LEXINGTON, Ky. — During its 50th annual meeting, the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA) elected Terry West, Georgia Boating Law Administrator, as president of the nonprofit organization for 2009-10, the group reported in a release. West succeeds Richard Moore, Florida’s boating law administrator.
According to the association, West began his career with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Law Enforcement Division in 1985. In December 2000, he was promoted to assistant chief of the division, becoming the state’s boating law administrator. In February 2005, he was promoted to chief of the Law Enforcement Division and is currently serving as acting assistant director of Georgia’s Wildlife Resources Division.
Other officers include:
— Vice President – Jim Graybeal, Delaware Department of Natural Resources & Environmental Control
— Treasurer – Ray Tsuneyoshi, California Department of Boating
— Member-at-Large – Herb Angell, Nebraska Game & Parks Commission
— Member-at-Large – Mike Fields, Kentucky Department of Fish & Wildlife Resources
— Member-at-Large – Kevin Bergersen, Arizona Game & Fish Department
— Immediate Past President – Capt. Richard Moore, Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission