Allison Jolley

Watershed Research & Training Center

Allison manages the Watershed Center and Training Center’s Regional Forest and Fire Capacity Program, which builds capacity for landscape-scale forest stewardship, particularly as it relates to restoring fire processes, within California. Allison’s background is in the intersection of natural resources, community organizing and facilitation. Before managing RFFC, Allison worked as the Communications Manager and a liaison for the Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network, also as a WRTC employee. Prior to joining the WRTC team, she worked for the Sierra Institute for Community and Environment, focusing on facilitation, collaborative forestry and applied social sciences. Allison earned her Master of Environmental Management from the Nicholas School at Duke University; she also has a Bachelor of Arts in Ecology from The University of the South (Sewanee).