Jeremiah Leibowitz joined the Texas A&M Institute of Renewable Natural Resources in March 2015 as the program director for the Program of Private Lands Stewardship (PPLS) in San Antonio. He oversees the development of all facets of PPLS to include managing the program’s contribution to the Center for Private Land Stewardship, which was established between the institute, the Noble Foundation and East Foundation. He works with stakeholder groups to advance the discipline, resources and dialogue of the many public benefits derived from private lands stewardship.
Prior to joining the institute, Leibowitz was the strategic initiatives manager for the Texas Agricultural Land Trust and ran his own solo law practice. Leibowitz earned a bachelor of science in agricultural development from Texas A&M University and a juris doctor degree from St. Mary’s University School of Law.