Dunlap joined the Delta Waterfowl Board in spring of 2021. He is president of Moffat Dunlap Real Estate and maintains farms and wildlife properties in Ontario, Georgia and Florida.

Previously, Dunlap worked as a management consultant with the Boston Consulting Group in Toronto, Paris and New York. He holds an MBA from Northwestern University (Illinois) and bachelor of commerce from Queen’s University (Ontario).

A number of private and non-profit boards benefit from Dunlap’s association. He’s a director of Southlake Regional Health Centre, a governor of St. Andrew’s College, a trustee of the Pebble Hill Foundation and an advisory board member of The Dunlap Institute at the University of Toronto. He is also a past president of the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair, the world’s largest indoor agricultural and equestrian exposition.

Dunlap was introduced to hunting at an early age by his grandmother, the noted conservationist, Louise Ireland Humphrey. Today, he considers himself fortunate to share the enjoyment of the outdoors with his wife and three children.

Of his appointment to the Delta Waterfowl Board, he said, “It is a privilege to be able to help support Delta in its work to improve the science of conservation and enhancement of waterfowl populations across North America.”