Jay Sherman, Lead Specialist, Freshwater Program; World Wildlife Fund
Jay Sherman serves as the Lead Specialist in the Freshwater Program at the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). He has worked as the Water Stewardship Work Stream Manager for WWF during the first phase of the Coca-Cola/WWF Partnership. He has been engaged in the implementation of the partnership around the world. In collaboration with his counterparts at Coca-Cola, he has helped designed toolkits for water stewardship and water efficiency. He also works on the development of water stewardship approaches within the WWF partnership with P&G. He previously worked as the Director of Outreach and Training at the Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF).
Jay taught for a number of years at the Washington Public Affairs Center of the University of Southern California. He received his BS from Drexel University and his MLA from Iowa State University. Jay has traveled to more than 50 countries and to 49 states on trips for both pleasure and work.
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