Conservation Federation of Missouri Hires Rehan Nana as Deputy Director

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Jefferson City, MO | June 5, 2014 – The Conservation Federation of Missouri (CFM) recently hired Rehan Nana as the organizations Deputy Director. Nanas responsibilities with CFM include coordinated fundraising programs, coordination of the CFM annual convention, implementing regional conservation events, and serving as a staff liaison to CFM committees.

“Missouri is home to abundant natural resources and an outdoor heritage which is second to none, so I am proud to be charged with the responsibility of safeguarding these resources and traditions for the next generation of Missourians,” said Nana. “It is truly an honor to be part of the Conservation Federation of Missouri, and I look forward to the great things that we will accomplish for Missouri’s outdoors.”

CFM is Missouri’s largest and most representative conservation organization, with more than 80 affiliated organizations and with over 1 million affiliated members located throughout the state. Founded in 1935 as a citizen’s organization, CFM is dedicated to protecting and enhancing the state’s outdoor resources and heritage. CFM is the Missouri affiliate of the National Wildlife Federation.

“CFM is dedicated to promoting and protecting the natural resources of our state. Rehan Nana is going to ensure we are effective in pursuit of our mission. Rehan’s conservation organization experience, vast network of industry professionals and personal passion for the outdoors make him the ideal individual to serve as Deputy Director of CFM,” saidBrandon Butler, Executive Director of the Conservation Federation of Missouri.

Nana is a Kansas City native. He is returning home to Missouri from Minneapolis, where he spent the last three years as Public Relations Specialist for Pheasants Forever (PF) and Quail Forever (QF). He holds a bachelor’s degree in International Business with emphases in Spanish and Economics from the University of Denver. In his free time, Nana trains his red setter for upland hunting, and he is in the process of restoring his family farm in Northwest Missouri for upland wildlife.

To learn more about the Conservation Federation of Missouri, please visit To contact Rehan Nana for questions, please email him or call (573) 634-2322.


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