Melinda Gable, having served the Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation, for the past 10 years, recently left the organization in order to launch C2IT Strategies, a consulting company to serve as a resource to the outdoor industry, allied industry and hunting and fishing community.

“Melinda has been a great force at CSF and is leaving a legacy that will have a positive impact on sportsmen forever,” said the Honorable Dick Schulze, Founder of the Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus.

“We are very grateful for Melinda’s years of service to members of the sportsmen’s community and appreciate her dedication and leadership at CSF,” said CSF President Jeff Crane. “She had a big role in making CSF a leader on sportsmen’s issues in the policy arena at both the state and federal level, and we wish her the best as she moves forward with her new endeavor.”

During Melinda’s five year tenure as President, CSF expanded the organization’s partner base to include the nation’s leading outdoor industries and hunting and fishing organizations, launched the National Assembly of Sportsmen’s Caucuses, tripled revenues, purchased a headquarters building on Capitol Hill and grew the staff from three full-time employees to nine.

“I am extremely proud to have been an integral part of CSF’s evolution into one of the most respected and trusted organizations advancing the sportsmen’s agenda in the political arena,” said Gable. From my first day at CSF, I have been blessed to work with highly talented co-workers, board of directors and elected officials, who have done more to secure the future of hunting and fishing than most sportsmen will ever know.”

Gable served the organization in a number of roles including Director of Marketing and Membership, President and Chief Operating Officer…