Jaimie P. Cloud - Founder & President
Jaimie is a thought leader in the field of Education for Sustainability. She has authored The Cloud Institute’s EfS Framework, and several peer-reviewed journal chapters and articles on Sustainability and the significance of Education for Sustainability.
Jaimie works extensively with educators, administrators, and school boards across the nation. She designs and facilitates professional development programs and directs the collaborative development of numerous instructional units and courses for K-12 and Higher Education designed to teach and learn across disciplines through the lens of sustainability.
In addition to her commitment to furthering the mission of The Cloud Institute, Jaimie serves as an advisor, board member or committee member to several organizations with related goals and interests.
To learn more about Education for Sustainability, read more of Jaimie P. Cloud’s publications.
Angela Carr - Executive Assistant
Angela serves as Executive Assistant, providing administrative support to senior staff, ensuring smooth office operations and working to further The Cloud Institute's mission. She holds a Bachelor's degree from the University of Kansas, and has more than a decade of experience as a professional administrator. Angela previously managed a small business, and has worked with several non-profits that provide support and resources for women and children.
Elliot Jackson - Director of Finance
Based in Pennsylvania, Elliot heads our Finance team and is our hands-on champion of all matters impacting performance and efficiency. He influences and supports the board of directors and staff on financial and accounting matters, enabling them to leverage their core skills more effectively and profitably.
Charlene Turner, SPHR - Managing Director
Charlene's role at The Cloud Institute is to provide strategic direction in the areas of administration, human resources, and development, as well as coordinate programs and client services. She specializes in improving business efficiency by leveraging technology and best-practice project management processes.
Charlene earned the designation Senior Professional Human Resources (SPHR) in 2010, and is a long-time member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. Passionate about volunteerism and youth leadership, she has served as a volunteer with the Boys and Girls Club of America in Utica, NY, and as an advisory board member for Project Re-Generation (PR-G) in Bedford Stuyvesant Brooklyn.