Fishing's Future's Board of Directors
Shane Wilson (Founder) has spent the last twenty years in public education working with at-risk populations and their families. Shane recognized the need for stronger parental involvement, and over the years, an ever-increasing need for kids to simply get outside and play.
Scott Boruff is the Deputy Executive Director for Operations at the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. He holds a Master’s Degree in Education from the University of Texas, and is a Fellow of the LBJ Law School Dispute Resolution Center.
Shannon Drawe is a professional photographer and writer who spends a lot of time covering fishing and events related to fishing throughout Texas. He graduated from the University of North Texas with a degree in photojournalism and has been a professional photographer since 1987.
Catarino “Cat” Lopez is the owner of Machete Creative and a grizzled advertising veteran with 20 years experience working on numerous blue chip General Market and Hispanic accounts. He oversees all marketing for Fishing’s Future and ensures that the mission and values of the brand are adhered to rigorously.Catarino Lopez
Michael Carter is the Accountant for the Point Isabel Independent School District. He is in charge of overseeing the School District’s $45 Million budget and all accounting and reporting. This includes working directly with State and Federal Agencies that require rigorous reporting and accountability. Carter works closely with the Auditing firm that performs the audit of the required Comprehensive Annual Financial Report.
Christiana Dijkman (Chrissy) was born in the Netherlands and lived in several countries as a child including Germany, Belgium, Libya, and Venezuela before settling in the US for high school. Chrissy attended Texas A & M University and obtained her law degree from the University of Houston (J.D., magna cum laude with honors, 1992).
Paul Trevino, a native South Texan, brings a diverse mix of business and public service. While having attended the University of Texas Pan American in Edinburg, Texas he was hired in the manufacturing sector for a NAFTA-based twin-plant corporation servicing both the U.S and Mexico. During this time, Paul’s public service was primarily focused in sports as a Youth Soccer Coach with the U.S Soccer Federation in the early 1990’s.