Jim WickettJim has been actively involved in protecting and enhancing the environment in San Mateo County for most of his life, starting at age 19 when he incorporated the first outdoor education program in the County and worked to develop a broad ranging curriculum for adolescents from the County’s public schools, hospitals, and its juvenile hall. While attending law school, Jim worked as a staff assistant to Congressman Pete McCloskey, with whom he focused on coastal issues.  More recently, he has served on the Board of Audubon California and as an alternate member on the California Coastal Commission.

Professionally, Jim has worked over the past decades in Silicon Valley based start-up and large-cap media technology companies, leading their business development and/or corporate development teams. Jim has been a long-term supporter of Big Life Foundation and is excited to be an advisory board member.