Master of Public Administration, University of Washington
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Spanish, Willamette University
Jordan Wildish focuses on analyzing the ecological impacts of infrastructure and the environmental value of agricultural land. Prior to working at Earth Economics, he led a municipal energy efficiency cost-benefit analysis project as a Climate Corps Fellow with the Environmental Defense Fund. He has also worked with the Nature Conservancy to analyze the value of agricultural lands and services in the Puget Sound. He has conducted policy and data analyses for the Center for Reinventing Public Education, the Washington Alliance for Gun Responsibility, and the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce. He is passionate about applying in-depth economic analyses to solve complex challenges.