At The Glover Park Group, Jason designs and implements complex advocacy, crisis and reputational campaigns for a wide variety of corporate and non-profit clients.
Jason’s work often focuses on integrated campaigns that include public opinion research, advertising, content development and government relations in addition to messaging and earned media strategies.
As a leader in GPG’s quickly growing Energy & Sustainability Practice, Jason has developed expertise in a broad range of topics including policies and politics related to climate change, renewable energy, electricity transmission, electricity market structure, sustainable development and land conservation. Jason has also developed expertise in emerging food, nutrition and agricultural issues.
Jason’s expertise in building and running complex communications campaigns in a competitive environment is rooted in his experience on the front lines of national-level politics. Prior to joining GPG, Jason was Research Director for the Democratic National Committee (DNC), overseeing the national issues and opposition research effort for the party. As a senior member of the Kerry/Edwards war room in 2004, Jason helped create and run on-site response during the Republican and Democratic Conventions and the presidential and vice presidential debates.
During the 2000 Presidential campaign, Jason also served at the DNC, directing opposition research and coordinating the rapid response operation at the 2000 GOP Convention. Prior to his time at the DNC, Jason worked on a number of statewide races around the country.
A native of Connecticut, Jason attended Vassar College and resides in Washington, D.C. with his family.