Sue Kerver

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About Sue Kerver

Sue Kerver is an avid fly fisherwoman and instructor, and outdoor enthusiast, living in Montana and working remotely for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Headquarters Office of Communications. She has a Master of Business Administration from The Citadel in Charleston, S.C. and a Master of Arts in Mass Communications, Journalism and Public Relations from the University of Georgia. Sue spent time in Areka, Ethiopia, teaching sustainable development practices while serving as a Peace Corps Volunteer, and over a decade in the U.S. Coast Guard, where she focused on maritime conservation, search and rescue, crisis communications and law enforcement. In her current role as the HQ Public Affairs Specialist focused on infrastructure programs, Sue is dedicated to promoting the importance of protecting wildlife, habitats, and ecosystems and helping folks develop a conservation-focused appreciation for nature. 

Areas of expertise
Bipartisan Infrastructure Law
Inflation Reduction Act
Great American Outdoors Act