Welcome new POMA members. We’re proud to have you in the family.
Castle Rock, Colorado
Bio: Chris Dorsey has been called the ‘brand father’ of outdoor television having helped create and launch 56 series across numerous national outdoor networks through his company Dorsey Pictures founded 20 years ago. He’s also created nearly an equal number of popular mainstream television series and specials on scores of networks including History Channel, Discovery, National Geographic, Nat Geo Wild, HGTV, DIY, Travel, Oxygen, ESPN, NBC Sports, Oxygen, Spike and many others. He’s also hosted nearly 400 episodes of outdoor programs–including Sporting Classics with Chris Dorsey currently airing on the Outdoor Channel–and is among the world’s most widely traveled hunters having taken all 29 North American big game species, the Deadly Seven of Africa, the spiral horns of Africa and the turkey World Slam. He’s the author of 12 books on outdoor and natural history subjects and his work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, National Geographic, Newsweek, The Robb Report and most of the outdoor periodicals in the English speaking world. He’s also a columnist for Forbes, covering a wide range of topics including politics, public policy, conservation, and the outdoor industry.
St Peters, Missouri
Bio: Hunting, fishing, and underwater video producer
Bio: Formerly Bugle magazine’s hunting editor for 15 years, I am currently a full-time freelance writer as well as a consultant copywriter and editor with the Boone & Crockett Club. Recent (2021) freelance publication credits include Outdoorlife.com, Hook & Barrel magazine, Montana Outdoors, Fair Chase, Bugle, National Wildlife Refuges: A Hunting a Fishing Perspective (Congressional report for TRCP), Randy Newberg’s E-guide to elk hunting.
Bio: Rachelle Schrute is an accomplished writer, content creator, and guide with years of experience in the outdoor industry. She specializes in hunting, fishing, and wildlife conservation content. She is typically found on a mountain, in the river, or somewhere in between. Rachelle’s most accomplished works have proudly been created at her field desk, far from the confines of walls. From gear testing and reviews to editorial and feature pieces, she brings a humorous and relatable tone to her content, while delivering engaging and personable pieces. When not playing in the field, she can either be found guiding people through the National Parks of Montana or dancing under the moon at a bluegrass music festival. As for flaws, she is still battling the ever-present, post-punctuation, double space.
Bio: Born and raised in Oregon, I grew up with a passion for the wild spaces! Hunting and fishing are a couple of my biggest passions. I also enjoy being in these wild places with my camera. The art of trying to capture a moment that creates an emotion or causes one to pause and reflect; that is something I truly love and enjoy pursuing. I am also a marine corps veteran who served in Afghanistan on two separate tours of duty. My goal is simply to impact others positively and instill savagery in the relentless pursuit of chasing your passions!
Greer, South Carolina
Bio: I’m southern and have the manners, drawl and pocket knife to prove it. Historically, my work has been in the corporate / editorial world with an emphasis on portraiture & storytelling. Lately, my lens has turned to my personal passions for hunting and fishing and am working on making that the centerpiece of my business.
Bio: Brennan James Berglund, freshman in college with a major in marketing. Joined the UM Bass Fishing Team. Last year the team won School of the year which was a national accolade. I came from a small town in central Minnesota, as well as a few other anglers from the team. I recently started a youtube account and will continue to post and update is I create more and more content.
Bio: Blair Erickson has developed strong social media marketing and customer service skills through his position as an assistant social media and baitshop manager at a successful convenience store, Johnson’s Portside, in Minnesota; a seasonal position. Erickson was raised in Brainerd, Minnesota where he developed his passion for bass fishing and content creation. In his time at Portside, he’s been able to grow the business’ FaceBook and Instagram following along with providing customers knowledge they can trust while fishing. Erickson is currently pursuing a Minor in Marketing at the University of Montevallo, AL, as well as a Major in Computer Science to follow his aspirations of working in the fishing outdoor industry.
ASSOCIATE industry professional
Manchester, New Hampshire
Bio: Retired Military/National Security Contractor. Current Full time digital media creator/comedian.
Virginia Beach, Virginia
About us: iSportsman is a fully automated, online outdoor recreational management software-as-a-service used to cost-effectively and efficiently registers users, sell permits, provide area check-in/out, collect user-surveyed data and more for the benefit of operating natural resource- and outdoor-based recreational programs.
About us: Slayer Calls is home to the high-quality game calls hunters have been waiting for. Every call is made in America and backed by the Slayer Promise with a 100% lifetime warranty. Slayer’s duck, goose and elk calls have unbeatable sound, unparalleled quality and unmatched customer service, earning 5-star ratings from scores of happy hunters. Slayer isn’t just obsessed with the sport of hunting — we’re committed to conservation and preservation by giving 10% of every purchase to worthy organizations. Come and slay a while. Mission: – Sharing our obsession with hunting- Conserving wetlands- Preserving public access.
Roeslein Alternative Energy
Saint Louis, Missouri
About us: At Roeslein Alternative Energy, our mission is to help individual landowners and society as a whole collaboratively discover and implement alternative biomass and energy solutions. This mission will be accomplished in both ecologically and economically sustainable ways to protect and restore our environment and ecosystems.
Houston Safari Club Foundation
About us: Houston Safari Club Foundation (HSCF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to preserve the sport of hunting through education, conservation and the promotion of our hunting heritage.