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U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

Mountain-Prairie Region | Office of External Affairs | 134 Union Blvd, Suite 400 | Lakewood, CO 80228
(303) 236-7905 | (303) 236-3815 FAX

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Anna Munoz

Assistant Regional Director

(303) 236-4510


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Roya Mogadam

Deputy Assistant Regional Director/
Legislative Affairs Specialist

(303) 236-4572

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Nick Asfaha

Public Affairs Specialist

Internal Communications, Diversity and Inclusion

(303) 236-4578

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Melissa Castiano

Native American Liaison

(303) 236-9898

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Brynn Garner

Public Affairs Intern

Storytelling, Field in Five Photos

(910) 617-5370

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Mikaela Oles

Public Affairs Specialist

Fisheries and Aquatic Conservation,
Social Media, Visual Design, Photography

(303) 236-0345

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Denise Sanchez

Public Affairs Assistant

(303) 236-2985

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Allison Stewart

Public Affairs Specialist

Ecological Services, WSFR,
Migratory Birds and Science Applications

(303) 236-4588

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Christina Stone

Public Affairs Specialist

Climate Change, Digital Communications,

(303) 236-4267

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Jess Sutt

Public Affairs Specialist

National Wildlife Refuge System, Office of Law Enforcement, Partners for Fish and Wildlife

(239) 238-3621

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Joe Szuszwalak

Public Affairs Specialist

Ecological Services (including grizzly bears and wolves), Grassland ecosystem

(303) 236-4336

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The mission of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is working with Others to conserve, protect, and enhance fish, wildlife, plants and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the American People.
Last modified: April 13, 2021
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