Jaimie P. Cloud
Founder & President, The Cloud Institute for Sustainability Education


Jaimie P. Cloud is the founder and president of the Cloud Institute for Sustainability Education in New York City. The Cloud Institute is dedicated to the vital role of education in creating awareness, fostering commitment, and guiding actions toward a healthy, secure and sustainable future for ourselves and for future generations.

As a pioneer in the field of Education for Sustainability (EfS) Jaimie is an international keynote speaker, thought leader and educational consultant. Jaimie writes and publishes extensively and is a leadership advisor and curriculum development coach to administrators, teachers and curriculum specialists in schools and school districts, governments and civic organizations, and corporations around the country and in other parts of the world. Through The Cloud Institute Jaimie has developed exemplary curriculum units and full courses of study, and produced the Cloud Institute’s EfS Framework and EfS Standards and Performance Indicators that organizations and institutions are using to design and innovate their own curricula to educate for sustainability. She is the curator, editor and a contributing author of, Educating for a Sustainable Future: Benchmarks for Individual and Social Learning, released by The Journal of Sustainability Education.

Jaimie is an advisory board member for several impactful organizations including:  Green Schools National Conference at the U.S. Green Building Council, Sustainable Jersey for Schools, Student Learning and Standards Certification Committees, and The Findhorn Foundation College. She was a founder and principle partner with Peter Senge of the Society for Organizational Learning’s (SOL) Education Partnership.

Jaimie is a mentor to doctoral students studying Sustainability Education at Prescott College and is on the faculty of the MFA Design for Social Innovation program at the School of Visual Arts. Jaimie also owns Miracle Springs Farm in Gallatin, NY (Hudson Valley) where her team is making goat cheese and cultivating regenerative farming practices.