It was during high school that Jason also got his first taste of politics. As a member of Senator Orrin Hatch’s Youth Advisory Council, Jason helped Senator Hatch to understand the issues of the day from the perspective of a teenager. He enrolled at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C, where, in 2001, he earned a B.A. in Politics with a concentration in International Relations and a minor in History. While at CUA, he continued to pursue public service by participating in a reading tutoring program in the D.C. public school system. Jason also interned for Congressman Tim Roemer of Indiana and Michigan Governor John Engler’s Communications Office. He witnessed the agonizing decision that Congressman Roemer was forced to make during the impeachment of President Clinton. In the end, the Congressman chose morality and standing for his principles over party loyalty. It was a lesson that Jason would remember always.
While at Catholic, Jason met the love of his life, Tiffany Chambers, and shortly after graduation, they married and moved to Silver Spring and later to Laurel. Together they are raising two children in the Maryland suburbs. The birth of his sons will always rank as his proudest moments. Today, his oldest son, Alex, is six and will be entering First Grade in Prince George’s Public Schools this fall. He attends Berwyn Heights Elementary School where Tiffany works as a National Board Certified general music and chorus teacher.
Jason has spent a career spanning more than a decade working with a variety of organization across numerous fields, including higher education administration and risk management, to bring a unique set of problem-solving skills that has saved clients that he has worked with hundreds of millions of dollars. As a process and project management specialist, Jason has created efficiencies in university registrar processes and created risk management solutions to have saved Fortune 500 companies an estimated $250 million.
Jason has been active in Republican politics since 2006. He is currently the Vice President of the Prince George’s County Young Republicans and the Executive Vice Chairman of the Republican Central Committee for Prince George’s County.