Jordan Wildish supports the US Chapter community of practice, soliciting leadership pledges for the chapter and working within a four-person team that leads the chapter’s operations. Prior to joining American Forests, Wildish was a project director for Earth Economics, where he worked with public and private sector organizations to identify funding mechanisms for ecosystem conservation and restoration. He has led partnerships with federal agencies, private corporations and municipalities to make the case for investing in nature-based climate solutions.Wildish is a recipient of the Natural Resource Defense Council’s E2/1Hotels fellowship and a former Environmental Defense Fund Climate Corps fellow. He holds a master’s degree in public administration from the University of Washington.