Jason serves as strategic innovations lead. In this role, he helps schools find and implement innovative classroom programs that can transform student learning and engagement. He also works with schools to find products that will increase cost savings within their facilities and create more efficient operations.
Jason is a 20-year educator. He started his career as a classroom teacher and coach in Moyers Public Schools where he taught AP government and American history. He spent 6 years as a successful teacher and coach in Marietta before moving into administration at Healdton Public Schools. There he served in many areas including middle school and elementary principal and as district athletic director.
After 6 years as a principal, Jason spent the next 7 years as a school superintendent. He served the K-8 district of Greenville before moving onto Purcell to lead that district. During his time at those schools he oversaw 1-to-1 technology initiatives, bond projects and implementation of blended and personalized learning practices.
He is a graduate of Madill Public Schools. He received his Bachelor degree in social studies education from Southeastern Oklahoma State University. In 2005, he received his Master of Education Administration of East Central University. He has been active in several organizations including the Oklahoma Technology Association and AASA Personalized Learning Cohort and is currently the president of Heart of Oklahoma Chamber of Commerce.