Jim got his start as an activist and organizer in 1990 and has worked on a range of social justice and environmental issues with organizations including Rainforest Action Network, Greenpeace, The Ruckus Society, SEIU, and Alliance for Democracy. He joined Stand in May 2012 to challenge the logging industry’s greenwash of forest destruction. Jim grew up in New Jersey but spent his summers in the woods and streams of Pennsylvania, developing a deep connection with the natural world.
He lives in Bellingham, Washington, with his amazing partner/wife and two amazing children.
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