Jerome Laycock, (he/him) is a Project Manager with the Natural Capital Project at Stanford University. He coordinates the activities for a project funded by several Multilateral Development Banks and the Moore foundation aiming to transform policy and investments through mainstreaming rapid approaches for natural capital assessment and accounting (NCAA). He is passionate about supporting and promoting solutions-oriented research that is co-created with end users, audiences, and communities. Jerome has worked for several years for WWF and TRAFFIC, focusing on protected area management in the Mekong Region and Illegal Wildlife Trade in Africa. He studied History at the Free University of Brussels and International Relations at Durham University. His interests include hiking, learning languages, cooking, and meeting new people.