The U.S. Sportsmen's Alliance (USSA) announces three staff changes at its National Headquarters in Columbus, OH.

Senior Vice President, Rick Story, 56, has announced his retirement after 28 years of service. He was USSA's longest-serving executive. As Senior Vice-President, he focused on fundraising and communications projects.

Story plans on remaining in his long-time home of Pickerington, OH.

Evan Heusinkveld has been promoted to Director of State Services. State Services is a division within USSA's Government Affairs department which oversees all state legislative issues. His duties include facilitating all state legislative efforts across the U.S., coordinating programs with all 50 state wildlife agencies, and overseeing all fundraising programs within Ohio.

Heusinkveld, a Minnesota native, has been with the USSA since 2007. He is a graduate of Ohio University's political science program and gained practical political experience working in the Ohio House of Representative and the U.S. Senate. Before coming to the USSA, Heusinkveld was a Senior Legislative Aide to an Ohio House member. He currently resides in Westerville, Ohio.

Jeremy Rine has been hired as Associate Director of State Services. He will be helping to develop strategies, analyze legislation, and coordinate campaigns for sportsmen-related legislative issues nationwide.