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, finding alignment as a creative means taking on the role of communicating the collective vision for a society that is in harmony with the natural world. Incorporating experience in digital design, photo editing, and graphic design, Hunter’s narrative work has the intention to strategically strengthen and amplify the efforts of Emerald Cities.


Originally from Maryland, Hunter currently lives on ancestral Tongva lands also known as Los Angeles, CA. Being in these communities has shown Hunter the power of moving as a collective to accelerate the cultural shift that is building a society from love. They are mostly known for their ability to bring diverse perspectives and mediums together leading to creative solutions for improving the connection with humans and Mama Earth. Their creations can be found in both the digital space and within the community, from canvas paintings, digital images, animations, music, activated jewelry, to public murals throughout the DMV area.