Hunter Jones

Eco Communicator

In Hunter’s role as an Eco Communicator, Hunter helps communicate sustainability in a way that is accessible, and promotes the organization’s identity and mission of greening our cities, building our local economies, and pushing for energy democracy in BIPOC communities.While overseeing the design of communications strategies that are core to achieving our shorter-term goals and long-term narrative and culture change goals, Hunter incorporates experience in digital design, photo editing, and graphic design. In June 2020, after the cruel murder of George Floyd, Black Lives Matter protests saw a peak across the nation as half a million people turned out all over the country to push for justice. Hunter worked with local artists and mutual aid groups to organize supply drives, marches, and fundraisers. As the pandemic continues, and working collaboratively has taken place predominantly online, Hunter continues to use web 2.0 and web 3.0 as a means for connecting with activists and promoting equity for low-income communities of color in the green economy. In ECC’s next phase of growth, Hunter is eager to continue her journey of building communities from the bottom up and fighting for climate, environmental, and economic justice.