From this story on Oregonlive.com:
When it comes to the outdoors, Greg Wolley has been everywhere you can imagine, defying many stereotypes about African-Americans and wildlife. "They say Black people don't bike, hike, etc.," he says. "Students of color are not seeing images of people in natural resources that look like them -- they don't have role models." On May 21, Wolley became the first African American to serve on the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Commission (ODFW).