About Aimee Weldon
Aimee joined the Atlantic Coast Joint Venture in January, 2016 and is based in Hadley, Massachusetts at the USFWS Northeast Regional Office. In her role as Coordinator, Aimee is responsible for guiding the strategic vision of the Joint Venture, including working with the Management Board and Technical Committees to coordinate the many efforts of the partnership to move the needle on priority species conservation. Prior to joining the ACJV, she directed the land protection and habitat restoration activities at Potomac Conservancy, a regional land trust and watershed organization dedicated to conserving and improving water quality in the Potomac River Basin. Aimee has also held wildlife leadership positions at Defenders of Wildlife in Washington D.C., where she managed a national program to engage land trusts in biodiversity conservation, and the National Audubon Society, where she coordinated the Virginia Important Bird Areas program. Aimee received her Masters degree in Ecology at North Carolina State University and her Bachelors degree in Biology from the College of St. Benedict in Minnesota.