Jason is ISEAL's Communications Coordinator
Since joining ISEAL in early 2012 I have worked to improve the quality and quantity of ISEAL’s online content and external publications. As editor of our email newsletters, I coordinate the delivery of compelling articles and valuable information relating to the work of ISEAL and its members, as well as the broader sustainability standards movement. I also explore opportunities for ISEAL to communicate its work more effectively and to promote the value of sustainability standards to a larger audience. In both external and internal communications, I am responsible for ensuring that ISEAL’s work is conveyed in a clear and accessible way.
In 2011 I spent six months as an intern with ISEAL’s policy team, researching how sustainability standards can take leading role in finding solutions to climate change. Prior to this, I graduated with a Master of Arts in Global Governance from the University of Waterloo (Canada), specialising in environmental politics. During this time I also worked for the Centre for International Governance Innovation on the institute’s African Initiative. I have a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Alberta, where I focused on international development. For many years I worked with organisations supporting people with intellectual disabilities, and this remains an area of personal interest.
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