Jodie Nelson, an artist advisor, curator, and consultant, lives by the mantra: 'the power of art is transformative.' Jodie launched her career in art advocacy with a focus on ecofeminism 25 years ago. In 1999, she curated shows to raise awareness for river conservation with National Geographic photographers and explorers. She also helped curate notable art events, including “Heaven and Earth,” "Speak for the Trees," "What Does Compassion Look Like?," "A Precarious Edge," "BAIT: Beyond An Inconvenient Truth," and "Climate Pledge: In Glass." As the owner and director of Press Reign, a boutique arts admin agency, she has crafted projects featured in Art in America, PBS, The New York Times, Seattle Times, Forbes, Hyperallergic, and Culture Trip. Stay tuned for her upcoming podcast, "Female Frequency," which delves into the world of ecofeminism and the reclamation of spirituality, art, and ecology in the global ecomony.