Brady Lichtenberg currently works as the conservation programs manager with Missouri Soybeans, managing valuable projects such as the biodiversity pilot program.
Brady grew up in the small town of Montgomery City, Missouri spending as much time as possible outside hunting, fishing and playing sports. He graduated in 2016 from the University of Missouri, Columbia with a bachelor’s degree in fisheries and wildlife sciences.
Shortly after graduating, he started his career with the Missouri Department of Conservation. Throughout his 10 years there he held several positions within the Conservation Department and gained experience managing natural resources on public land. He spent most of his time as a wildlife biologist and focused on wetland habitat management. He also had working opportunities managing and restoring woodland, glade and grassland natural communities.
Brady and his wife, Kylie, reside in Columbia with their daughter Mia. In his free time, he enjoys anything that allows the three of them to spend time together.