Director of Communications
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Kristyn Brady joined the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership as media relations director and became the organization’s director of communications in 2015.
Previously, Brady spent six years on the editorial staff of Field & Stream magazine, where she most recently served as assistant editor. During her tenure, she was responsible for identifying and highlighting nearly 100 extraordinary volunteers working to improve fish and wildlife habitat at the grassroots level through the magazine’s Heroes of Conservation program. In 2011, she helped launch Hero for a Day, an online video series created to showcase local conservation projects across the country.
Brady studied dance growing up on the South Shore of Massachusetts and received her bachelor’s degree from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pennsylvania. She is fortunate to have had wonderful mentors in the outdoors as an adult onset sportswoman and currently enjoys fly fishing, target shooting, archery, and drinking coffee in a turkey blind. Her freelance writing appears occasionally in Dance Magazine.