Jason is the Director, Philanthropy Systems with the Information Technology Team. He supports the technology needs of Schusterman’s philanthropy work (grant making and signature programs) as well as the associated needs of the Communications team in supporting the organization.
Jason has more than 25 years of experience in technology management, operations, application development and digital strategy across a range of nonprofit, public and private institutions. Prior to joining Schusterman, Jason was the Director of IT for the League of Women Voters, a non-partisan voting rights organization. Jason has led application development and IT operations at multiple organizations and received awards for his work on the Military Medical Tracking System, which analyzes clinical data systems to identify soldiers at risk of suicide, and the NIH IntraMall, which consolidated thousands of NIH vendors into a single web-based purchasing system.
Jason is a graduate of the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA, and received a Master’s degree in Modern European History from the Catholic University of America in Washington, DC. He is a certified scrum master, pragmatic marketing product manager, and iPEC Energy Leadership Coach candidate, and his writing has appeared in multiple publications. For the past three years, Jason has served on the Technology Section Advisory Council for the Center for Association Leadership (ASAE).
Most mornings you can find Jason out on the Anacostia River coaching a competitive sculling team or strolling around Capitol Hill, which has been his home for over 25 years.