Jason is a blogger, thought leader, and activist. He has committed his life to build and rebuild lives through mentorship, relationship, and fellowship. He is very interested in what makes people great. Over the last four years, he noticed that many of his friends weren’t achieving their dreams. They desired to reach higher levels, but failed because they didn’t know how. Many of them had college degrees, but were stuck in low-income positions or toxic situations. They didn’t have any mentorship. Nobody in their family made it.
So he took responsibility to find out what made Black Americans successful. He interviewed over 100 accomplished Black professionals to build a resource guide for his friends.
Over the last few years, Jason has help lead programs at healthcare and educational programs & facilities. He’s built start-up companies in Washington D.C., Baltimore, MD, and New York, NY.
Jason is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. and The National Urban League, Washington D.C. Young Professionals Chapter. He is a founding board member of Black Millennials for Flint, an environmental justice and civil rights organization serving communities throughout the nation. He also mentors high school students in Maryland and middle school students in D.C.