Dr. William Bramble
Bill Bramble earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in psychology at the University of Denver and earned his doctorate in measurement, evaluation, and statistical analysis in the social sciences at the University of Chicago. A lifelong educator, Bill worked in Kentucky, Alaska, and Florida, where he observed great diversity in outdoor opportunity and wildlife management styles. Upon his return to New Mexico in 1993 to teach at UNM, Bill was disappointed to realize land access and public hunting opportunity had been significantly diminished in the intervening years. Now retired from UNM, Bill looks forward to serving with the New Mexico Wildlife Federation. He is dedicated to promoting the principles of the North American Model for Wildlife Management, promoting public access to public lands, encouraging landowners to open their lands to responsible public use, and promoting opportunities for youth to learn about and participate in outdoor activities.