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Cassidy Joins Wildlife Forever Board
12/9/2013
Credit:
Wildlife Forever press release
Michael Cassidy, North American Media Group (NAMG) has joined the Board of Directors of Wildlife Forever, a national nonprofit conservation organization. Mr. Cassidy brings outstanding skills in media, both print and television plus 30-years of sales and marketing experience in the fishing and outdoor recreation industry.

According to Douglas Grann, Wildlife Forever’s, President & CEO “Michael has a strong conservation ethic. He understands the legacy of hunting and fishing and sees the value of conserving America’s natural resources for future generations. He will be a valued asset for Wildlife Forever’s future growth.”

Michael Cassidy is the current Chairman of the Board of the Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation (RBFF). His has been on RBFF’s board of directors since 2007. Prior to joining NAMG, Cassidy was with The Walt Disney Company as their Senior Director of Sales and Sponsorship for ESPN Outdoors and the BASS franchise.

He also has proudly served as a delegate representing the United States at the CIC International Council for Game and Wildlife Conservation, and sits on the board of directors for the Bonefish and Tarpon Trust. Cassidy graduated from St. Thomas University with a M.P.S. master’s degree in professional studies executive management and a bachelor’s degree in organizational leadership. He lives in Widermere, FL.

“I am honored to serve! I look forward to working with Wildlife Forever,” said Cassidy. “I look forward to working for conservation and giving back to the great outdoors.”

Wildlife Forever’s signature programs include Stop Aquatic Hitchhikers!, educating anglers, hunters, boaters and all recreational users to stop the spread of invasive species and the State-Fish Art® Contest, a nationwide competition teaching students aquatic education through the arts.

About Wildlife Forever:
Wildlife Forever has been working to conserve America’s fish and wildlife heritage for over 25 years. Wildlife Forever’s mission is to conserve America's wildlife heritage through conservation education, preservation of habitat and management of fish and wildlife. As the nonprofit conservation arm of the North American Hunting Club and North American Fishing Club, Wildlife Forever represents the conservation interests of more than 1 million members.
Learn more at: www.WildlifeForever.org