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Bisbee’s Conservation Fund Welcomes a New Director of Development
by BFWCF Staff - May 15, 2020

Contact: Wayne Bisbee,
Jordyn Bisbee,; 512.800.0476

Bisbee’s Conservation Fund Welcomes a New Director of Development
by BFWCF Staff - May 15, 2020

The Bisbee’s Fish and Wildlife Conservation Fund announced today the addition of Jordyn Bisbee to the organization’s management team. Jordyn, a Texas resident, will serve as the Director of Development. Her duties will include communication with donors, sponsors and media. She will also handle branding, marketing and project fulfillment.

“We’re excited Jordyn is coming aboard as we embark on the new year and new opportunities,” says Fund President Wayne Bisbee who also happens to be Jordyn’s father. “during her whole life, Jordyn has grown up in a conservation minded family and I’m sure she’ll bring her philanthropy experience and her passion for serving others to our organization. As an angling and outdoor enthusiast, Jordyn will be able to instantly relate to our supporters to help us achieve our goals.”

Jordyn’s professional experience includes working for many years in the realm of pediatric and adult care in critical hospital settings. She works with both children and adults who are transitioning from intensive care units to the comfort of their own homes. She has been actively involved in charity work for a number of years. Jordyn has been hands on with numerous homeless advocacy programs, multiple service groups within her church organization and her work with youth programs include Street Youth Ministry and No Kid Hungry. Her philanthropic network and heart for service will be beneficial in advancing the Fund’s efforts.

In her spare time Jordyn enjoys traveling with her husband and three children, hiking, scuba diving and being outdoors. In addition, she has been an avid angler fishing alongside her father since she was able to cast a rod.

“I’ve always been passionate about conservation, the animal kingdom, and the natural environments they inhabit," Jordyn says. "It is my goal to make a difference and help ensure our children's children can enjoy nature the way see it today. I welcome the challenge and I look forward to working with all the Fund’s supporters.”

Jordyn can be reached at 512-800-0476 or email:

The Bisbee’s Fish and Wildlife Conservation Fund is currently involved with multiple campaigns, including Project: Save the Rhino in South Africa, where their Nkwe Tactical Training Academy turns raw recruits into fully certified and licensed operational Field Rangers to fight the world’s rhino poaching epidemic. The revolutionary Project iTAG which incorporates radio frequency identification (RFID) chips into the traditional 50+ year old fish tags bringing fisheries sciences into the 21st century. They have also established a scholarship program for exotic wildlife management and marine sciences research candidates.