Sabrina Pack and Richard Stump Appointed to New Mexico Game Commission


The New Mexico Legislature created a three-member State Game Commission in 1921. The commission eventually became a seven-member citizens’ body that sets hunting and fishing regulations, hires the Department of Game and Fish director, oversees spending of a more than $35 million annual budget, and sets the department’s overall direction.

Commission members are appointed to up to four-year terms by the governor and confirmed by the State Senate. Not more than four members can be from the same political party. Five of the members represent different geographical areas of the state. The other two members are appointed “at large.” At least one member of the commission shall represent agricultural interests and one member represent conservation interests.

Thursday, Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham appointed Sabrina Pack and Robert Stump to the New Mexico State Game Commission.

Sabrina Pack is a lifelong resident of Grant County and has strong ties to ranching in the area. 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, and a member of the Grant County Prospectors. She is a marketing professional and serves as the Chief Operating Officer of SkyWest Media.

Richard Stump is a lifelong New Mexican whose family has deep roots in the state. He is an avid hunter, fisher and conservationist. He has been a guide for more than 40 years and currently serves as hunting director at Trout Stalker Ranch in Chama. He is also a professional jeweler.

Their terms end in March 2025.

Pack and Stump join Senator Gregory Fulfer, Tirzio Lopez, Sharon Salazar Hickey, Edward Garcia, and Fernando Clemente, Jr.

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