Jason has worked for Policy Development Group since 1998 and represents clients at all levels of government – local, state, and federal. Prior to joining PDG, Jason served as legislative director for Congressman Jim Kolbe. During his nearly eight year tenure on Capitol Hill in Congressman Kolbe’s office, Jason rose through the ranks to ultimately staff the Appropriations Subcommittee on Treasury and Postal Service which Kolbe chaired. During his time on Capitol Hill, Jason was responsible for advising Congressman Kolbe on a range of issues including defense, education, currency reform, law enforcement, judicial matters, and immigration. A Tucson native, Jason graduated from Baylor University and holds a diploma for the completion of the US Naval War College’s College of Naval Command and Staff program. In 2010, Governor Janice K. Brewer appointed Jason to the Commission on Appellate Court Appointments Nominating Committee where he served until 2015. Additionally, Governor Brewer appointed Jason to serve on the Governor’s Regulatory Review Council in 2012 where he continues to serve.
He has served as an Honorary Commander for Luke Air Force Base and remains a member of Fighter Country Partnership serving as the Vice-Commander of the Blue Blazer Squadron and the Vice-Chairman of the Honorary Commander Committee. In addition, Jason has served for many years as a teacher, committee member and deacon at North Phoenix Baptist Church.
Jason resides in Phoenix with his wife, son, and three stepsons.