Jay Geneske joined the Rockefeller Foundation in December 2012. Jay directs the Foundation's digital media strategy and pioneers new ways to hear and share innovative ideas and perspectives on serving the needs of poor or vulnerable people in a time of rapid change.
Jay previously served as the Director of Online Communications for Echoing Green, a global nonprofit that provides seed capital and support to early-stage social entrepreneurs. At Echoing Green, Jay was responsible for developing and implementing the organization’s digital media and online fundraising strategy, and creating cross-platform marketing campaigns. He has also served in digital media and brand strategy roles in the cultural sector, including Carnegie Hall, Shedd Aquarium, and Steppenwolf Theatre. His work has been featured in the New York Times, AdAge, and Crain's.
Latest Posts by Jay Geneske
- This Earth Day, take a look at some of the thought-provoking responses we've received on how to make your cities green and sustainable.
- The four important stories about resilience you might have missed.
- "Walkability" may be intrinsic to urban disaster recovery and resilience.
- Located in Seattle, the Bullitt Center uses no more water than it can harvest from natural rainfall, and no more electricity than it can generate by harvesting solar and wind power.
- President Obama's Executive Order directs Federal agencies to take important steps towards climate resiliency.
- Cities recognized for their innovations in green energy, mass transit, carbon trading, and more.
- The Rockefeller Foundation makes its $100 million commitment to resilient cities at the 2013 Clinton Global Initiative.
- In a Guardian op-ed, Rockefeller Foundation President Judith Rodin explores the business case for resilience.
- Young innovators are thinking and building creatively to strengthen urban resilience.
- Widening the global conversation about urban resilience.
- Rockefeller President Judith Rodin speaks about resilience on "Morning Joe."
- Global leaders share their lessons of what resilience means and what it requires of us.