Hello, my name is Hunter Grover, and I am from Charleston, South Carolina. I am an alumni of Presbyterian College where I was a student-athlete that majored in Biology with a minor in environmental science. My favorite hobbies include hunting, fishing, hiking, and giving baseball lessons to children. I found out about the Gary Dietrich Wildlife Management Apprentice Program through the Texas A&M job site. I wish to obtain the knowledge of running a plantation or hunting camp in order to succeed in Habitat Management. I personally hope to end up in the Midwest somewhere either managing or working as an assistant manager in order to help a private ranch or plantation.
Macie Elliott is from Andrews, South Carolina and graduated from Horry Georgetown Technical College with an association in Wildlife Management/Forestry Management. She enjoys hunting, fishing, and spending time with her family. Her end goal is to return home and manage a plantation in Georgetown county.
Tangie McFee grew up in Latta, South Carolina, where she spent most of her time hunting and fishing. She graduated from Clemson University with a Bachelor of Science in Wildlife and Fisheries Biology. While at Clemson, Tangie was involved with numerous extracurricular clubs and was on the traveling Shotgun Team. Tangie’s goal from this apprenticeship is to gain the knowledge and skills it takes to manage a plantation in Georgetown, with an emphasis on Northern Bobwhite Quail.
Mac Anderson grew up in Cheraw, South Carolina. He attended Winthrop University and majored in Biology with a minor in Chemistry. This past summer, Mac was a shooting instructor for Camp Woodie before joining the Gary Dietrich Wildlife Management Apprentice Program. His favorite thing to do is deer hunt, especially with a bow.