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Jacquelyn Wallace

Conservation & Community Impact Lead, Impact Management, NatureVest

Winthrop, Washington

Conservation & Community Impact Lead

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Areas of Expertise

Land conservation, water transactions, community development

Media Contact

Andrew Tingley
ph. +1 917-270-1313


Jacquelyn Wallace is the Conservation & Community Impact Lead for NatureVest’s Impact Management team. Jacquelyn works to weave meaningful conservation and community outcomes into investment decision-making—and to deliver healthier ecosystems to support humanity in the era of climate change.

Jacquelyn is part of the NatureVest Impact Management team. The team is working towards the following key objectives:

  • Establishing minimum standards for investments to avoid negative environmental impacts
  • Identifying opportunities for investments to deliver impact alongside returns
  • Advising on best practices for land and water management
  • Measuring climate and biodiversity outcomes
  • Before joining TNC, Jacquelyn spent 15 years protecting farms, forests, and water resources in ways that bolstered community development in the Pacific Northwest, the U.S. South, and Indonesia. 

    Jacquelyn is an avid trail runner and Nordic skier and tends a fruit and vegetable garden with her family.

    Education and Designations:

  • BS in Biology, University of the South – Sewanee
  • MNR in Natural Resource Policy & Administration, North Carolina State University
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