Welcome Jeff Marszal to the Santa Fe National Forest as the new Deputy Forest Supervisor, effective June 12.
“I am excited to announce Jeffs selection as Deputy Forest Supervisor for the Santa Fe National
Forest,” said Shaun Sanchez, Santa Fe National Forest Supervisor. “Jeff brings a wealth of natural resource knowledge, leadership experience, and a passion for community engagement. I look forward to what we can accomplish with Jeff serving in his new role.”
Jeff began his Forest Service career as a National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Planner on the Ochoco National Forest in Central Oregon. Over the course of his career, he has held a variety of positions within the agency including District Ranger on the Klamath and Six Rivers Forests in California. More recently Jeff detailed as the Deputy Forest Supervisor of Gifford Pinchot National Forest in Washington and White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire. He is arriving from Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest in Washington where he served as the Natural Resources Staff Officer. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in history and philosophy, Bachelor of Science in natural resource management, and a master’s in public administration and natural resource policy.
“I am grateful and honored to serve as the Deputy Forest Supervisor of the Santa Fe National Forest. I look forward to supporting our Santa Fe National Forest team in strengthening our connections and trust with our local communities, Tribal leaders, and diverse stakeholders.”