Leadership

Board of Directors


Sandy Froman, President

Harvard-educated attorney, former law professor, past president of the National Rifle Association, and former president of Wildlife for Tomorrow (a non-profit foundation supporting the Arizona Game & Fish Department’s conservation and education efforts), Sandy Froman has done much for the cause of wildlife conservation and the shooting sports. Sandy grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area suburbs but never camped, hunted or fished as a child. Yet somehow the die was cast. While her grade school classmates were flying balsa wood kites, she crafted bows and arrows from the wood and honed her archery skills hunting tomatoes in her mother’s garden. It was there she learned her first hunting lesson–you eat what you hunt. Sandy received her undergraduate degree in economics with honors from Stanford University and her juris doctor degree from Harvard Law School. As a long time director and the current President of Mzuri Wildlife Foundation, Sandy believes the Foundation’s work is vital to preserving America’s hunting heritage which, in turn, ensures sustainable wild habitat and healthy animal populations.  She has seen firsthand the economic benefits of managed big game hunting in the US and abroad. Having herself been introduced to hunting by a female mentor, Sandy works to grow the number of women participating in the shooting and hunting sports. Sandy lives in the saguaro-studded mountains north of Tucson, Arizona among visiting scorpions, rattlesnakes, javelina, whitetails, bobcats, and an occasional mountain lion, some of which have tried to hunt her.

Cyndi Flannigan, Vice President

Cynthia “Cyndi” Flannigan is the Executive Director of the Youth Shooting Sports Alliance. Over the past 40 plus years, Cyndi has held many positions within the shooting sports industry. Her love of the sport focuses her attention and commitment to its future. Cyndi has been dedicated to and involved in the preservation and protection of our natural resources for most of her life. She views Mzuri Wildlife Foundation as a conduit for her life-long conservation efforts. When discussing Mzuri, she states that she is “proud to be associated with such a dedicated group of professionals.”

Glennon T. Ginko

Glennon T. Gingo – Secretary

Glennon has been a broker in the Hawaii commercial real estate industry for more than a decade. He also serves as a consultant for aquatics training programs including SCUBA diving instruction, freediving, lifeguarding, and first aid. Glennon has served as a volunteer with many ‎community-based organizations and is dedicated to firearm safety and education. An avid outdoorsman, Glennon has hunted and fished for most of his life. He strongly believes that conservation and hunting go hand-in-hand with protecting our natural resources. He is dedicated to engaging youth in the out-of-doors and ensuring that future generations have the same opportunities that he has had.

M. Kevin Destruel

M. Kevin Destruel is co-owner of Mead Clark Lumber Company, a third-generation family-owned business in Sonoma County, where he has worked since graduating from UC Berkeley. His dedication to wildlife conservation results from his love of the outdoors and his passion for hunting. “I just wanted to see more put back in than was ever taken out,” he explains. Kevin’s godfather, Jim Codding, was the first president of Mzuri Wildlife Foundation. Kevin has continued this legacy, serving multiple terms as the Foundation’s board president. Kevin was recently selected as the 2020 Steven E. Nelson Sportsman of the Year, an award which recognizes a lifetime of achievement in international hunting and conservation. He and his wife, Karen, share a home in Texas.

John A. Kamps

John is CEO and owner of Kamps Propane. He attended Georgia Institute of Technology before founding his company in 1969. John grew up hunting pheasant, duck and deer with his father in California. His love of hunting has taken him to every continent where he has seen first-hand the many issues that local community members face in their daily lives. He joined Mzuri to make a difference in the best way possible. In his words, “I’ve been involved in Mzuri for many years because of the hands-on projects they support. They have been very involved in African anti-poaching efforts as well as programs that teach agricultural skills to local villagers. They train youth in outdoor activities involving wildlife, fun and the shooting sports. There just aren’t many organizations like Mzuri.” John is also active with Safari Club International, Ducks Unlimited and the National Rifle Association. He and his wife, Jillian, live in Stockton, California.

Suzanne J. Edwards

A regular student of Gunsite Academy in Arizona, she knows firsthand how empowering it is to learn how to safely handle guns and be able to protect oneself should the need arise. A life member of the NRA, she is a member of the NRA Ring of Freedom and the NRA Women’s Leadership Forum Council as well as the CA Rifle and Pistol Association. She and her husband Hammond Edwards are members of Wing & Barrel in Sonoma, where they shoot sporting clays regularly.


“Thank you for supporting us to go on iThemba Trust’s Adventure Camp. I learnt many skills. The most fun part was when we went hiking on the mountains, going through rivers, making fire by using nature materials. I really enjoyed the camp.”

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