Jacquelyn Wallace

Jacquelyn Wallace is currently Conservation Director for the Okanogan Land Trust in north central Washington, where she directs the land trust’s conservation and stewardship programs. She has over 12 years of experience designing and directing innovative conservation programs, ranging from an award-winning urban conservation initiative in North Carolina to a community-based conservation project in Indonesian Borneo. An entrepreneur at heart, she is currently exploring ways to harness private investment to accelerate land and water conservation. Jacquelyn lives in the beautiful Methow Valley of Washington and enjoys biking, skiing, surfing, and traveling with her husband Jimmy.

State/Country: 
Class: 
Articles by Jacquelyn Wallace >