Ellen Shaw takes helm as acting forest supervisor of San Bernardino National Forest

Ellen Shaw is the acting forest supervisor of the San Bernardino National Forest, taking the helm from Jody Noiron, who retired recently. Valley News/Courtesy photo
SAN BERNARDINO – Employees on the San Bernardino National Forest welcomed Ellen Shaw as the new acting forest supervisor recently. She is replacing Jody Noiron, who retired after nearly 38 years with the U.S. Forest Service. Shaw’s role in managing the forest and employees will continue into the spring as the agency searches for a permanent forest supervisor. Shaw is currently the deputy director of the Forest Service’s National Partnership Office. She has served in acting positions as a district ranger on the San Juan National Forest, deputy forest supervisor on the Monongahela National Forest, National Forest System chief of staff, director for policy and data analysis in the Work Environment and Performance Office and director of the National Partnership Office. Before joini
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