Jeremy Romero

Growing up in northern New Mexico and coming from a long lineage of ranchers and public land users, Jeremy gained his appreciation for the outdoors at an early age. Jeremy channeled his passion for the outdoors into wildlife conservation and now serves as the Regional Connectivity Cooridinator for the National Wildlife Federation and New Mexico Wildlife Federations. In this role, Jeremy works with local communities, tribes, sportsmen, traditional land users, faith communities and federal and state agencies to protect wildlife connectivity and ensure the conservation of Southwest’s land, water, wildlife, and cultures for future generations. Through dynamic presentations and on the ground organizing, Jeremy’s work has focused on reconnecting youth and communities with the outdoors, working to protect wildlife corridors across New Mexico and Colorado and fighting to support programs like the Land Water Conservation Fund and our National Monuments. Jeremy is a passionate public land advocate and outdoorsman with a B.S. from New Mexico State University and is currently pursuing his M.S. in Fish, Wildlife Conservation Biology from Colorado State University. Jeremy grew up Roman Catholic.