vaagen, Vaagen Timbers; Tina Schuller, Colorado Oil and Gas; Charlie Galbraith, Kilpatrick & Townsend MODERATORS: Jessica Wahl, Outdoor Industry Association LOCATION: Embassy Suites Denver Downtown DESCRIPTION: Public lands are the backbone of the outdoor recreation economy, but there are many other industries that rely on public lands and…

Public Lands: Our Industry, Our Issue, Our Fight

March 15, 2018

Why the future of the outdoor industry depends on public lands and waters “They viewed us as pushovers,” says Black Diamond Equipment founder Peter Metcalf. He is referring, of course, to Utah’s policymakers and the well-documented national monument saga that came to a head last year and eventually precipitated the Outdoor Retailer move from Salt…

Podcast: A Year of Uncertainty For Public Lands

February 21, 2018

In this episode, Deborah Williams, OIA’s managing content editor, talks with Jessica Wahl, OIA’s Government Affairs Manager about how OIA is advocating for its members at the state and federal level. Jessica works in D.C., on recreation policy, and in this interview we’ll hear the latest on what she’s working on, the response since the Trump…

Monumental Decisions

January 5, 2018

PRESENTERS: Sevag Kazanci – Co-Founder, Parks Project; Ray Rasker, PH.D.- Executive Director, Headwaters Economics; Marc Berejka- Director of Government and Community Affairs, REI; Corley Kenna- Director of Global communications and Public Relations, Patagonia; Ryan Callaghan- Director of Conservation and Public Relations, First Lite; Erin Gaines- Manager of KEEN Effect, KEEN MODERATOR: Jessica Wahl, OIA After an unprecedented…

ICYMI: National Parks Might Raise Entrance Fees To Fund Maintenance Projects

October 25, 2017

Several sources, including CNN and The Denver Post are reporting this week that The National Park Services could more-than double the per-vehicle entrance fee at many of 17 iconic parks—including Yellowstone and Zion—from $20 to as much as $70 during peak season. According to a statement by Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke: “The infrastructure of our national parks is aging…