With a love for living this lifestyle and sharing her passion for hunting, Sereena is honored to be a part of the outdoor hunting community. As a huntress she is dedicated to uplifting and helping other ladies get into hunting through the multiple non-profits and organizations that she is involved with. “Individually we are weak, but together we are strong.”
Sereena currently resides in Central Oregon with her husband, also an avid outdoorsman and their two kids. Their days off and vacations are spent hunting, prepping to hunt and enjoying the great outdoors. She enjoys showing their 4 year old daughter and 5 year old son the hunting way. She is an avid bowhunter who enjoys to hunt elk, mule deer, Northern California blacktail, waterfowl, upland birds and predators. As a hunter and conservationist, she believes predator management is important because without predator management herd numbers decrease and in turn hunter's success rates decrease which provides less food for our families. This is one reason Sereena is an executive board member and event chair for the Oregon Outdoor Council, Oregon’s only 100% political advocacy organization for the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation.
As a hunter she is dedicated to having the most successful hunt possible. She puts in the work, the time and the effort to do what it takes to be successful. If she’s not hunting, teaching hunters education or working as a volunteer instructor at the NW Ladies Hunting Camp you can find her working on her all natural camo face paint company Nature’s Paint, a healthy alternative to face paint for hunters.
Hunting isn’t just a way of life for me, it’s a big part of who I am and what I was born to do!”