A portrait of Joey Kahn.

Joey Kahn

Western Water Communications Manager

As the Western Water Communications Manager, Joey Kahn leads Audubon’s Colorado River and Saline Lake communications strategies. Based in Phoenix, Joey works across the West to tell stories of how an increasingly arid climate affects people and birds.

Joey joins Audubon most recently from the San Francisco Recreation & Park Department, where he served as a media and policy manager. In this role, he led a campaign to rebrand Dolores Park as a Leave No Trace public space. Prior to that, Joey was a producer and editor for WTOP Radio, the all-news radio station in Washington, D.C.  Joey holds a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism from Northwestern University and a Master’s Degree from Johns Hopkins University.

Joey's favorite bird is the Blue-and-yellow Macaw.

Contact

jkahn@audubon.org
480.788.2416

Articles by Joey Kahn

Outdoor Recreation Along Arizona’s Waterways is a $13.5 Billion Industry, Ranked Higher than Golf and Mining, New Report Says
Western Rivers Action Network

Outdoor Recreation Along Arizona’s Waterways is a $13.5 Billion Industry, Ranked Higher than Golf and Mining, New Report Says

— The study also indicates 114,000 jobs supported by recreation along state’s rivers, lakes, and streams.
Audubon Arizona and Partners Selected for Water Public Art Challenge
News

Audubon Arizona and Partners Selected for Water Public Art Challenge

— Arizona Community Foundation will grant $50,000 for the project.
Mayor Williams Declares 2018 the Year of the Bird in Phoenix
Western Rivers Action Network

Mayor Williams Declares 2018 the Year of the Bird in Phoenix

— Phoenix, named for a mythical bird, is home to hundreds of real bird species