For the last six years Jim has been a volunteer with the Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy. Over that time, Jim has led the Programs and Field Trip committee in developing and hosting hundreds of educational programs, events and field trips throughout the county. Jim’s love for wildlife conservation goes back to his childhood days where he spent countless hours exploring nature. As a resident of Loudoun County for almost 25 years, Jim wanted to give back to the county to help educate residents and preserve the natural environment as the County faces unprecedented growth. Jim currently lives in Upperville, Va. and works as a Project Manager for FICO. In addition to his interest in nature, Jim enjoys hiking, skiing, photography and music.