Born and raised in Missoula, Montana, Trey was introduced to hunting and angling at a very young age. It wasn’t long after his first day hunting that he knew he wanted to pursue a career working toward the best interest of wildlife, wildlands and his shared hunting and angling tradition. Trying his best to follow in his father's boot tracks, hunting evolved from a pastime of finding adventure, outdoor relief and self-sustenance to a mechanism that encourages new hunter participation and appreciation of our natural resources from hunters and non-hunters alike.
While working towards his undergraduate degree, Trey interned for BHA for over a year and a half. Trey helped develop and presided over BHA’s first collegiate club at the University of Montana. Graduating from UM in the spring of 2017 with B.S. in resource conservation, he began working full time for BHA a few weeks later as the collegiate curriculum and outreach assistant - BHA/USFWS fellow. He now works as the conservation programs coordinator to administer programs to develop the next generation of conservation leaders with the help of BHA's grassroots leaders. When not in the office, he’s likely scheming over ways to find next season's elk.