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Jonathan came to the Piedmont Environmental Council as a GIS intern in 2010 and officially joined the staff as a GIS Analyst in July of 2011. At work he resides in the basement of 45 Horner Street, managing data and making maps of the Piedmont and beyond. His extracurricular interests include playing banjo, exploring the Piedmont, watersheds, and, of course, maps.
Douglas has been raising money from foundations and individuals for progressive nonprofit organizations since 1999. His experience includes being a program officer at the Turner Foundation, director of development and communications with 1000 Friends of Maryland and director of program communications with the Atlanta pedestrian advocacy organization PEDS.
An avid bicyclist, Douglas also served as president of the board of the Washington Area Bicyclist Association and is one of the founders of Fairfax Advocates for Better Bicycling.