Anthony (El Tigrero) Novack – Biographical Profile and Positions on the Issues

Previous Candidate for State Representative District 13 Position #2, Washington

Independent
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PO Box 360Roslyn, WA 98941
(509) 630-4041
Biographical
General (political statement of goals, objectives, views, philosophies)

I entered the election as a civic duty. Civic obligation led me to serve almost four years in Latin America with the Peace Corps and led my father and both grandfathers to full careers in the U.S. military. The principles of democracy are based on people making informed choices. Unfortunately, our district has recently failed to provide an elective choice for the positions of State Representative and State Senator.

I am not a politician. I am a scientist with a Master's of Science degree specializing in wildlife management.

The biggest issue to be addressed is the failure of the two parties to work collaboratively and provide effective government. Government should work proactively to develop long-term solutions and not act reactively to score

Personal (gender, age, marital status, spouse's name and age, children's name and ages, home town, current residence)

Male - 40

Married to Cynthia. Son Leopold - 2

Home Town - Born at Madigan Hospital in Ft. Lewis. Spent 13 years living in foreign countries.

Residence - Roslyn, WA

Family - Grandparents from Sunnyside and Spokane area. Regular Family reunions held near Easton. Father was career military.

Profession (professional and work experience outside politics)

WDFW Deer/Elk Conflict Specialist for Kittitas/Yakima counties - 2006 to present

Wildlife Biologist with USDA-Wildlife Services at Moffett Field and Sacramento International Airports

Wolf Biologist - Nez Perce Tribe 2003-2004

Jaguar Researcher - Paraguay and Guatemala 1999 - present

Historical Archives Researcher for a professional Treasure Hunter

Civic (past and present organizations, charities involvement)

Peace Corps Volunteer, Honduras - 1995 to 1999 The Peace Corps provided a perfect opportunity for service to my country and to the world at large. My knowledge and education was in scarce supply outside of the U.S. and Europe. Believing I could make a difference by working in a third world nation rather than at home, I finished the long application process and headed off with high ideals, aspirations, and a backpack full of books.

I served in Honduras for three and a half years where most serve for only two. During that time I, implemented and administered a mammal inventory within a national park, developed and facilitated a hunter education course, trained my counterparts in wildlife management and participatory community analysis, organized and directed a community in the construction of an aqueduct system with water coming from within the confines of the national park. My final three months, I supervised and supported 15 Peace Corps volunteers in the natural resources sector.

Political (dates and titles of previously held political offices)

Elected Experience: 1993-94 Vice President -- Florida Student Chapter of the Wildlife Society. 2001-02 Treasurer - Wildlife Graduate Student Association: Univ. of Florida

Religion (current and past religious affiliations, beliefs)

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Accomplishments (significant accomplishments, awards, achievements)

Graduate Student of the Year -- Master's research 2003

African Safari Club Scholarship: 1994 and 2000

Wildlife Society Student of the Year Award: 1994

Popular Articles

Novack, Anthony and Martin B. Main. Jaguar: Another threatened panther. 2003. Document is a fact sheet, one of a series of the Department of Wildlife Ecology & Conservation, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida. Please visit the web site at edis.ifas.ufl.edu

Novack, A. J.; 16 October, 1999. Preparation, education key to helping our fellow man. Gainesville Sun, 9A

Scientific Articles.

Novack, Anthony J. Martin B. Main, Melvin E. Sunquist, Ronald F. Labisky: Foraging ecology of jaguar (Panthera onca) and puma (Puma concolor) in hunted and non-hunted sites within the Maya Biosphere Reserve, Guatemala. Oct. 2005, Journal of Zoology.

Tom Brown's Wilderness Survival Standard Course -- New Jersey, 2000

Education (times and places of schools, colleges, major, degrees, activities, sports)

2003 Masters of Science in Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, Univ. of Florida, Thesis -- Impacts of Hunting on Jaguar and Mountain Lion in Guatemala .

1994 Bachelors of Science in Forest Resource Conservation, Univ. of Florida. Major -- Wildlife Ecology, Minor - Forestry

1992 - Associate of the Arts - University of Maryland, Munich campus. Germany

Military (branch, years of service, active duty experience, highest rank, medals, honors, type and date of discharge)

Military family member. Father was career military - stationed overseas in Germany 1984 - 1992 and Spain 1993 -1996

Immigration
Washington Immigration, a General Statement

I speak fluent Spanish as a result of working over 5 years in Guatemala, Honduras and other countries. I have first-hand experience working to alleviate poverty in these countries and, understand why individuals attempt to immigrate by any means available.

Anthony (El Tigrero) Novack (08/09/2010)

Guns
Washington Guns for Hunting and Sport

I am a dedicated sportsmen and avid deer and elk hunter.

Anthony (El Tigrero) Novack (08/09/2010)

Latinos
Latino Americans, a General Statement

I speak fluent Spanish and spent almost 4 years working to help impoverished communities in Latin America. I understand firsthand, what draws people to the United States from our southern neighbors.

Anthony (El Tigrero) Novack (08/09/2010)

Jobs
Washington Unemployment Insurance

Washington should look at the Georgia model for providing up to six weeks of benefits to workers while they are employed in another job if, that new employment involves training into a new position.

Anthony (El Tigrero) Novack (08/09/2010)

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