wEstern Regional Director
Dana Lujan is the Planning and Conservation Product Line Coordinator (EV2) for Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command (NAVFAC) Marianas in Guam and has been serving in this capacity since 2017. He supports environmental planning, natural and cultural resources management for Joint Region Marianas, which includes Naval Base Guam, US Marine Corps Camp Blaz and Andersen Air Force Base.
Dana was born and raised on Guam, where he fished and hunted with family members throughout his formative years. Upon graduation from high school, he worked in the construction industry for several years while continuing to enjoy outdoor activities during his spare time. Dana decided to pursue higher education and received a B.S. in Wildlife Science from Oregon State University in 1996, focusing his studies on big game management.
Dana returned to Guam after obtaining his degree and immediately worked for the Guam Department of Agriculture’s Division of Aquatics and Wildlife Resources as a game management biologist. He then worked as Chief Conservation Officer for Andersen Air Force Base, moving to USDA Wildlife Services as a Wildlife Biologist before returning to service within DoD in his current capacity as the NAVFAC Marianas EV2. Eleven of his 24 years of work experience have been in direct support of DoD.
When not working, Dana focuses his efforts on enjoying life with his wife of 25 years and raising his 3 sons. This includes occasional travel, camping at their family beach, spear-fishing and hunting with his sons, and supporting his sons’ athletic activities. He also enjoys playing recreational basketball and softball, and cooking.