Jamie Clift Rager is a Public Relations Specialist for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. With a B.A. in Political Science and History from Longwood University in her native Virginia and a Master's in Public Administration from Florida State University, she brings a unique and politically-savvy perspective and strong writing and editing skills to public-sector communications.
From web content development to policy analysis, Jamie is always ready to tackle new projects and learn new things. She's passionate about local, state, and federal politics and committed to finding creative and innovative ways to promote wildlife conservation sustainable environmental policy in the Sunshine State.
Jamie is also interested in international development and is an avid traveler. She spent a semester in Spain during her sophomore year in college, developing a love for Spanish language, culture, and food. She recently served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Paraguay, where she taught English to tourism professionals at a remote UNESCO world heritage site and worked with middle school students to create artwork out of recycled materials. She is fluent in Spanish and enjoys practicing her second language at Spanish language meetup events on the weekends.
In her free time, Jamie enjoys spending time with her husband, Branden, and her rough collie, Rosa, listening to NPR, and exploring North Florida's beautiful natural areas.