Jean is a Grit City native who lived up and down the Puget Sound before settling back home. A passion for economic theory and environmental health brought her to Earth Economics as an intern while studying Environmental Science at UW-Tacoma, and she hasn’t looked back. Jean is the engine that keeps all of our program areas running, from research to events to office operations and business development. She has a knack for keeping projects on track and systems running at peak performance, and her diverse skills and collaborative approach support every aspect of what we do. On a given day, you could find Jean onboarding a new Research Analyst, coordinating a staff event, conducting a literature review, compiling ecosystem service values, writing a report, or maintaining our internal technology systems. When she’s through with all that, you can find her reading, crocheting, at the climbing gym, or spending time in the great outdoors with her son.
"Gem of the Emerald Corridor: Nature's Value in the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest." Earth Economics. Tacoma, WA. May, 2018.
B.S. Environmental Science
University of Washington-Tacoma | Tacoma, WA