Aaron Glick has joined the North Florida Land Trust team as a land protection specialist.
Glick will work closely with the land protection director to initiate, plan and implement conservation projects and land acquisition. He will also be supporting the director in providing outreach to the planning and development community.
Glick comes to NFLT after nine years with the City of Jacksonville, where he served as one of the city’s historic zoning overlay planners and collaborated on various infill projects throughout the urban core. Glick is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati in Ohio, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in urban planning.
A resident of Springfield, Glick is the co-founder of the think tank TransForm Jax. He currently serves on the board of directors of SPAR council and is an organizer of PorchFest. When he is not working, he enjoys biking, exploring regional parks and trails and enjoying the unique environments of Northeast Florida.