PHOENIX — The Arizona Game and Fish Department was informed today that Governor Doug Ducey has appointed Marsha Petrie Sue, an Arizona business woman and avid outdoorswoman, to the Arizona Game and Fish Commission. Marsha will replace Kurt Davis on the Commission.
Marsha is a longtime hunter and angler, dedicating nearly 25 years to wildlife conservation. She is an Arizona Antelope Foundation Life Member, Arizona Deer Association volunteer, Arizona Desert Bighorn Sheep Society conservationist, and past Women’s Outdoor Media Association Chair. She also serves on the NRA Women’s Leadership Forum Executive Committee. InBusiness Magazine recognized Marsha as a 2022 Woman of Achievement. She has received the Margie Herndon Conservation Award and the Daughters of the American Revolution Community Service Award.
“Thank you to Governor Ducey for this honor and opportunity. As a conservationist, my goal is to continue hands-on work for our beautiful state and its wildlife. Bringing all groups and entities together through open communication and helping continue the amazing work being done by the Game and Fish Commission and department will be the focus I have. I look forward to working with my fellow commissioners,” said Marsha.
Marsha has called Arizona home for more than 32 years. She is a retired Corporate Executive who founded Communicating Results. She is currently a professional speaker, author, and executive coach. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree from California State University at Long Beach and her Master of Business Administration from the University of Phoenix. She and her husband, Al Sue, reside in Scottsdale.