Tim Wigley is Executive Vice President of Pac/West Communications
"Prior to joining Pac/West, Tim served as the president of the Oregon Forest Industries Council (OFIC) - a Salem-based, statewide trade association representing the interests of Oregon's forest products industry. He also served as West Coast Director of Corporate Communications for Georgia-Pacific Corporation where he managed all internal and external communications for wood products manufacturing facilities as well as the timber division," his biographical note states. 
Wigley led the group Project Protect, which supported the Healthy Forests bill and was run out of the offices of the American Forest Resource Council. Wigley is now the campaign director of the Save Our Species Alliance (SOSA), "which has become a prominent voice in convincing voters that change to ESA is needed." 
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Other SourceWatch resources
- "Tim Wigley", accessed March 2006.
- Paul D. Thacker, "Hidden ties: Big environmental changes backed by big industry Lobbyists and industry officials who once pushed for the president’s Healthy Forests legislation now collaborate with Rep. Pombo to alter the Endangered Species Act", Environmental Science & Technology, March 8, 2006; article available here.
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