Jodi Rose
Executive Director

Jodi graduated from the University of Illinois with a degree in Biochemistry and worked in the environmental consulting field for 15 years managing soil and groundwater remediation projects and later running her own consulting firm. As a volunteer in her Catholic parish in Indiana, she spearheaded several environmental and social justice programs that engaged fellow parishioners to live out their faith in action. It was during this time that Jodi discovered her passion of working at the intersection of faith and environment. Shortly after relocating to Rockville, she became the ED of IPC and grew the organization's impact on watershed restoration. She serves on the board of Defensores de la Cuenca and on the advisory board of the Greater Baltimore Wilderness Coalition. She is a past member of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee for the Chesapeake Bay Trust. She is married and has 2 sons who are starting to spread their adult wings. She enjoys spending free time exploring Maryland’s state parks, tending to her rain garden at home, and cooking.