Justin Doyle is the James River Association’s community conservation manager. He pursued a career in conservation to protect precious natural resources like the James River and has been a James River Association staff member since 2013. He promotes conservation and responsible stewardship of our natural resources and helps communities realize the benefits of a healthy James River. He received a bachelor’s degree in geography from the University of Mary Washington, a master’s degree in urban and regional planning from Virginia Commonwealth University and is a graduate of the Virginia Natural Resources Leadership Institute. He resides with his family in Richmond, Virginia.