Terri Marceron, Chugach National Forest supervisor

Leadership & Experience

Terri Marceron brought 23 years of experience to the Chugach National Forest when she came to Alaska in 2009. Her extensive work in the varied areas of forest health and prescribed fire, restoration, and summer and winter recreation programs makes her a valuable addition to the team managing Alaska's Forests. She is known for her collaborative skills and her extensive experience in working with State and federal agencies, Tribes, and special interest groups.

Terri holds a Masters degree in public policy, outdoor recreation and environmental interpretation from the University of Washington College of Forest Resources. She began her career as a Forest Planner on the Lewis and Clark NF and has held positions as a Forest Planner and District Ranger, as well as Forest Supervisor for the Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit.

Terri enjoys working on the Chugach National Forest with the communities surrounding the forest, and with the people that live and work on the forest. She and her husband and their two dogs enjoy skiing, hiking and backpacking in the 5.4 million acre backyard they share with you.