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You promised to make the world a better place.
We can help.

We’ve helped some of the world’s biggest companies and most innovative nonprofits, incubators,

and universities develop solutions, engage customers and employees, and drive impact.


We’re tracking the evolving social impact goals of Fortune 500 companies, and have advised many of them

on climate, water, forestry, conservation, and voluntary mitigation. We often work quickly and confidentially to craft

and hone corporate social responsibility targets, design employee engagement and customer-facing marketing

campaigns, and share stories that inspire action, collaboration, and goodwill. 


Through our relationships, we focus on measurable, positive, and lasting impact for the planet and its people.

Meet Jena


Jena Thompson
CEO and Founder
Ocelot Company

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Jena is a leadership and career coach, storyteller, and environmental leader committed to making the world a better place for wildlife and people. After nearly 20 years on the road pioneering sustainability campaigns for conservation organizations and global companies, she’s now working to create a more sustainable version of herself.

As a consultant and a coach, Jena believes that access to capital and expertise are privileges that must be equalized if we’re to turn our climate and food security crises around in time to make a difference.

Jena has deep relationships within the natural climate solutions space, including for profit and nonprofit project developers, carbon and water offset retailers, verifiers, and standard-making bodies. She co-founded Go Zero®—one of the first voluntary carbon offset programs in the U.S.—to help address habitat loss and climate change by engaging innovative companies and millions of individuals who helped revitalize marginal farmland and plant more than 10 million trees with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.


Jena grew up on National Wildlife Refuges, and lived for several years on Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge in South Texas, between the Mexican border and the Gulf of Mexico. The refuge was a giant backyard of cactus, alligator, javalina, flocks of roseate spoonbill–and home to the endangered ocelot (after which her company is named).


This small cat has inspired millions of people to donate to plant trees to help bring back a species on the brink of extinction. It’s rare. It’s beautiful. It’s wild. And it brings people together to make the world a better place. And that's what Jena's company does now.


Reach out today to find out how we can do even more, together.


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