Brendan joined the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) in July of 2020 and currently serves as the Development and Events Assistant. Before his start as a full-time employee, Brendan served as a CSF Brad Rowse Policy Fellow during his time at Loyola University Maryland where he graduated from in May of 2020 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Global Studies and a concentration in Conflict, Justice and Human Rights.
Coming from Massachusetts and a family of former tuna fishermen, Brendan grew up fishing and spending most of his time on the ocean. He found a passion for wildlife conservation when studying abroad in Eleuthera, Bahamas analyzing the effects of microplastics on native fish species and fighting the invasive Lionfish population.
In his free time Brendan enjoys volunteer firefighting in Lutherville, Maryland, along with fishing and hunting. Brendan particularly enjoys pheasant hunting in the wintertime and hog hunting year-round.
Your opinion counts
Much of the non-hunting public have little to no understanding of the contributions that sportsmen and women play in funding conservation nationwide. Approximately, how often do you find yourself engaging with an individual with the intent of educating them to the role that sportsmen and women play in conservation?Vote Here
- I engage on an almost daily basis (29.63%)
- I engage about once a week (44.44%)
- I engage about once a month (22.22%)
- I don’t attempt to engage individuals on the subject (3.70%)