About JUSTconnect

Based in Irvine, CA, owner john irvine has worked with many organizations like yours. He brings to this task a wide range of experience in marketing / communication for technical, environmental and mission-driven organizations. Built on 15 years’ experience in the social-good and sustainability sectors, JUSTconnect is in its fifth year of operation.

JUSTconnect can help you if:

  • Your organization is growing or planning to grow.
  • You have key objectives that need attention.
  • You’d consider “by-the-glass” assistance in targeted areas.

Why hire JUSTconnect?

We work as an extension of your team–with the passion, dedication and loyalty you expect from your own staff.

Your work gets priority, accountability and detail-oriented follow up. You benefit from our experience, our enthusiasm, our ENERGY! We’re a cost-effective alternative to the salaries, benefits and other expenses of hiring additional staff.

Experience includes:

Affordable housing, in-fill development, Net Zero Water / Net Zero Energy projects and programs as well as master-planned communities and campuses.

John Irvine


As principal of JUSTconnect, john irvine combines marketing and communication expertise with a deep commitment to sustainability and social justice. As a result his consulting primarily focuses on mission-driven organizations. Because he consults at the nexus of sustainability and communication, clients take advantage of his environmental orientation alongside marketing skills honed in both international and domestic business. One day he’s training architects in China in the fundamentals of sustainable design and the next he’s promoting solutions to the affordable housing crisis in California.

Having worked with engineering and technical firms since the mid-80s, john is at home with energy behavior research or providing green building persuasion via the media. He spent a decade marketing green building services at CTG Energetics—a nationally known sustainability consulting firm. An active member of the National Organization of Minority Architects, he works every year on NOMA’s Project Pipeline Architecture and Engineering Summer Camp for students from untapped neighborhoods.