Gabriel Jones is a senior analyst on Arabella’s Consulting team. Working out of the Chicago office, he supports Arabella’s portfolio of conservation and climate related projects, which help protect critical environmental resources and address climate change. Gabriel supports advocacy, impact investing, and grant-making projects across the firm’s conservation and climate work. He also conducts research and analysis on a range of strategy, evaluation, and implementation projects for family and institutional foundations.
Gabriel has experience across the fields of environmental justice; food systems; and diversity, equity, and inclusion. Prior to joining Arabella, he worked as the membership and equitable initiatives coordinator for the Environmental Grantmakers Association (EGA). In this role, he spearheaded efforts to develop an alumni network for the Environmental Fellows Program and supported EGA’s communications and membership services. Before joining EGA, Gabriel worked as a research assistant to develop an online food policy database for the Food Access in Michigan project at the University of Michigan.
Gabriel received a BA in anthropology from California State University, Dominguez Hills and a dual MS/MUP in natural resources and environment and urban planning from the University of Michigan. He was also honored with the Bunyan Bryant Environmental Justice Award during his time in graduate school.