Jeff Flocken

North American Regional Director of the International Fund for Animal Welfare

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Jeffrey Flocken is the DC Office Director for the International Fund for Animal Welfare where he leads the organization’s team of legislative professionals advocating for U.S. policy initiatives on behalf of wildlife conservation and animal welfare. Before this appointment in 2007, Mr. Flocken worked for five years as an International Affairs Specialist in the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s Division of International Conservation, where he focused on international species conservation policy, outreach, and global conservation grant programs. 

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