In his previous work, Jacob was the largest contributing author of Colorado’s Water Plan and managed the content logistics for the plan. In addition, he managed the 400 person stakeholder process across nine regional groups and one statewide group. As part of that work, he facilitated several key negotiations related to the plan, including agreement around municipal conservation, transmountain diversions, and environmental resiliency. Prior to that, Jacob was the executive director for the Colorado Watershed Network and was the water and land conservation director for the Roaring Fork Conservancy. Previously, Jacob was a statistics and scientific methods consultant helping Ph.D. students design their dissertations and for large companies like General Electric.
Mr. Bornstein holds his M.S. in organismic and evolutionary biology and his B.A. in philosophy and history of science, with a minor in physics. He is also a certified Six Sigma Black Belt. None of this helps in his life-long quest to find the best Thai food wherever he goes.