Randy Stark recently retired as Wisconsin’s Chief Conservation Warden. In this capacity, he was responsible for the overall supervision, management and administration of the conservation and environmental enforcement programs in the State of Wisconsin. He was born and raised in Superior, Wisconsin. He attended the University of Wisconsin-Superior between 1980-1983, majoring in Biology. From May 1997 through March 2002, he pursued a Bachelors degree from Concordia University in Management of Criminal Justice. He is a 1995 graduate of the Northwestern University School of Police Staff and Command. In September 2003, he graduated from the FBI National Academy (214th Session). In 2006, he attended the inaugural class of the National Conservation Leadership Institute. He served as Vice-President of the National Conservation Leadership Institute Alumni Association from 2007-2009. Since 2007, he has served the President of the National Association of Conservation Law Enforcement Chiefs (NACLEC). Randy resides in Oregon, WI with his wife of 28 years, Sandy, who manages a veterinary clinic, and his 21 year old son Ryan who is working on getting his gold medal in dressage riding. He enjoys hunting, fishing, canoe camping, hiking and learning history.