Kerry Branon, former Communications Manager, United States

Kerry Branon

Communications Manager, United States

Kerry Branon was the former Communications Manager for the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) in the United States. With 15 years of experience promoting animal welfare and conservation and a BS in Communication and Journalism, Kerry acted as an expert at advocating for environmental protection and securing media placement for important animal and conservation stories.  Kerry produced short films on animals and the environment for ten years, including her first feature film, Huntwatch about the non-indigenous commercial seal hunt in Canada, which was distributed by Discovery and Lionsgate. Some of her favorite IFAW media moments included interviewing Jane Goodall in NYC, dancing with the Maasai in Kenya on her birthday, interviewing Cynthia Moss at her elephant camp in Amboseli National Park and visiting the orphaned elephant and rhino calves at the IFAW/WTI Wildlife Rescue Center in Northeast India.