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What We Do

Jackalope Conservation Services, LLC works to empower small Montana businesses and non-profits by unlocking insights contained within their data.

Who We Are

Jordan Webber is our founder and CJC (Chief Jackalope Conservationist). Jordan stumbled into data analysis while pursuing his Master of Science degree in psychology, where he fell in love with research design and statistics. This love would lead him to a variety of opportunities, including coding data for an EEG lab at Colorado State University, serving as principal investigator and grant reporter on a $2.5 million dollar SAMHSA grant, and five years providing advanced analytics for various clinical programs at Billings Clinic. During this time, Jordan has had the opportunity to develop and refine his skills in statistical analysis, business intelligence analysis, as well as learn the ins and outs of Microsoft’s Power Platform, especially Power BI.

In 2022, Jordan decided it was time for a new challenge. Realizing that there were small businesses and non-profits that could benefit from advanced analytics, Jordan developed Jackalope Conservation Services to help these organizations leverage their data without the overhead of hiring their own analysts.

When not crunching numbers, Jordan can often be found out on a run, taking photos, or hiding in the Bighorn Mountains with his lovely wife, Jen.

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Douglas Herrick of Douglas, WY, is the first person documented to have captured the American Jackalope. After selling this specimen to a small business, word quickly spread amongst the jackalope population that living in a small business was a heck of a lot easier than trying to survive the plains, and soon jackalopes could be found in nearly every mom-and-pop shop, tourist stop, and rest station across the American west.

At Jackalope Conservation Services, we are dedicated to the conservation of the jackalopes' adopted home. Give us a call and we will gladly provide a free consultation.

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