Haley McKey

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Communications Associate
hmckey@defenders.org

Haley McKeyHaley McKey graduated from the University of Virginia with a degree in biology in 2011.  She joined the Defenders team in 2012 after working for the US Fish and Wildlife Service.  As a communications associate, her beat areas include Defenders’ Florida and Alaska offices, climate change, right whales, sea turtles and government appropriations.

 


 

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