Meet Our Staff

Steve Wolff, General Manager

Steve Wolff became General Manager of the Southwestern Water Conservation District in June 2021. Prior to this position, Steve served as the Interstate Streams Division Administrator in the Wyoming State Engineer’s Office. The Interstate Streams Division provides primary oversight for Wyoming’s rights and responsibilities relative to the seven interstate water compacts and three interstate water decrees the State is signatory to. Before his time at the Wyoming State Engineer’s Office, Steve worked for the Wyoming Game & Fish Department serving as Manager for the Aquatic Habitat and Water Management Group. Steve has a B.S in Fisheries Biology and an M.S. in Water Resources/Hydrology, both from the University of Wyoming. He also did additional graduate study at Virginia Tech University in Public Administration and Policy of Natural Resources. Steve was born and raised in Los Alamos, New Mexico and spent his youth camping, backpacking and fishing in northern New Mexico and southwestern Colorado. Steve and wife Teresa enjoy spending time with their six adult kids and partners, doing most anything outdoors.

Mo Rock, Programs Coordinator

Monika Rock (Mo) accepted her position as Programs Coordinator of the Southwestern Water Conservation District in February 2023. Mo recently rediscovered her passion for water but is an experienced Program Coordinator and advocate for the environment. Prior to her position she served as a Program Coordinator for Conservation Legacy, helping young adults fulfil their passion working for the National Park Service and other agencies through year-long internships. Mo also has served with the NASA DEVELOP – helping connect various stakeholders with processed satellite data and scientific narratives. Other steps in Mo’s career have included working for Teton County Weed and Pest in Jackson, Wyoming as a crew lead and working for Aquatic Life Divers in Kona, Hawaii as an Administrative Assistant. Prior to obtaining a double major at Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Montana in Environmental Management & Policy and Environmental Science, Mo grew up in Entiat, Washington – a small mountain town in the Cascade Mountains. She lived along the Entiat River, spending large portions of her childhood swimming, snorkeling with Salmon, and collecting river rocks. Entiat (originally Entiqua) translates to rapid water – and much like the salmon that would spawn in the Entiat Valley, returning to the place of ‘rapid water’, Mo is excited to help conserve a resource that feels a lot like home.