Media Resources

Media Contacts

If you are a member of the news media, please email or contact a member of the National Wildlife Federation's Communications team for more information. For general information requests, please call our main number at 1-800-822-9919.

Mike Saccone
Vice President of Communications
National Advocacy Center // Washington, DC
202-797-6634 //

Meshal DeSantis
(National Campaigns, Congress, Energy Policy, Offshore Wind)
Director of Communications
National Advocacy Center // Washington, DC
202-797-6606 //
For marketing pitches, please contact directly via email.

Lacey McCormick
(Wildlife Policy, Water Policy, Climate)
Senior Manager, Regional Communications
South Central Regional Center // Austin, TX
512-610-7765 //

Maria Luisa Rossel
(National campaigns, Spanish-language communications)
Press Secretary
National Advocacy Center // Washington, DC
202-494-4021 //

Mary Jo Brooks
(Public Lands)
Communications Manager
Rocky Mountain Regional Center // Denver, CO
303-441-5144 //

Cait Fallon
(Education Programs, Tribal Partnerships)
Senior Communications Coordinator 
National Advocacy Center // Denver, CO
303-441-5167 //

Anna Marie Zorn
(Great Lakes)
Communications Manager
Great Lakes Regional Center // Ann Arbor, MI
734-887-7136 //

Emily Guidry Schatzel
(Gulf Coast Restoration, Mississippi River Delta Restoration)
Senior Communications Manager
South Central Regional Center // New Orleans, LA
225-253-9781 //

Mandela van Eeden
(NWF Outdoors, National Sporting Issues)
Communications Coordinator
Rocky Mountain Regional Center
303-441-5170 //

David Mizejewski
Naturalist and Media Spokesperson
Headquarters // Reston, VA
703-438-6499 // //

Jonathan Seefeldt
(Water & Coastal Issues)
Senior Communications Manager
Austin, TX
512-610-7781 //

Jacqueline Koch 
(Columbia River, Pacific Northwest)
Northern Rockies, Prairies and Pacific Region
206-687-8546 //


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