As vice president, resource management, Jason Corzine helps manage and guide strategies around NPF’s work in the area of protecting and preserving resources at America’s more than 400 national parks. Corzine and his team work with the National Park Service to foster a culture of excellence in the preservation, restoration and growth of sites to protect the natural, cultural, and historical resources across the National Park System, and increase their resiliency over time. Jason enjoys advocating for the benefits of the national parks, “America’s Best Idea”, by helping all outdoor enthusiast gain access to some of the country’s most spectacular cultural sites and iconic landscapes.
With over 20 years of experience in public lands advocacy, Corzine is passionate about the role public lands and waters play in helping shape individual users and the communities that surround these lands. Corzine brings to his work extensive knowledge in negotiating complex conservation projects and has been involved in several large-scale land protection efforts across the American landscape. He also is an able communicator, a skill honed from years of working with a wide array of landowners, local, state, and federal officials and conservation donors.
Born in Arkansas and educated in Texas, Corzine and his wife Jennifer have raised three kids near the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. When not in a national park (175 and counting), Corzine can usually be found at the nearest Major League Ballpark.