|Oregon Director of Fish and Wildlife|
|August 3, 2007 - Present|
|Years in position||6|
|Elections and appointments|
|Appointed||August 3, 2007|
|Appointed by||State Fish and Wildlife Commission|
|Master's||Rutgers University (1982)|
|J.D.||Lewis and Clark College Northwest School of Law|
Elicker began his career with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife in 1993 as a Watershed Health Program Coordinator. He subsequently served as Fish Screening Program Manager, Fish Division Deputy Administrator, Legislative Coordinator, and Deputy Director for Fish and Wildlife Programs.
- Master’s Degree, wildlife biology, Rutgers University, 1982
- Environmental law degree, Lewis and Clark College Northwest School of Law
Oregon Director of Fish and Wildlife (2007-present)
Elicker was appointed as Oregon Director of Fish and Wildlife by the State Fish and Wildlife Commission on August 3, 2007. Commission Chair Marla Rae stated, “Roy earned this appointment. He earned it by his commitment, passion and loyalty to the department, its mission and its employees.”
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