The North American Sturgeon and Paddlefish Society (NASPS) is the North American affiliate of the World Sturgeon Conservation Society. We are dedicated to promoting the conservation and restoration of sturgeon species in North America by developing and advancing research pertaining to their biology, management, and utilization. 


Governing Board Executive Committee:

President - James Crossman, BC Hydro, Castlegar, BC, Canada

Vice President - Andrea Schreier, University of California, Davis, CA, USA

Treasurer - Stephania BoldenNOAA Fisheries, St.Petersburg, FL, USA

Secretary - Gary Anderson, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Past President - Molly Webb, USFWS, Bozeman, MT USA


Governing Board Members At Large:

Cam Barth-North/South Consultants, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Laura Heronimus-Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Ridgefield, WA, USA

Ryan Koenigs-Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Oshkosh, WI, USA

Ken Lepla-Idaho Power Company, Boise, ID, USA

Jason Schooley-Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Miami, OK, USA

Gayle Zydlewski-University of Maine, Orono, ME, USA

Cortney Bunch (NASPS Student Subunit President)-University of Georgia, Athens, GA, USA


Foundation Committee:

Peter Allen, Mississippi
Ronald Bruch, Wisconsin
Serge Doroshov, California
Gordon Edmondson, British Columbia
Gary Fitch, Oregon
Dewayne Fox, Delaware
Christopher Guy, Montana
Tim Haxton, Ontario
Larry Hildebrand, British Columbia
Boyd Kynard, Massachusetts
Dave Lane, British Columbia
Mike Randall, Florida
Ken Sulak, Florida
Don Tillapaugh, British Columbia
Molly Webb, Montana