Kevin is the Western Field Associate for the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership, where he works on a daily basis to guarantee all Americans quality places to hunt and fish. He is also active in the Montana chapter of Backcountry Hunters and Anglers.
“My greatest passion is hunting and fishing. Yet I also tend to vote for the left. And I was a vegetarian for years. And for three quarters of my life, I wasn’t a hunter, but rather a trail runner, backpacker, mountain climber, or what some would call a non-consumptive user. I wasn’t raised hunting, but suffer from adult-onset hunting.
“All of this results in a young man who can be quite persuasive and relatable when it comes to hunting and fishing and their place in today’s society from an economic, historical, and conservational standpoint. I’m not your average sportsmen, and I think that’s a good thing when it comes to engaging the 90% of Americans who don’t hunt or fish. I can see where they’re coming from and tell them my story.”
Kevin is a member of the 2017 Emerging Leaders Program.