Jo Lum is a white queer organizer, fundraiser, and person with wealth and class privilege deeply passionate about returning wealth to the communities it’s been stolen from and generally funding the revolution! Jo is the founder of Outstanding Returns – a business that coaches, trains, and advises people with wealth to move through feelings of uncertainty and shame into bold redistribution. Previously Jo worked as a Gift Officer at Headwaters Foundation for Justice and Beacon Interfaith Housing Collaborative. Jo holds a Bachelor of Arts from Eugene Lang College: The New School for Liberal Arts and an Associate of Applied Science in American Sign Language interpreting from Saint Paul Community and Technical College. Jo is the founder of the non-profit Friend of Camp Little Notch, an organization that owns and operates a majestic summer camp in the southern Adirondacks. For fun, Jo likes to be outside – in a lake or by a fire, jumping on trampolines, eating ice cream, hanging out with their dog Wrigley, and making parallels from life to the book Little Women. Jo is a New Yorker, living in Vermont, who enthusiastically and unapologetically roots for the Cubs.