Selkirk College, Attn: Jayme Jones
301 Frank Beinder Way, Castlegar BC, V1N 4L3, Canada
Jayme is a natural facilitator, project manager, and communicator. She loves being in roles bringing people together to address complex issues. Her key interests are water governance and climate change, recognizing the importance of balancing the environment with economic, social, and cultural considerations.
Jayme's educational background includes a Diploma in Integrated Environmental Planning from Selkirk College, a Bachelor of Science Degree in Environmental Management and a Master of Art's Degree in Environment and Management. Her master's thesis examined community action on climate change and the role of Columbia Basin Trust.
Jayme has previously worked in government, industry, and non-profit sectors. She is a committed volunteer with a long history of participation on many Advisory Committees, Executives, and Boards. Some examples include the Columbia Basin Trust's Environmental Advisory Committee and the Province of BC's Columbia Basin Regional Advisory Committee (CBRAC). The purpose of her role on CBRAC is to advise on issues related to the Columbia River Treaty.
When Jayme is not busy with work or volunteering, you will find her skiing, crafting, singing, or exploring with her husband and two young kids.