Mr. Jason Winner currently serves as Treasurer of SCGIS and is Chair of the SCGIS Finance Committee. He is the GIS Program Coordinator for Land Use Planning & Conservation at Marstel-Day, an environmental consulting firm. Mr. Winner has nearly 20 years of professional experience including GIS leadership for strategic conservation planning, climate change adaptation, farmland conservation, habitat modeling, and geodesign. He specializes in the use of GIS analytics to identify innovative conservation partnerships among diverse stakeholders. Mr. Winner’s analysis and mapping work for coastal resilience in the Hudson River Estuary has been extensively used for community planning efforts and is highlighted as a Conservation Case Study by the Land Trust Alliance. His analytical work on foodshed conservation planning has been implemented into policy in the state of New York with significant allocation of funding for conservation action. He is experienced as an adjunct professor in GIS and remote sensing at multiple Universities and has significant program management experience in which he has created and managed extensive budgets, developed business cases, and ensured adherence to requirements and standards. He holds a BS in Landscape Architecture and a Master of Business Administration with a specialization in Management Information Systems. Mr. Winner is a certified GIS Professional, a professional Landscape Architect, and a LEED Accredited Professional.