Jamie is a Poultney resident and works as a Program Officer at Johnson Family Foundation, helping to guide grant-making in Vermont and New York City. He enjoys seeing small, community-led efforts thrive and brings a variety of experiences in community engagement and event organizing having served as the Poultney Historical Society’s Annual Fundraising Event Coordinator and on the Poultney Earth Fair Planning Committee. In the spring of 2019, Jamie co-founded REclaimED, Inc. He currently serves on the board of REclaimED, Inc. and the Poultney Historical Society, and is a member of the Vermont Food Funders Network, which aims to share knowledge of programs and issues in the food sector to create a more strategic philanthropic approach to dealing with Vermont’s food systems. Jamie graduated from Green Mountain College with a B.A. in Sociology/Anthropology and minors in History and Asian Studies. He lives in Poultney, Vermont with his wife Erica, baby Maya, and two dogs – Ferdinand and Emmitt.