Emily joined CSF in September of 2019 as the Policy and Communications Coordinator, but previously served as a CSF Brad Rowse Policy Fellow in 2017. In her role, Emily carries-out communication and media relations for CSF, oversees, edits, and writes content for the website and other mediums related to sportsmen’s policy, and communicates the mission, vision and values that CSF seeks to share with audiences beyond the halls of government.
Emily earned her bachelor’s degree in multimedia journalism and minor in political science from Virginia Tech, where she served as the Media Officer for the Bass Fishing Team. She is currently pursuing her Master of Science in Strategic Communication & Public Relations from Purdue University. She is a member of the Southeastern Outdoor Press Association (SEOPA), and has also contributed content for Realtree.com, Sporting Classics Magazine, and the Virginia Department of Game & Inland Fisheries.
Growing up in Virginia, Emily is most passionate about turkey hunting in the eastern woodland, fly fishing, and creating unique fare with the wild game she harvests.
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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 (30.43%)
- I engage about once a week (43.48%)
- I engage about once a month (26.09%)
- I don’t attempt to engage individuals on the subject (0.00%)