Kristin Jackson

Kristin Jackson

Kristin Jackson, Digital Strategist

Kristin analyzes and develops NRCM’s digital strategies. A member of the Communications Department, she collaborates across departments using data to create compelling messages to engage with members and supporters online.  Kristin has extensive experience in advocacy organizing on environmental and public interest issues. She has worked in more than 10 states—including Maine—on both electoral and issue-based campaigns to increase recycling, protect clean water, register young people to vote, and fight back against the Trump Administration’s environmental rollbacks. Kristin is a Maine native, growing up in Falmouth and spending her early years on Peaks Island. She is a graduate of Brown University with a B.A. in Environmental Studies and a focus on energy policy and politics. Residing in Brunswick, Kristin enjoys swimming and paddling in Casco Bay and is a fiber-crafts enthusiast.

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Why I Do This Work

"I believe access to clean air, clean water, and a healthy environment is a fundamental human right. Living in Maine for the majority of my life, I was privileged enough to drink some of the cleanest water in the country, breathe air without worries of asthma or health impacts, and spend time in public lands where I could recreate and escape. I do this work to ensure the same for others and a more just and healthy future for all."