Kevin Hall is an Arizona native who was born in Yuma and moved to Prescott in 1966, where he currently resides. Having been raised to hunt and fish, the outdoors has always been a big part of his life. He passed down his love of the outdoors to his only daughter Katie, who also loves to hunt and fish. For the last 5 years, Kevin has hosted a Youth Dear Hunting Camp to teach youths various hunting and outdoor skills.
Kevin first started working with wildlife conservation groups in 1992. He served as Chairman of Prescott and Flagstaff chapters of the RMEF, served as Chairman for the MDF in Prescott and is currently the Chairman of Region 3 of the AMDO. It was here he was exposed to the benefits of wildlife fundraising. These contributions allowed him to take part in various work projects over the years such as; water solar conversions, dirt tank cleanouts, new water development, fence constructions and removals, tree planting, and hauling water during drought conditions to improve wildlife and their habitat.
Kevin is excited to serve on the board of the AMDO. He hopes to continue his passion by working as a team to continue to improve the habitat for the wildlife in the great state of Arizona.