Chris Susilovich, a Shreveport, Louisiana native, is an avid sportsman. Chris spent most of his childhood hunting and fishing throughout Texas and Louisiana. His passion for land stewardship and sporting endeavors led him to pursue a bachelor degree in Environmental Science and masters in Environmental Planning and Resource Management.
After 10 years of industry experience and expertise, Chris was named executive director of the Houston Safari Club. His passion and vision for the conservation movement is evident by his many accomplishments. As an expert outdoor communicator, Chris has been featured on several outdoor television programs, radio shows, and in both print and online mediums for countless outlets.
Chris has dedicated his life, both personally and professionally, to preserving the sporting heritage and to the sustainability of the very precious resources held so dear to sportsmen. He is proudly associated with numerous conservation organizations and professional organizations including Houston Safari Club, Dallas Safari Club, Wild Sheep Association, Texas State Rifle Association, Safari Club International, Texas Wildlife Association, Exotic Wildlife Association, National Rifle Association, Coastal Conservation Association, Texas Parks & Wildlife’s Operation Game Thief, Quail Unlimited, and the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. He also served two three-year terms on the Texas Outdoor Partner’s Steering Committee.
Chris resides on the Texas border in Greenwood, LA with his wife, Sarah and son, Charlie. In his spare time he enjoys hunting, fishing, sporting clays, and spending quality time with family and friends. Additionally, Chris is a BBQ enthusiast, certified judge, and occasional competitor. He enjoys volunteering with organizations such as the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo/Ranching & Wildlife Committee, Teen and Family Services, Chapelwood UMC Men’s Life, Combat Marine Outdoors, and Sky High for St. Jude’s Children Hospital.