PAJE takes a collaborative approach to consulting — from the local to the global. Our projects move the needle towards a future where both people and our planet are healthy and thriving. We work at the nexus of connected issues including biodiversity, climate, health, equity, and education.

Common attributes of our projects include:

  • Collaborative approach and dynamic engagement
  • Inclusiveness and transparency
  • A strong ethical and philosophical core
  • Commitment to placing the health of ecosystems at the heart of decision making
  • Commitment to equity, justice, health, and wellbeing
  • Focus on systems change

We engage with governments, nonprofits, NGOs and communities at the local to global levels to:

  • Design and implement: Policies, capacity development, campaigns, strategies, programs, and projects that are innovative, ambitious, timely, and equitable
  • Engage for transitions: Planning and stakeholder mapping, outreach and inclusion
  • Create lasting connections: Build and guide networks, coalitions, and “super coalitions” using a systems leadership approach
  • Facilitate: Participatory workshops, discussions, evaluation and reflexive processes
  • Empower: Pathways for local leadership and communities to be included and drive big solutions
  • Educate: Develop educational and training programs
  • Connect biodiversity, justice, and climate: Workshop solutions that embody values of social justice while protecting and restoring nature and addressing climate change
  • Evaluate and improve: Programs, approaches, and proposed solutions

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PAJE founder Rosalind Helfand has collaborated with hundreds of organizations at the local, state, national, and global levels. She builds teams, partnerships, and coalitions to implement projects and programs, policies, education and awareness growing efforts, and campaigns. She frequently acts as a facilitator and advisor.

A few organizations with which she’s collaborated recently include:

  • California Environmental Voters
  • California Natural Resources Agency
  • California Native Plant Society
  • UN Women
  • Global Green Recovery Collaborative Partners
  • City of Pasadena
  • City of West Hollywood
  • Impact Media Partners
  • Light Bringer Project
  • National Council of Jewish Women, Los Angeles
  • Tech + Narrative Lab at Pardee RAND Graduate School
  • The Women’s Center for Creative Work
  • University of Cambridge Conservation Leadership Alumni Network

Rosalind’s also an expert advisor to global environmental assessment report processes for United Nations organizations such as the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES). She was a delegate to recent UN Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) meetings, and to the 8th IPBES Plenary.

In Development

Launching the Global Green Recovery Collaborative (GGRC)


Engaging California and Stakeholders in the UN Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)


Reimagining Our Future: New Narratives by Los Angeles County High School Students