A longtime CEMML employee has received one of Colorado State University’s 2022 Outstanding Achievement Awards for her service at Fort McCoy in Wisconsin. Each year, six State Classified employees are recognized. 

Julie Steinhoff has been a key part of CEMML’s Natural Resources team at Fort McCoy since 2008. She serves as the “face” of the Natural Resource Branch, fielding questions about recreation on Fort McCoy; providing information about state regulations for hunting, fishing, and trapping; and supporting base personnel and civilians who recreate on the installation. She also manages the permit sales program, which sells more than 12,000 permits each year for hunting, fishing, trapping, and firewood cutting. Julie’s accomplishments include converting Fort McCoy’s permit sales to an online platform and helping customers learn how to use it. She consistently provides excellent service, says her supervisor at CEMML, Nathan Tucker, who nominated her for the award. “She goes above and beyond to make sure customers leave with a satisfying answer and a smile on their face,” Nathan said. “She has received numerous positive comments from customers, who use words such as ‘outstanding,’ ‘amazing,’ and ‘above and beyond’ to compliment her services.” 

Congratulations, Julie, and thank you for the great work you do on behalf of CEMML and Colorado State University.

To read the full list of CSU’s award recipients, CLICK HERE.