The headquarters office, located in Boise, is organized into the Directors Office, comprising the executive team, and bureaus representing Department functions: Administration, Fisheries, Wildlife, Law Enforcement, Communications, Human Resources, Information Systems and Engineering. Each bureau is responsible for direction and consistency for programs implemented in the regions by regional staff.
Deputy Director - Programs and Policy
Sharon Kiefer has worked in wildlife management for 26 years and has worked for Idaho Fish and Game for 24 of those years, holding various management positions, including inter-governmental policy coordinator and anadromous fishery manager.
Kiefer holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Stephen F. Austin University and a Master of Science degree from Texas State University.
Virgil Moore was appointed director in March of 2011. He has 40 years of experience in wildlife management, 37 years with Idaho Fish and Game.
Moore has held numerous executive management positions within Idaho Fish and Game, including fisheries bureau chief, information and education bureau chief and various management positions within the fisheries bureau.
Moore holds a Bachelor of Science degree in biology and education from Northwest Missouri State University and a Master of Science degree in zoology from Idaho State University.
Deputy Director - Operations
Ed Schriever has worked for the Idaho Department of Fish and Game for 31 years, starting as a fish culturist and moving up through the ranks, serving seven years as the Clearwater Region's Fisheries Manager before becoming Fisheries Bureau Chief in 2008.
Ed holds a B.S. in Fisheries Science from Oregon State University.
Deputy Attorney General: Kathleen Trever
Deputy Attorney General: James Stoll
Bureau Chief: Michael Pearson
Resource Officer: Gina Hodge
Bureau Chief: Mike Keckler
Bureau Chief: Mike Maffey
Bureau Chief: Bob Ross
Bureau Chief: Greg Wooten
Bureau Chief: Jim Fredericks
Bureau Chief: Scott Reinecker