Facilitator | Consultant
Jason is a strategist, organizer, facilitator and storyteller committed to showing up as a learner while creating opportunities for people of all ages to connect authentically across differences. Jason focuses his work on helping others develop an individual and collective sense of efficacy in creating more equitable environments through self-reflection, on-going learning, and action.
When do you feel connected to something greater than yourself?
"When I’m part of a group trying to solve a problem, I get lost in the wisdom of the group and feel like no problem is too big. Nothing is better than hearing someone say, “Yes. That’s it!"
“Jason is not only an amazing human, he is the best facilitator I have ever worked with or learned from! He has a gift of appropriately adding a touch of humor during the heavy conversations around social justice issues without ever diminishing or negating the content. He is masterful on all social justice topics especially as a white person understanding and doing anti-racism work. He has a wonderful work ethic, a big heart that helps others develop their empathy, a great love of people and a keen eye for detail. I hire Jason as often as I can and have used him to teach my staff, Board and contracted facilitators.”
Cynthia L. Martin
President & CEO
National Conference for Community & Justice
Facilitation: creates sessions that center the needs of participants as they embrace the messiness that comes with deep reflection and community learning.
Organizational Visioning: designs interactive engagements that guide interdisciplinary teams in the development and/or re-imagining of their organization’s mission, vision, and values statements.
DEI Strategy Development: coaches and supports organizations and leadership teams in creating short-, medium- and long-term strategies that produce work environments where everyone can show up authentically and feel valued.
White Affinity Work: pushes white people to examine their relationship to power, privilege, and white supremacy so that our antiracism work in interracial settings will be more informed, consistent, and effective without putting the burden of our education on Black, Indigenous and People of Color.
Education Equity: leads the development of whole school approaches to education equity by bringing together students, educators, administrators, and family members to assess, diagnose, design and execute an equity plan that meets the specific needs of their learning community.