Kessinger Named Conservation Federation of Missouri Communications Specialist

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Jefferson City, MO | September 23, 2014 –  Emma Kessinger has joined the Conservation Federation of Missouri (CFM) as a communications specialist. In this role, Kessinger creates content for Missouri Wildlife, administers social media and serves as the chief media relations representative of CFM.

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“Communication is vital to the success of any organization. Having Emma on the CFM team means we will stay in front of our audiences. Our members will remain informed of what is taking place at the Federation in a timely manner, and our social media fans will appreciate fresh, relevant content. Emma is important to the future success of CFM,” said Brandon Butler, CFM executive director.

Kessinger is originally from St. Louis, but currently lives in Columbia. She graduated from the University of Missouri in May of 2014 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism. Her emphasis in photojournalism instilled an appreciation for storytelling that she hopes to incorporate into the organization.

“I have lived in Missouri my whole life, so issues concerning the state are always near and dear to my heart. Because of this, I am excited to begin working with the Federation and assisting in the protection of our state’s precious natural resources,” said Kessinger. “I look forward to expanding my knowledge of conservation, as well as enjoying new adventures that will come while doing so.”

If you have questions, comments or even ideas for stories about conservation around Missouri, contact Emma Kessinger at or (573) 634-2322.

To learn more about the Conservation Federation of Missouri, visit 


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