Anja is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the center, including administrative, financial, human resources, fundraising, legal, public relations and marketing.

Anja has multiple years of experience co-running a non-profit as a Director for United Way, as well as various years of management and communications experience. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing as well as her Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of West Florida.

Ms. Conley was educated in South Dakota and came to Texas in 1989.

Ms. Conley has been with TWRC for 7 years after serving as Vice President for Friends of Texas Wildlife.  Ms. Conley has had a lifelong passion for wildlife and wildlife education.  She is a Texas permitted wildlife rehabilitator, and has successfully rehabilitated and released numerous animals.

Ms. Conley has held several positions in Public Relations, Media Management, Marketing and Communications and currently owns and serves as President of KYBY Radio in Magnolia.

Ms. Conley is very active in her community and has been recognized by the Keep Montgomery County Beautiful organization for her activism. She actively campaigned to make the placement of bandit signs by companies along our roadways illegal and a State law was eventually passed. Additionally she played an important role in making bow-hunting illegal in certain subdivisions within Montgomery County.

Ms. Gresko graduated from Ohio University with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology.

Ms. Gresko began volunteering for TWRC in 2007 and is a State-permitted rehabilitator. Jeannie joined the TWRC Board in 2010 as Media Coordinator and served as Interim President for 3 years.

In Jeannie’s professional career, she was employed as a pre-school and kindergarten teacher, camp counselor, and YMCA Summer Day Camp Director. After completing licensing requirements and industry training courses, Jeannie spent 11 years in the Insurance business in Ohio, Virginia and Texas. She was also an active volunteer in the music ministry and youth ministry at her local parish churches for more than 30 years, serving in 3 countries.

Ms. Gresko was also involved in charity work and volunteerism in Jakarta, Indonesia.  In her 9 years there, she was involved in, and performed with, The American Women’s Association (AWA), AWA Singers and Jakarta Players Community Theater. Ms. Gresko served as a Board Member of Jakarta Players and volunteered as a teacher at a local Indonesian school.

Ms. Buck received a B.S. in Business Administration with focuses in Finance and Economics from Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania, where she was active in student leadership and economics research.

Prior to moving to Texas in 2015, Ms. Buck lived in her hometown of Kennebunkport, Maine where she enjoyed a wide range of outdoor activities, from summer kayaking to winter snowboarding.

Ms. Buck is a finance professional currently working in P&L Management at HP Inc, Her previous job experience includes Sales Reporting and Revenue Recognition roles. She joined TWRC as a way to be closer to the great outdoors and brings to the Board a passion for wildlife paired with business acumen.