Who We Are
Alison M. Jones is a conservation photographer who has documented ecosystems and resource management for over 25 years in Africa and the Americas.
After copiloting with her camera over thousands of miles of Africa’srivers and lake shores and trekking past Mt Kilimanjaro’s melting glaciers, Alison began her focus on the availability and quality of freshwater resources.
Lydia has a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies and Public Health from the University of South Florida. Her professional journey began at the University of South Florida Library's Special Collections as a student researcher and assistant archivist. Along with her work for NWNL, she is a legal assistant with hopes of law school in the future.
Lydia's goals range from spreading environmental awareness to supporting and advocating for positive environmental change. She is humbled to begin work with NWNL to support its mission of sharing the value of our freshwater resources.