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Adam Bowman joined Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership in 2018. His past work experience includes championing independent films through marketing and PR, presiding over a non-profit preschool, producing local news, and producing and directing independent films. However, his real passion lies in the outdoors, and he looks forward to championing our public lands and outdoor recreation opportunities.
Bowman was born in Wyoming and spent most of his formative youth in Idaho. He has a Bachelor’s degree in visual arts media from U.C. San Diego and a Master’s in journalism and mass communications from the University of Kansas. His family members are the proud owners of a historic ranch in Wyoming that is dedicated to being good stewards of the land and wildlife of the Big Horn Basin. Whenever possible, Bowman can be found running trails, hunting elk, or skiing with his family.