The Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) is pleased to announce Kara Hartman as the newest addition to the CSF States Program Team this week. Kara joins CSF as the Mid-Atlantic States Coordinator, assisting CSF’s Northeastern States Director in Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.
Prior to joining the CSF staff, Kara worked for the Pennsylvania Game Commission as a wildlife biologist aide conducting research on white-tailed deer mortality rates, and spent considerable time volunteering for hunting organizations in her home state. Kara holds a Bachelor of Science degree in environmental science and a professional writing minor from Bloomsburg University.
On joining CSF, Hartman said, “Growing up in a small town in Pennsylvania, hunting and fishing have been a significant part of my life, and over the years have turned into a passion. I am ecstatic to be a part of the CSF team and I look forward to working within the Mid-Atlantic region to advance the interests of my fellow sportsmen and women.”
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