Join us in welcoming our newest James Hubbard Intern for Policy and Communications, Kiera Quigley, to the NASF team!
Kiera will be assisting the association with its advocacy and outreach efforts this summer. A native to the greater metropolitan area of Detroit, she has just finished her second year at Michigan State University where she is pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in fisheries and wildlife with a concentration in conservation biology and a minor in environmental and sustainability studies.
Kiera is enjoying her very first Washington, D.C., experience as a participant in the William A. Demmer Scholars Program led by Mark Rey, a former USDA undersecretary.
This summer, Kiera will be contributing to NASF’s social media platforms and reporting on congressional hearings. Kiera is particularly interested in helping state forestry agencies promote conservation of natural lands and vital wildlife habitat through active forest management. Kiera is a passionate environmentalist, outdoorswoman, and animal-lover.